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18-inch high speed floor standing fan here from Mylek for £35.96 including delivery, so you can make your own 80s music videos. These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet.

Whatever you do, don't put your fingers in there!

"MYLEK 18” Air Circ Floor Fan: Keep Yourself Cool at Home or Work or in the Gym. This powerful air circulation fan is an energy-efficient way to keep cool on a hot day! It dramatically improves the airflow around the room, preventing air from becoming hot and stuffy. It’s much more powerful than a regular fan, so it’s ideal for open spaces like south-facing living rooms offices, warehouses or gyms.

An Eco-Friendly Way to Keep Cool: This air circulator is efficiently-designed to give you the most cooling power while using the least amount of electricity. This means it can move over 5000m³ of air every hour while one using 120W of power. It’s the perfect combination of power and efficiency that makes it perfect for all-day use.

Tough but Stylish & Built to Last: Chrome Body With a polished chrome housing that’s both tough and stylish, this air circulator is a fan for all occasions. It’ll look professional in an office, gym, warehouse or for industrial use.
3 Speed Settings: You can easily flip between three-speed settings to get the temperature just the way you like it. Just flip the switch on the back of the unit to change the fan speed.

Adjustable Tilt Head: You can quickly adjust the tilt head of the fan to get the airflow just right. It’s flexible enough to be angled however you like, but is still firm enough to hold its position once it’s set.

Easy to Use: There’s no assembly required – just plug it in and turn it on for a refreshing blast of cool air!"

Details
  • Voltage: 220-240V
  • Frequency: 50Hz
  • Wattage: 120W
  • Air Flow: 5414 m3/h (max)
  • Air Speed: 3.95 m/s
  • Noise level: 65 dBA
  • Operating Current: 0.52A


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Good price. But I’m not blown away...
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Good price. But I’m not blown away...
"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." That's not even relative.
Bought the same one from Screwfix. 65dba is not suitable for bedroom imo. Sent it back as was to loud for me and not worth its cooling ability.
CPC does these at same or cheaper no deal here..?
It's not suitable for bedroom, way too loud on lowest setting. I'd say it's about ~50dbs on 1st setting.

Typical computer fan/s is about 30-45dbs.

If its for upstairs say, you want to move the hot risen air in the evening out and or push the cooler downstairs air up (if you didn't want to open windows all night).
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 1st Jun
£28.74 for a similar one here: cpc.farnell.com/pro…662
AnkerMan01/06/2020 14:04

"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." …"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." That's not even relative.Bought the same one from Screwfix. 65dba is not suitable for bedroom imo. Sent it back as was to loud for me and not worth its cooling ability.

PAULTRD01/06/2020 14:07

£28.74 for a similar one here: …£28.74 for a similar one here: https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00300/fan-18-high-velocity/dp/HG00662


Actually the CPC one which I have is more powerful than OP at 140w. Think I bought it on sale back then about £20-25..
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 1st Jun
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So at 65dba your very close to street and traffic noise. People should be aware of the scale to know what to expect.
AnkerMan01/06/2020 14:04

"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." …"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." That's not even relative.Bought the same one from Screwfix. 65dba is not suitable for bedroom imo. Sent it back as was to loud for me and not worth its cooling ability.


It is just two points. Why do they need to relate?
Inquisitor01/06/2020 14:11

Actually the CPC one which I have is more powerful than OP at 140w. Think …Actually the CPC one which I have is more powerful than OP at 140w. Think I bought it on sale back then about £20-25..


It consumes more power but it doesnt make it more powerful.
Akira_Cat01/06/2020 14:13

It is just two points. Why do they need to relate?


I always believe it better to inform people and give them the choice. I know some might use this fan in their sitting room or personal gym space and won't mind so much. Bedroom Is a different matter.
PAULTRD01/06/2020 14:14

It consumes more power but it doesnt make it more powerful.


I think my sentence is correct as I am talking about power and watts. More power ('powerful') is correct.

I assume you may mean more efficient or more air pushed per watt but this is another metric, feel free to be finicky and correct once you checked the numbers.

Edit: Typically in motors there's no replacement for displacement, especially if we're comparing apples with apples (assuming numbers are true and not just marketing uplift)
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 1st Jun
AnkerMan01/06/2020 14:17

I always believe it better to inform people and give them the choice. I …I always believe it better to inform people and give them the choice. I know some might use this fan in their sitting room or personal gym space and won't mind so much. Bedroom Is a different matter.


I don't say use it in the bedroom.
PAULTRD01/06/2020 14:07

£28.74 for a similar one here: …£28.74 for a similar one here: https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00300/fan-18-high-velocity/dp/HG00662


Possibly made in the same factory & branded differently.
Inquisitor01/06/2020 14:18

I think my sentence is correct as I am talking about power and watts. More …I think my sentence is correct as I am talking about power and watts. More power ('powerful') is correct. I assume you may mean more efficient or more air pushed per watt but this is another metric, feel free to be finicky and correct once you checked the numbers.


I'm not being finicky at all. I'm just saying that power consumption does not always make it more powerful. Didn't mean it to come across that way. 9 years working at Manrose Manufacturing (in the past), so apologies.
Akira_Cat01/06/2020 14:18

I don't say use it in the bedroom.


You don't but I am based on personal experience and have included a chart relating to DBA scale. If this fan is anything like the Screwfix one, then it's an industrial one, often used in factories.
PAULTRD01/06/2020 14:25

I'm not being finicky at all. I'm just saying that power consumption does …I'm not being finicky at all. I'm just saying that power consumption does not always make it more powerful. Didn't mean it to come across that way. 9 years working at Manrose Manufacturing (in the past), so apologies.


Apologies also for being little edgy.
Nice, I'm in electronics/e-mech engineering also
(well, little more commercial now and see how people inflate stats for marketing bs....)
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 1st Jun
Only ideal for a gym or very large room. And I mean large. I like mine but it’s LOUD!
AnkerMan01/06/2020 14:04

"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." …"These really do cool a room down quickly, and at 65dB are fairly quiet." That's not even relative.Bought the same one from Screwfix. 65dba is not suitable for bedroom imo. Sent it back as was to loud for me and not worth its cooling ability.


I've got the same one. I use it in the living room and I wear a pair of headphones when watching TV or gaming. 65dba is far too loud for the bedroom and that will be on the first setting, stick it on the 3rd one and it sounds like an aeroplane taking off. Amazingly cool though!!
I have I one from CPC, but think it's 14" (has 3 button, black, grey and white IIRC) and it sounds like a Spitfire when on full power.

All these seem to do is move warm air around rather than cool though.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 1st Jun
Great fan for the hard of hearing

You'll never doubt that it's on
Protec. From cpc £28
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