Honeywell HO-1100RE Oscillating Tower Fan @ ASDA £10 - HotUKDeals
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Bought this from Asda at £10 brilliant price.

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Manufacturer's Description
The Honeywell HO-1100RE Oscillating Tower Fan with Remote and Timer is an elegant fan with integrated remote and two tone colour light/dark silver. Air flow capacity can be controlled at 3 different settings to reach your desired level, this can be controlled by the easy to use control panel, or from across the room via the remote control. Should you want to change the setting because you are too hot, or too cold, you don't even have to leave the comfort of your chair should the remote be to hand. This stylish silver tower fan oscillates at approx 75 degrees for evenly distributed air directed into various spaces across the room. A Breeze Interval function can be used to intermittently blow air or not if you do not want a constant breeze. A timer can also be programmed to turn off the fan after the programmed period which can be from 30 minutes to 7.5 hours. You really are in control with this Honeywell fan, and with a 3 year warranty it is ideal for the summer months or for air circulation all year round.
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# 1 x Honeywell HO-1100RE Oscillating Tower Fan with Remote and Timer
# 1 x Remote Control
# 1 x Operating Instructions
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#2
Cracking deal if you manage to find one in-store.
#3
hot hot hot
#4
I bought one of these a few years ago. I think I paid around £30 for it, so £10 is a real bargain!
Great fan too, I highly recommend it ;)
#5
nice deal...hot, well cold as its a fan
#6
just got back from my local and found 2. Amazing
#7
Has anyone managed to find one in Leicester- Fosse Park?
#8
Got mine from Walsall actually went in and got 2 more for £8.50 each which is even better
#9
Is this an IR remote? Would be pretty cool to control it with my harmony.
#10
Folks, I find these tower fans somewhat misleading.
For instance we have 3 x bionaire filtration units (each pulling around 120watts) ..ok they have a big old filter to catch pollen etc & therefore limit airflow (but it's primary purpose is clean air)
secondly it;s high pitch noisy on full & hardly shoots a breeze whatsoever...
Then we have various metal bladed fans ranging from 55w up to 130w both scoop & push air very well, but if you reduce the scoop (air blade) what do you actually get? ..not much output, more akin to a home cinema projector fan on high altitude setting, hardly ideal for shifting air or cooling purposes, slim? yes, capable ...not in my experience, wich is why we stick to the big fans even if we wall mount em like some of the bionare range come with (a metal wall bracket)
Then it's off the floor & pulling air down form on high & recirculating at speed giving a cooling effect.
(don't get me started with wall resonance from the fan though)!
Tower fans are weak by their design, large amounts of plastic body limit air being pulled into the back of the unit & out the other side, even if it's got wee fans all the way up the tower it's very limited as to what it can pull not to mention air turbulence produced by multiple blades all competing against each other.
Saying that £10 for a honeywell device IS cheap if you understand it's limitations.

Edited By: MR GUS on Feb 05, 2011 11:39
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MR GUS
Folks, I find these tower fans somewhat misleading.For instance we have 3 x bionaire filtration units (each pulling around 120watts) ..ok they have a big old filter to catch pollen etc & therefore limit airflow (but it's primary purpose is clean air)secondly it;s high pitch noisy on full & hardly shoots a breeze whatsoever...Then we have various metal bladed fans ranging from 55w up to 130w both scoop & push air very well, but if you reduce the scoop (air blade) what do you actually get? ..not much output, more akin to a home cinema projector fan on high altitude setting, hardly ideal for shifting air or cooling purposes, slim? yes, capable ...not in my experience, wich is why we stick to the big fans even if we wall mount em like some of the bionare range come with (a metal wall bracket)Then it's off the floor & pulling air down form on high & recirculating at speed giving a cooling effect.(don't get me started with wall resonance from the fan though)!Tower fans are weak by their design, large amounts of plastic body limit air being pulled into the back of the unit & out the other side, even if it's got wee fans all the way up the tower it's very limited as to what it can pull not to mention air turbulence produced by multiple blades all competing against each other.Saying that £10 for a honeywell device IS cheap if you understand it's limitations.

I can tell you're not a fan.
#12
tafa2004
hot hot hot


Nooooo....Cold Cold Cold. But voted hot!!!
#13
save yourself the petrol and parking

been to both stores in bas... no luck
#14
jamesdew
Is this an IR remote? Would be pretty cool to control it with my harmony.


Yes it is & works with my 525 just fine.

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