Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 26 November 2014

The 10 Best electric fans

1. Smart tower fan, £59.99, lakeland.co.uk This space-saving fan is whisper-quiet, thanks to its high-performance air movement system. Comes with a smart sleep mode.
2. Black + Blum Propello fan, £88, heals.co.uk Here's a very cool desktop fan. Boasting natural rubber blades, which allow a guard-free design, it also has a near-silent motor.
3. Dyson Air Multiplier, £199.99, dyson.co.uk The daddy of fans. It is powered by an efficient brushless motor so that air speed can be precisely adjusted with a dimmer-switch.
4. Bionaire dual blade pedestal fan, £64.95, johnlewis.com With two fans in one, this benefits from 20 per cent more air flow.
5. Dimplex Mont Blanc, £49.99, amazon.co.uk With its tall, slim body and sleek black finish, the Mont Blanc is both elegant and practical. Features an LED display.
6. Nscessity mini tower fan, £34.99, lakeland.co.uk This retro-styled fan is ideal for areas where space is at a premium. Features three speed settings and timer functions.
7. Marks & Spencer Pod fan, £4, marksandspencer.com While most handheld fans have two blades, this has a third, which makes a surprising difference to the task in hand.
8. Dimplex GloFan, £54.99, robertdyas.co.uk This doubles up as a heater in the winter. In heater mode, the LED illuminates red, while in fan mode it provides a blue display.
9. Stadler Form OTTO fan, £159.95, johnlewis.com For a fan, this is remarkably chic, not to mention satisfyingly masculine. Made of formed, oiled wood, it also has height-adjustable feet.
10. Dunelm Mill standing floor fan, £14.99, dunelm-mill.com It may not be the classiest fan but this 16in pedestal will turn your room into a cool haven.

Keep cool in style.

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