Airflow  Tower Fan £19.99 B&M stores
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Airflow Tower Fan £19.99 B&M stores

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Found 13th Jun 2015
This is the cheapest fan going for them hot summer nights and its in stock... These same sort of fans are going for over £30 so grab yourself a bargain

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"them hot summer nights"
Why buy a fan for two nights OP??

Only joking voted Hot

Can I get a refund if only one night though

Does it blow cold air or does it just circulate warm/hot air?

tawse57

Does it blow cold air or does it just circulate warm/hot air?



how is it going to blow cold air?

it just going to recirculate the air in the room, but the air is moving not stationary.

This looks like the lidl one

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/silvercrest-tower-fan-19-99-lidl-25-2209498

Which is excellent and has a 3 year guarantee - I'm still waiting for the heatwave though!

You need whole house air circulation to reduce room temperatures. A single fan might make the room slightly more bearable until you turn it off and will only push the warm air from one side to the other.

If possible, place one fan downstairs close by an open window blowing into the room and place one upstairs pointing towards an open window. That should create airflow and move the cool air from downstairs all the way up and push the warm air from upstairs (remember heat rises, that's why upstairs is generally warmer) out through the open window.

Edited by: "topss" 13th Jun 2015

I just bought this last week and it cost me £29.99
I'll buy another one at £20 for my boys bedroom.
Great fan for price, x

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tawse57

Does it blow cold air or does it just circulate warm/hot air?


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Mine seems to do both. It takes the air circulating in a warm room and the air blowing out feels so much cooler. Don't know how, but seems to do the trick

androidavis

Comment______________Mine seems to do both. It takes the air circulating … Comment______________Mine seems to do both. It takes the air circulating in a warm room and the air blowing out feels so much cooler. Don't know how, but seems to do the trick



Convective heat loss.

The blown air from the fan helps your body sweat evaporate. A wet t-shirt will be just as effective.

Same price at Lidl too.

No good now Summer was yesterday, might be good for next years.

topss

You need whole house air circulation to reduce room temperatures. A … You need whole house air circulation to reduce room temperatures. A single fan might make the room slightly more bearable until you turn it off and will only push the warm air from one side to the other. If possible, place one fan downstairs close by an open window blowing into the room and place one upstairs pointing towards an open window. That should create airflow and move the cool air from downstairs all the way up and push the warm air from upstairs (remember heat rises, that's why upstairs is generally warmer) out through the open window.


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dataload



If common sense advice has begun sounding geeky to you, it might be a good idea to watch something other than big brother and xfactor.

I dont understand how this site work similar item with same price from tesco went cold last week even it had tesco boost?

Prefer a pedestal fan to these....

I like that 2 fan idea of in and out and getting the circulation going but for now ill just be lazy and tight and open the windows, tie about 20 clothes pegs around the window so wasp won't get in.

topss

If common sense advice has begun sounding geeky to you, it might be a … If common sense advice has begun sounding geeky to you, it might be a good idea to watch something other than big brother and xfactor.


I'd rather stick my sausage in a fan than watch either of those

would they blow smells away?☺i'll bet B&M needed a few!!
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Banned

COLD DYSON AIRBLADE IS BETTER

littleredridinghood_

COLD DYSON AIRBLADE IS BETTER



​isn't the airblade a hand dryer ?

Treboeth

​isn't the airblade a hand dryer ?


Invention of the devil!

You need to perform gymnastics or dislocate your wrists to move your hands vertically up and down inside the airblade without touching the sides.

Otherwise you just get everyone else's cack blown onto your hands.

A triumph of marketing over function by Dyson. Why get a £30 fan when you can buy a £250 one which does the same thing (moves air around)?
Edited by: "mikes1" 13th Jun 2015

littleredridinghood_

COLD DYSON AIRBLADE IS BETTER



Even if you mean the fan rather than the hand dryer, they're about 10x the price of this so I'd hope they'd be a bit better ...

How much electricity does this use per hour guys? Is it economical?

Asda has some of these in atm. Think bit more expensive but hey ho if only option

A whole 1p more expensive in Morrisons.

Lol at the fan debate.

It's a fan. It blows air.

Bought this the other week, and returned it. Thought it was a bit weak! Ended up buying one from Sainsburys for £25, and that was much better.

20pounds in tesco online... free click and collect plus 4.8stars reviews.

singhisking68

20pounds in tesco online... free click and collect plus 4.8stars reviews.


http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-tf15-tower-fan-shiny-white/300-7891.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=300-7891&sc_cmp=tp4_aff_1018132
proof :

In case anyone has not noticed the earth does not face the Sun at night time, so the cheapest cooling solution is to just open a few windows and fit a magnetic fly screen if you get insects.

For heating I prefer convector heaters , for cooling get a dehumidifier .
As a cheap alternative for day time cooling this tower fan might be preferable to a fan as you can also use it during the winter for heating.

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topss

You need whole house air circulation to reduce room temperatures. A … You need whole house air circulation to reduce room temperatures. A single fan might make the room slightly more bearable until you turn it off and will only push the warm air from one side to the other. If possible, place one fan downstairs close by an open window blowing into the room and place one upstairs pointing towards an open window. That should create airflow and move the cool air from downstairs all the way up and push the warm air from upstairs (remember heat rises, that's why upstairs is generally warmer) out through the open window.



You have obviously spent a lot of time figuring this out.

richard0000

CommentYou have obviously spent a lot of time figuring this out.



Yes some time ago I was made to attend this place called school.

synet

Bought this the other week, and returned it. Thought it was a bit weak! … Bought this the other week, and returned it. Thought it was a bit weak! Ended up buying one from Sainsburys for £25, and that was much better.

Bought from whom? Arthur Daley? MacDonalds? Quickie Chiccy?

On an actual hot day it is not advisable to open windows at all. If the outside air temperature is higher than inside you would be causing more of a problem. Plus if you have hayfever again windows during certain times of the day would not be an option. It is a fan. Blow air at yourself with it. Whatever air you can get your hands on. Your transpiritory loss of heat will cool you down. Yes, I did GCSEs also.

Without irony or ill-informed pseudoscience.:.. Heat.

LesD

A whole 1p more expensive in Morrisons.


Thought I seen it there this morning.

topss

Convective heat loss.The blown air from the fan helps your body sweat … Convective heat loss.The blown air from the fan helps your body sweat evaporate. A wet t-shirt will be just as effective.


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Yes, as I was saying to that person, the fan cools me down.
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