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12" Desk Fan 220-240V £9.99 / 16" Pedestal Fan 220-240V £14.99 @ Screwfix ( Free C&C)
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12" Desk Fan 220-240V £9.99 / 16" Pedestal Fan 220-240V £14.99 @ Screwfix ( Free C&C)

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Awesome reviews, good stock at time of posting. Free click & collect.

Ideal for the incoming heatwave, Me Thursday...

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  • 3-Speed
  • Airflow Capacity: 2937m³/hr
  • Model No: FT-30EII
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Oscillation: 80°
  • 25° Tilt

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Freestanding pedestal fan with adjustable height, tilt and oscillation. Suitable for domestic and commercial use.

  • 3-Speed
  • Airflow Capacity: 3507m³/hr
  • Model No: TX-1608B
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • 90° Oscillation
  • 25° Tilt

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Every store in the UK in 2 days time..

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Bought the pedestal fan and hooked up one of these to it...

amazon.co.uk/Uni…8-6


"OK Google, switch the fan on" is a game changer when it's too hot to move!
zulfib23/07/2019 01:00

Cheap plastic. Does the job though for the price.


Personally I love really expensive plastic. It’s so much cooler...

Bought a pedestal fan last year and have no issues with it at all.
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I have the desktop one.
Although not silent on its lowest setting, it does not keep me awake if i leave running all night in the bedroom
Got these before when posted on here.. can't complain for the price. Using this week it's in the 30s where I am
Intel or AMD?
Good timing 🔥
Cheap plastic. Does the job though for the price.
It's funny how fan prices shoot up during heatwaves...

Kindest regards
firstofficer23/07/2019 08:08

It's funny how fan prices shoot up during heatwaves...Kindest regards


Supply and Demand dear chap!

Sincerely!
zulfib23/07/2019 01:00

Cheap plastic. Does the job though for the price.


Personally I love really expensive plastic. It’s so much cooler...

Bought a pedestal fan last year and have no issues with it at all.
zulfib23/07/2019 01:00

Cheap plastic. Does the job though for the price.


Plastic is the least of your worries - what you want to know is that the motor wont seize after a hundred hours of running - many of the cheap ones do.

We've had the tall one for a year now - sits at the bottom of the bed running overnight keeping us both cool. Then moved to the home office and runs most of the day when the temperature goes up - so runs probably 16 hours a day for 10 to 20 days a year. No issues so far.
I have the pedestal one, I broke it whilst assembling it
Bought the pedestal fan and hooked up one of these to it...

amazon.co.uk/Uni…8-6


"OK Google, switch the fan on" is a game changer when it's too hot to move!
Can't believe these are still in stock! Bought a few months ago, they are quiet and work very well!
Every store in the UK in 2 days time..

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I bought this fan a few weeks ago, highly recommended, excellent value!
Thanks OP. Lidl tower fan bought last month just died today, so great timing!
They're not cheap, but if anyone is interested the Meacofan 1056 is the best thing I've invested for a while!

It's seriously quiet and on the highest setting it feels like you're in a tornado, which will be perfect for this week It also does a brilliant job of cooling the entire room as the fan can move up and down as well as left and right.

Only problem is it's become so popular that when it's in stock it doesn't last much more than a couple of days before selling out everywhere!
Got the £10 one yesterday to replace (same)one we’d had for about 10 years. Considering that it will be back to winter here in a couple of weeks, it’s enough to pay for a couple of weeks use per year.
Cheers, ordered 2!
Something to bear in mind is that basic fans like this will come on if you have them on a plug in timer, Hive socket etc (assuming you have the appropriate fan speed button already pressed). The more sophisticated fans with various touch buttons for timers, sweeping, sleep modes, etc may not and someone has to be there to touch a button to turn it on even if the timer has switched it on.
I'll stick with my misting fan
duffinjonathan23/07/2019 13:37

They're not cheap, but if anyone is interested the Meacofan 1056 is the …They're not cheap, but if anyone is interested the Meacofan 1056 is the best thing I've invested for a while!It's seriously quiet and on the highest setting it feels like you're in a tornado, which will be perfect for this week It also does a brilliant job of cooling the entire room as the fan can move up and down as well as left and right.Only problem is it's become so popular that when it's in stock it doesn't last much more than a couple of days before selling out everywhere!


Thanks for that...just ordered one from QVC. It was cheaper than Amazon, Curry's, John Lewis and found a £5 voucher
I got mine for £5 as Screwfix sent me a voucher yesterday
lobotomiser23/07/2019 13:13

Thanks OP. Lidl tower fan bought last month just died today, so great …Thanks OP. Lidl tower fan bought last month just died today, so great timing!


Warranty?
Matzi200023/07/2019 18:51

I got mine for £5 as Screwfix sent me a voucher yesterday


Odd, they sent me one to but for £10. Unfortunately the website won’t accept the code! I guess a £5 working code is better than a £10 non-working code.
It will if you buy the standing fan item needs to cost more than voucher x
Matzi200023/07/2019 19:58

It will if you buy the standing fan item needs to cost more than voucher x


Presumably, you’re replying to my comment. I did pop something else in the basket so total was over £10.Voucher says no minimum spend, so not sure why it didn’t work. Thanks for your comment anyway.
MrFizzy23/07/2019 20:10

Presumably, you’re replying to my comment. I did pop something else in the …Presumably, you’re replying to my comment. I did pop something else in the basket so total was over £10.Voucher says no minimum spend, so not sure why it didn’t work. Thanks for your comment anyway.


On the back of my voucher it stated that the item had to worth more than voucher to use online.
Glad of these fans tonight!
Picked one up just before closing, cheers. Had similar fan reserved at argos but it was £16!
SWERVE_7923/07/2019 19:38

Warranty?


Yep, took Lidl one back last night for a refund with no issues. Was surprised it didn't last month, I've got one still working from six years ago!

For £5 more I got a desk and a pedestal one, these ones from Screwfix are definitely more effective and quieter.
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There is a badge for getting 50 likes on a comment...help
MrFizzy23/07/2019 19:49

Odd, they sent me one to but for £10. Unfortunately the website won’t ac …Odd, they sent me one to but for £10. Unfortunately the website won’t accept the code! I guess a £5 working code is better than a £10 non-working code.


It will if you log in it worked for me.
Can you please share the code thank you
Count me out...
Not a huge fan of these..
preep23/07/2019 18:38

Thanks for that...just ordered one from QVC. It was cheaper than Amazon, …Thanks for that...just ordered one from QVC. It was cheaper than Amazon, Curry's, John Lewis and found a £5 voucher


Thanks for the heads up... also ordered this from QVC. Just under £100, nearly half the price of that on Amazon.
Ah how relieved i am at buying an air conditioning unit back in Spring when they were cheap(er)

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Rather buy a cheap fan from China, .

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firstofficer23/07/2019 08:08

It's funny how fan prices shoot up during heatwaves...Kindest regards


Yeah and heaters are more expensive in winter. Go figure!!
Edited by: "Add_to_Basket" 24th Jul
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