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Honeywell HYF1101E1 3 Speed Comfort Control Cooling Tower Fan /Timer/Oscillating £13.78 Like New @ Amazon Warehouse (+£4.49 Non-Prime)
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Honeywell HYF1101E1 3 Speed Comfort Control Cooling Tower Fan /Timer/Oscillating £13.78 Like New @ Amazon Warehouse (+£4.49 Non-Prime)

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Posted 4th FebEdited by:"louiselouise"

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10 in Stock. Okay, it's pretty cold right now but worthwhile putting away for summer? Boyf moans every year how hot he gets so I've sent him one. For Home use.

Reputable brand, good reviews, more functional than cheapie £10+ fans, and Like New condition, so hopefully it should be a good buy.
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  • 3 speed settings for optimal comfort control up to 56 dB(A)
  • Auto shut off timer switches the fan off after the programmed period: 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours or 8 hours
  • Oscillation 55° for wide area cooling
  • Carrying handle
  • Recommended for medium rooms, 3 years warranty3400890.jpg3400890.jpg3400890.jpg3400890.jpg3400890.jpg3400890.jpg3400890.jpgTimer
The timer allows you to program the fan for 1, 2, 4 or 8 hours of cooling. It will automatically switch off when the set time has elapsed.
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The fan comes with three speed settings which you may choose from for a optimum cooling.
3400890.jpgOscillation
Allowing for the spread of cooling rather than a single targeted flow.
3400890.jpgCarrying handle
The fan has a handle that makes the fan easily portable

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Think someone's bought the lot already - not adding to basket eek!
Boyf got his today (not unusual, you'd think, but as he's in the Highlands deliveries take a bit longer), so that was a nice surprise.

I read a few reviews after purchasing - never wise, but there are a lot for this fan. Many were complaining they didn't have any screws in the box to attach the base. Sure enough, boyf's was the same, but he has a box of odds and ends and was able to assemble it.

Worth bearing in mind, not sure if it's worthy of a complaint to Amazon, but some sent theirs back because of this (I wouldn't bother personally, unless you can't easily get to a hardware store/don't have spare screws).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 5th Feb
One of these popped up as used acceptable (missing remote/scratched) for £10.55 and I decided to grab it, though looking at the trouble ppl been having even with the like new ones I am in half a mind to cancel, suppose I can always return it if it's really bad.

It's just it would be ideal for the summer, which will no doubt be scorching as those are the only type we seem to get lately

Anyone actually had any good experiences with this thing? louiselouise, was yours ok apart from missing screws?
Edited by: "ST3123" 7th Feb
ST312307/02/2020 16:40

louiselouise, was yours ok apart from missing screws?


Hi ST3123, boyf has only had a quick look at it as he's doing up his kitchen, miles away. I'll pester him to look at it properly. He was grumbling about it not oscillating, but he inspected it very briefly.

This model doesn't have a remote with it, so not sure why the description said "missing remote".
Edited by: "louiselouise" 7th Feb
louiselouise07/02/2020 18:02

Hi ST3123, boyf has only had a quick look at it as he's doing up his …Hi ST3123, boyf has only had a quick look at it as he's doing up his kitchen, miles away. I'll pester him to look at it properly. He was grumbling about it not oscillating, but he inspected it very briefly.This model doesn't have a remote with it, so not sure why the description said "missing remote".


Thanks, I'll keep the order then and see what turns up. If there is no remote to be missing then the only damage it may have (according to the description) is some scratches, which don't really bother me as I'm not really going to be looking at it much...
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