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PRO ELECTRIC FAN 16" PEDESTAL - FREE DELIVERY - £12.48 @ CPC
PRO ELECTRIC FAN 16" PEDESTAL - FREE DELIVERY - £12.48 @ CPC

PRO ELECTRIC FAN 16" PEDESTAL - FREE DELIVERY - £12.48 @ CPC

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FAN, 16", PEDESTAL
16" Pedestal Fan
16" fan blade
3 speed settings
Oscillation on/off
80° tilting head
Height adjustable 105 to 125cm
White finish

22 Comments

I paid £16.99 for this at B&M a few weeks ago, not fantastic quality but good enough for the short summers we have. It does blow out pretty fast though, lowest setting could do with being a bit lower....

Just to let you know that this is now out of stock.

Could you please expire? - Thanks!

I have received one of these recently and found that it is tilting only downward.

Is this normal? I presumed that it should tilt up.

Thanks

Is this ok for just normal electric?

Hpi_matrix

Is this ok for just normal electric?


It would be fine, however as they have said it's out of stock, your order would be cancelled

You can

cpctweet

Just to let you know that this is now out of stock.Could you please … Just to let you know that this is now out of stock.Could you please expire? - Thanks!


You can still order it at this price, and await them to get the stock in, so it's not expired!

I bought a pro elec fan from the last deal on here had it for 4 days then the fan stopped mid use, found out the motor went by smelling it burning inside dont recommend pro elec get the kingfisher instead

I have been trying to buy one of these, I had an email saying in stock but price is was about £22 so well pleased with this posting.

We've had 2 of these for several years bought elsewhere. The motors have sleeve bearings that are either poorly aligned or poorly made - anyhow the lube dries out, and the motor stops, though neither have got hot or fused, so we take them apart and WD40 the bearings and off they go for another summer.

Cheap and good for occasional use, if you're up for some DIY

Avoid, I returned mine back it was very noisy and sounded like it was falling apart inside. CPC did refund me but I would avoid

I had one of these, lasted one summer before my son fell over it haha!!

CPC have just sent an email cancelling order...

I bought it last year...Good price but very poor quality

I really want a quiet one for sleeping.
I'm a light sleeper and hot nights are horrific

jrawlins28

I really want a quiet one for sleeping.I'm a light sleeper and hot nights … I really want a quiet one for sleeping.I'm a light sleeper and hot nights are horrific

Open the windows (or is it too noisy?), take the duvet off, drop the PJs oO

I got one of these from CPC, it rattled a little but I put blu-tac where the fan case meets to stop that.

It does generate a lot of heat and when in use the room temperature rises fairly quickly, so I feel it's a bit of a catch22... Normally I don't use it in an attempt to keep the room cooler, but if it's already unbearably hot this is fine.

CPC have just sent an email cancelling order...

Original Poster

Yup I posted this after ordering, and it was cancelled within 6 hours

Musicrab

Open the windows (or is it too noisy?), take the duvet off, drop the PJs … Open the windows (or is it too noisy?), take the duvet off, drop the PJs oO



Window wide, I can't sleep under nothing so take the duvet out the cover, but still to hot!

Just ordered. Thanks.

Original Poster

MebK

Just ordered. Thanks.



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Hootwo

We've had 2 of these for several years bought elsewhere. The motors have … We've had 2 of these for several years bought elsewhere. The motors have sleeve bearings that are either poorly aligned or poorly made - anyhow the lube dries out, and the motor stops, though neither have got hot or fused, so we take them apart and WD40 the bearings and off they go for another summer.Cheap and good for occasional use, if you're up for some DIY




get some graphite-loaded oil and you'll probably not need to lube up again. wd40 evaporates.
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