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Honeywell TurboForce Power Fan HT900E - £24.50 @ Amazon

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Temperature is rising so I thought it's that time of the year to get some Fan for my office in which I have been dying every summer for the last 3 years. Never bought one, until now. This looks like a really good deal to me (even though camelcamelcamel says otherwise). I like this fan too, so why not share it with you lot to decide!


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About this item
  • FEEL THE POWER: The ease of a small fan with power you can feel from up to 7 meters away and an aerodynamic design & style to maximize air movement.
  • YEAR-ROUND COMFORT: The Honeywell TurboForce air circulator fan has 3 powerful speed settings & a 90 degree oscillating head.
  • QUIET OPERATION: With its discrete low noise, the fan can be a desk fan in the office, floor fan in the lounge or a silent fan next to your bed.
  • SMALL FLOOR OR TABLE FAN: With a table & wall mount, this convenient fan is powerful enough to help provide comfortable cooling in small-medium rooms.
  • HONEYWELL FANS: Honeywell carries a range of tower fans, floor fans, and oscillating fans to meet your cooling needs for any situation or environment.
  • INCREASE YOUR COMFORT: Using fans in your home can help increase your comfort. The right fan helps cool you off & improves airflow circulation.
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    This is a powerful small fan, paid £20 2 years ago second hand and I was happy with that
    I would buy another if we needed it
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    jay267616/05/2022 10:33

    I have one of these - FYI I was initially happy with it but grew to hate …I have one of these - FYI I was initially happy with it but grew to hate it over time. Perhaps mine is a dud, or perhaps a part just wore over time, but it now makes a regular kind-of grinding noise when the fan rotates - almost like the blades move slightly forward and backwards as it rotates and catches something. Unfortunately there's no way to open it up without breaking it so I couldn't investigate whether it just needed cleaning or something. I guess I'm just sensitive to noise but tried using it to cool me during the summer when sleeping and found the noise so infuriating that I had to turn it off - need to buy a replacement for when it heats up this summer and won't be getting another one of these!


    Are you sure it can't open? I had two of these a couple of years back for indoor cycling and unscrewed the back to clean them. Here's a video of someone taking it apart: Honeywell HT-900: Cleaning, Lubrication and Freakshows - YouTube
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    I had good results with this. I use it in the evenings in summer when it was cooler outdoors to circulate air into the house through a window. Its stronger than my Dimplex so unsure if I just got lucky with the QA lottery.
    Noisy, but expected really given the volume it moves in its smaller size.

    alex341016/05/2022 09:16

    i have two of these as i loved the first so much, the only thing that bugs …i have two of these as i loved the first so much, the only thing that bugs me is the control knob goes from off -> full power -> middle -> lowits always only on low so when you trying to turn it off got to crack it up before finally off, a small thing but bugs the hell out of me as i'm usually trying to turn it off alongside music to answer phone/video call.


    This is by design, fans with a single knob always go Off -> High -> low.
    If you are dull like me, you may find this interesting
    (edited)
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    polarbaba16/05/2022 01:44

    I think these for people who want medium total power with a compromise of …I think these for people who want medium total power with a compromise of a nice small fan that's quiet.I'm looking at this because of size and also that it's perfect for work, as it won't be loud enough to disrupt work calls.


    I got a small one like this from Dunelm for £5 last summer. It's made from metal and it's very quiet and powerful.
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    CRWAB16/05/2022 09:16

    If you are dull like me, you may find this interesting


    Yes, yes i am, thank you for the video link I had never thought to look it up and just assumed it was crappy design. It makes it better knowing there is a reason for it!
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    How does it compare to the Woozoo : amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1 which is at £25 at the moment also?
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    Darkraiser16/05/2022 01:38

    Can get a full size tower fan for that sort of money


    I think these for people who want medium total power with a compromise of a nice small fan that's quiet.

    I'm looking at this because of size and also that it's perfect for work, as it won't be loud enough to disrupt work calls.
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    Have this fan for a few years now, very powerful and I rarely use the highest setting.
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    i have two of these as i loved the first so much, the only thing that bugs me is the control knob goes from off -> full power -> middle -> low

    its always only on low so when you trying to turn it off got to crack it up before finally off, a small thing but bugs the hell out of me as i'm usually trying to turn it off alongside music to answer phone/video call.

    Edit: price wise i got both of mine around £25 each one last year one this (edited)
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    CRWAB16/05/2022 09:16

    I had good results with this. I use it in the evenings in summer when it …I had good results with this. I use it in the evenings in summer when it was cooler outdoors to circulate air into the house through a window. Its stronger than my Dimplex so unsure if I just got lucky with the QA lottery.Noisy, but expected really given the volume it moves in its smaller size.This is by design, fans with a single knob always go Off -> High -> low. If you are dull like me, you may find this interesting [Video]


    I knew exactly what video this was before clicking on it.. guess I am also dull
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    CardboardCutout16/05/2022 10:37

    Are you sure it can't open? I had two of these a couple of years back for …Are you sure it can't open? I had two of these a couple of years back for indoor cycling and unscrewed the back to clean them. Here's a video of someone taking it apart: Honeywell HT-900: Cleaning, Lubrication and Freakshows - YouTube


    oh nice! I always assumed it was a sealed unit (foolishly!) but it looks like the screws are just well hidden. Thanks for the info and link, will give it a go.
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    It’s quiet if you compare it to a Boeing 747
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    I have two of these in my greenhouse running 12 hours per day 365 days of the year. They are great and last me about two years
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    moelygaer117/05/2022 15:22

    I have two of these in my greenhouse running 12 hours per day 365 days of …I have two of these in my greenhouse running 12 hours per day 365 days of the year. They are great and last me about two years


    Crikey what are you growing, the devils lettuce?!
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    Can get a full size tower fan for that sort of money
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    I prefer this to my tower fans tbh.
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    polarbaba16/05/2022 01:44

    I think these for people who want medium total power with a compromise of …I think these for people who want medium total power with a compromise of a nice small fan that's quiet.I'm looking at this because of size and also that it's perfect for work, as it won't be loud enough to disrupt work calls.


    I have 2 they are not quiet... but still a great fan has mounting holes on the base for walls etc.
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    Thank you op ordered will help when it starts to get hotter throughout coming months
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    Looks stylish, and for homes without aircon, like mine, some solution like this seems like a good option. Until now I have just used a small pressurised hand sprayer, like you would use for gardening and houseplants, which douses me in a fine mist of cold water - EXTREMELY refreshing in the hot Summers - and is very energy efficient, & cost about £1. Careful around home electricals though!
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    Purchased this a few years ago - not impressed. Noisy and not very powerful. Have subsequently bought pedestal and desk 12"-15" fans which are a lot more powerful and far quieter.
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    Wow! This is a complete copy of the Vornado. I had one in Australia. It's really good for getting air circulating without blowing directly on you.
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    EmBrace16/05/2022 07:46

    Looks stylish, and for homes without aircon, like mine, some solution like …Looks stylish, and for homes without aircon, like mine, some solution like this seems like a good option. Until now I have just used a small pressurised hand sprayer, like you would use for gardening and houseplants, which douses me in a fine mist of cold water - EXTREMELY refreshing in the hot Summers - and is very energy efficient, & cost about £1. Careful around home electricals though!


    Agreed, I do the same. Its a game changer.
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    I have one.....very quiet and very powerful - much better than my tower fan.

    Dave
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    C0mbat16/05/2022 08:46

    Wow! This is a complete copy of the Vornado. I had one in Australia. It's …Wow! This is a complete copy of the Vornado. I had one in Australia. It's really good for getting air circulating without blowing directly on you.


    Yes unfortunately can’t find Vornado in Uk.
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    Awesome fan this for the money. Yes it doesn't rotate etc, but if you want a compact powerful fan that's quiet, it's perfect. The base also has holes so it can be wall mounted as well if needed.
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    I think these fans are great for treadmills, put out alot of air to help keep you cool as you run your socks off
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    Really good fans. We ended up buying three last year.
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    I have one of these - FYI I was initially happy with it but grew to hate it over time. Perhaps mine is a dud, or perhaps a part just wore over time, but it now makes a regular kind-of grinding noise when the fan rotates - almost like the blades move slightly forward and backwards as it rotates and catches something. Unfortunately there's no way to open it up without breaking it so I couldn't investigate whether it just needed cleaning or something.

    I guess I'm just sensitive to noise but tried using it to cool me during the summer when sleeping and found the noise so infuriating that I had to turn it off - need to buy a replacement for when it heats up this summer and won't be getting another one of these!
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    I agree with what others have said about this fan, you won't be going to sleep with this on. Far too noisy.
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    I had this, sold it at a car boot in the end, the base cracked for no apparent reason and sounds like a jet taking off
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    had one of these for years and years when I was living at home. I sleep with earplugs anyway and as such I adored the white noise and (being a horrible wasteful mid) would leave it running literal weeks on end. ran like a dream for years before it died. bought one for sure
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    I have one of these, similar noise to a 747.
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    bit cheaper at £22.98 now
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