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Ozeri 3x Tower Fan (44″) with Passive Noise Reduction Technology Review

by Heather

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d28c22447d8a179a444b8281f24023a874529adfI’m a huge fan girl. I don’t mean that in the context of comic books or movies. I mean I love fans. I have to have air moving. Every room in my house has a ceiling fan. Well, not the bathrooms or the basement, but mostly because that would be a bit weird. But every other room has a fan and it is running. I can’t sleep without a fan running, winter and summer. When the power goes out, I am literally in sleeping hell. The hubby is the same way. I don’t know if it has something to do with growing up in a house with no air conditioning, but without a fan, life sucks (relatively speaking of course).

Now when I was a kid, the fan was this little blue solid metal noisy desk fan that sort of oscillated. But that was mostly in the form of slowly turning away from whatever direction I had it pointed until it was no longer pointed at me. It had one speed. It rattled. It was just not up to the task of keeping an uninsulated room in a hundred year old farmhouse cool. Heck I would have settled for “not miserably hot.”

I have a feeling that if I had an Ozeri 3x Tower fan that life would have been a little different when I was young. This is one fancy fan. A tower fan that actually has 3 fans! Squeeee!! You can turn them each off and on independently (I leave them all on, I’m like that). It also oscillates and has multiple different modes. Sleep mode lets you start it off high and allows it to gradually slow down over night. Nature mode causes it to vary in speed, so you get the feel of wind blowing over you. To say I love it would be an understatement. The first thing that I will do when time travel is invented is take this thing back to me when I was 8.

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About Ozeri 3x Tower Fan (44”) with Passive Noise Reduction Technology

Unrivalled technology, defines the latest in stylistic innovation and digital décor with its visually stunning design, slim form factor and elegant glass base stand.

Less than 3 inches thick, the 3x Tower fan is one of the world’s thinnest fans and boasts 3 independently controllable fans with passive noise cancellation technology for remarkable airflow velocity at less than 50dB.

3x Tower Fan’s passive noise reduction technology utilizes the physics of blade curvature to generate mitigating sound waves that reduce blade noise and help isolate the soothing sounds of the airflow itself.

3x Tower fan is engineered with 3 independently controllable fans and 3 fan speeds, offering up to 9 levels of cooling and the ultimate in customized airflow. Features 3 preprogrammed airflow patterns designed to foster sleep, relaxation and comfort with 90 degree whisper-quiet oscillation for optimal air circulation for timely relief on a sweltering summer day or for refreshing circulation all year long.

Also features a 7.5 hour timer that can be programmed in 30 minute increments with ease. All of the Fan’s features, including programmable timer, easily controlled via the included extended-range remote or via the touch sensitive LED control panel.

Features a dismountable design that only requires the hand assembly of fan base using an included large nut, with no tools required.

Satisfaction guaranteed.

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3 comments

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lindamanns December 21, 2014 - 9:50 am

This sounds like a fan I would love to have. I love that it has three fans and you can operate them independently. I really like the sleep mode. Thank you for sharing

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cottagebunny December 21, 2014 - 7:32 pm

That is one very amazing fan.I like when you said if the power goes out you are in sleeping hell.Me Too!!! I have to have that white noise in the back ground . I also like that this fan has a timer on it too.

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lisa December 31, 2014 - 10:51 am

I like that fan. It’s light and thin enough to easily move from room to room.

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