Honeywell HO-5500RE Oscillating Tower Fan £23.96 @ Costco (Glasgow)
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Honeywell HO-5500RE Oscillating Tower Fan £23.96 @ Costco (Glasgow)

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This is around £60 on Amazon so a decent price. I nearly bought it the other week when reduced to around the £35 mark but hoped it would be reduced further.
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Does it come with remote
argosextra16 m ago

Does it come with remote

Sorry, I forgot to mention that, yes it has a remote.
This is a really good fan. Had mine for a few years now and it's still going strong. Really good build and I don't find it as noisy as other fans I've had in the past. Would recommend especially at this price!
chaos861 h, 24 m ago

This is a really good fan. Had mine for a few years now and it's still …This is a really good fan. Had mine for a few years now and it's still going strong. Really good build and I don't find it as noisy as other fans I've had in the past. Would recommend especially at this price!

That's good to know, thanks. I got a Tesco one this year but don't think it's that great to be honest so I'll give it to my parents. I have seen this working on display in Costco in the past and always wanted it but didn't want to pay so much.
Got this a year or two ago for slightly less at Costco when they cleared them out, it's a VERY good fan
Anyone know if they are also at this price in Edinburghs Costco?
jamhops1 h, 30 m ago

Got this a year or two ago for slightly less at Costco when they cleared …Got this a year or two ago for slightly less at Costco when they cleared them out, it's a VERY good fan

I saw a post from last year whilst making sure this hadn't already been posted and the op got one for £12. It may happen again if they don't shift them all at this price but as I'm not in Costco a lot I would probably miss out on it.
Defiant3061 h, 12 m ago

Anyone know if they are also at this price in Edinburghs Costco?

I am not sure but I would imagine if they are in stock they are probably reduced there too. May be worth giving them a call (not sure how good they are with taking calls/checking stock though)
MiniMissyMoo7 h, 20 m ago

I saw a post from last year whilst making sure this hadn't already been …I saw a post from last year whilst making sure this hadn't already been posted and the op got one for £12. It may happen again if they don't shift them all at this price but as I'm not in Costco a lot I would probably miss out on it.


At £12 it's an absolute steal, but even for under £24 I would definitely consider investing. It doesn't feel rickety like other oscillating fans. I'm heading to the Southampton store tomorrow and I'm tempted to pick another one up for this price.
MiniMissyMoo8 h, 51 m ago

I saw a post from last year whilst making sure this hadn't already been …I saw a post from last year whilst making sure this hadn't already been posted and the op got one for £12. It may happen again if they don't shift them all at this price but as I'm not in Costco a lot I would probably miss out on it.

Dont worry about waiting it out, I will be going mine today to try get one I need a second
chaos866 h, 9 m ago

At £12 it's an absolute steal, but even for under £24 I would definitely c …At £12 it's an absolute steal, but even for under £24 I would definitely consider investing. It doesn't feel rickety like other oscillating fans. I'm heading to the Southampton store tomorrow and I'm tempted to pick another one up for this price.

Fingers crossed you get one and you're right about it not being rickety like other ones.
jamhops4 h, 39 m ago

Dont worry about waiting it out, I will be going mine today to try get one …Dont worry about waiting it out, I will be going mine today to try get one I need a second

I hope you get one, let me know how you get on
Honeywells and other fans like this are cheap, but are generally noisy, vibrate and air flow is erratic.
Trust me when I say I've tried them all.

There is only one pedestal Fan that ticks every box you want in a Pedestal fan.... and not it's not a Honeywell
Sharpharp1 h, 4 m ago

Honeywells and other fans like this are cheap, but are generally noisy, …Honeywells and other fans like this are cheap, but are generally noisy, vibrate and air flow is erratic. Trust me when I say I've tried them all.There is only one pedestal Fan that ticks every box you want in a Pedestal fan.... and not it's not a Honeywell

For my needs it suits me fine (I'm in Scotland after all) and in my opinion the Honeywell is a lot better than the Argos one I have had previously and the Tesco one I currently have. It's certainly a good deal at that price. The best fan I have ever come across is a Dyson but not many people have that kind of money for something that won't be required a lot throughout the year.
Bought the last one from Costco Glasgow today. Hope it's decent and strong enough for use with a turbo trainer
johnscotland9843 m ago

Bought the last one from Costco Glasgow today. Hope it's decent and strong …Bought the last one from Costco Glasgow today. Hope it's decent and strong enough for use with a turbo trainer

I just had to google turbo trainer, I need to get myself one of those, mind you I would need a bike first
None left at Southampton store
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