homebase 35 inch premium tower fan £40 reserve and collect
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homebase 35 inch premium tower fan £40 reserve and collect

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Found 9th Jun 2016
looks like a good price for a bladeless fan. out of stock at my local store yesterday but ordered one online delivered for a few extra £££. also available for 2% quidco if collected or 1.5% if delivered.

no reviews for it but if its no good i'll return it.
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Isn't this just the standard price though, where is the deal.?
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the deal is that the standard price is a good deal. closest priced bladeless fan of this spec ive found is closer to £90
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if you need a deal, feel free to assume that the quidco is the deal. you're welcome
Based on and compared to what though, as anything at standard price could then be classified as a deal.?
I bought one of these yesterday and it's fantastic! It has a "sleep" mode where, when the fans are turned down, it's very quiet and turns the display off after 30 seconds. On any other mode the screen just dims after 30 seconds and displays your current mode and the temperature of the room. It also has a "natural" mode which cycles through the fan speeds to imitate wind. The oscillation is quiet and does not creak (the problem with my old fan) and it feels very well put together. I'm sure it's not as good as any Dyson but I'm glad I've saved a fortune (which is the deal). Thanks OP!
Mike626

I bought one of these yesterday and it's fantastic! It has a "sleep" mode … I bought one of these yesterday and it's fantastic! It has a "sleep" mode where, when the fans are turned down, it's very quiet and turns the display off after 30 seconds. On any other mode the screen just dims after 30 seconds and displays your current mode and the temperature of the room. It also has a "natural" mode which cycles through the fan speeds to imitate wind. The oscillation is quiet and does not creak (the problem with my old fan) and it feels very well put together. I'm sure it's not as good as any Dyson but I'm glad I've saved a fortune (which is the deal). Thanks OP!



Would you hear the noise of the motors or fan blades? Because the whole point of bladeless fans is to eliminate these noises (as well as constant flow).
Inquisitor

Would you hear the noise of the motors or fan blades? Because the whole … Would you hear the noise of the motors or fan blades? Because the whole point of bladeless fans is to eliminate these noises (as well as constant flow).



On the lowest setting you can still hear the windrush but not really the motor. It's not silent but quiet enough to sleep. Definitely no noise from the oscillation motor. Impressive for £40
Original in-store price was £69.99 so these are on sale.

Impressed with mine - doesn't look too bad, temperature display is useful (as is the ability to turn off the display at night) and seems powerful enough with 6 speed settings. Remote works well too - just make sure it's in the box. First one I bought the remote was missing - obviously someone had pinched it.

A £25-30 generic tower fan will do the same job, but not as quietly.
Mike626

On the lowest setting you can still hear the windrush but not really the … On the lowest setting you can still hear the windrush but not really the motor. It's not silent but quiet enough to sleep. Definitely no noise from the oscillation motor. Impressive for £40



​I know I'm late but does this come with a remote?
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