Turbo floor cooling fan, VERY fast, just £25 @ tesco collect in store or £5 delivery
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Turbo floor cooling fan, VERY fast, just £25 @ tesco collect in store or £5 delivery

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Found 21st Apr 2011Made hot 21st Apr 2011
Bought this the other day just got it home and WOW this thing is fast about 5 times more powerful than my old standing fan.
has 3 settings
(1) fast
(2) very fast
(3) Skin removal (just kidding)

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Original Poster

next cheapest i can see is this £43 odd
amazon.co.uk/PIF…C44
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/5107guUk9fL._SS500_.jpg
Edited by: "garbage456" 21st Apr 2011

This is also included in the 'Clubcard Voucher Exchange' as a small electrical appliance, so you can get if for effectively half the price by swapping some of your clubcard points vouchers.

Looks good for indoor kite flying if it's raining out!!!

is it good for practising skydiving ?

Original Poster

If so you do at your own risk

mRActivate8

is it good for practising skydiving ?


Good for turbo trainers.

As Richard o`brien would say
"Will you start the fans please!!!!"

nice I just need a dome and a draw bridge

I hear C4 are commissioning a new show, Crystal Meth, only problem is, it's a bit addictive!

I have a 120CFM delta hooked up to a laptop DC PSU on my window sill to cool my bedroom. Just a tad noisy though.

Can I ask how loud this thing is? On the lower setting is it louder than a standard standing fan?

anyone know how much power this consumes?

it showing £25.53 online

garbage456

next cheapest i can see is this £43 … next cheapest i can see is this £43 odd[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FPIFCO-50CM-TURBO-FLOOR-FAN%2Fdp%2FB004AZGC44]http://www.amazon.co.uk/PIFCO-50CM-TURBO-FLOOR-FAN/dp/B004AZGC44[/url]


That image is giving me an eye spasm o_o

mRActivate8

is it good for practising skydiving ?



please upload a video on yuotube falling face first into this fan....

Original Poster

uzyg

Can I ask how loud this thing is? On the lower setting is it louder than … Can I ask how loud this thing is? On the lower setting is it louder than a standard standing fan?



yes

Original Poster

gobby88

anyone know how much power this consumes?



when i put my microwave on my kwph goes from 8p to 36p, when i put the kettle on it goes from 8p to 39p when i put the fan on number one it goes from 8p to 9p, so basically it costs 1p per hour on settings 1 and 2 and 2p on setting 3.

hope this helps

Obviously depends on how much per unit/kwh you pay the leccy supplier

Original Poster

hotukdealz

Obviously depends on how much per unit/kwh you pay the leccy supplier



its 1p per hour, how does it matter how much you pay your supplier as the power used is absolutely minimal even if you pay double what i do then thats 2p per hour.


Out of stock online now....

just bought one from argos....! missed this deal...duh

garbage456

its 1p per hour, how does it matter how much you pay your supplier as the … its 1p per hour, how does it matter how much you pay your supplier as the power used is absolutely minimal even if you pay double what i do then thats 2p per hour.



Fan is 110W so sounds about right

Which one did you buy from argos?

Thanks for the heads up! Just got one from Argos this afternoon, it was only £26 half price. Quite noisy on full blast but it well powerful.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

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