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Cool Yourself Off With Ozeri Oscillating Fan [Amazon Prime Deal Alert!]



I had the opportunity to review a fan made by Ozeri. It's a 42 inch oscillating tower fan with noise reduction technology. When the fan arrived, I was surprised at the size of it! It was much bigger than expected. You have the choice of putting it on a raised stand and that's what I did. I thought it was fairly easy to put together and once finished, I plugged it in and set it up in the living room.  The raised stand like I chose may be a problem if you have dogs or children. The fan part of it was very quiet and gentle but provided a great breeze in the room. My family said it felt like we were sitting in the car with the windows rolled down. I thought that was a great description of it!




I know this time of year you are probably not thinking of purchasing fans but rather heaters, yet I really think this is one you should consider purchasing. It's very well made and I love the fact that it has a place to hide the remote at the top (especially because I always lose these little remotes). This will definitely be a welcome addition once the warmer weather hits us again.




If you have Amazon prime, this fan is available right now for on sale for about $67.46 for prime members only (originally $129.95). I would purchase now if you can! Purchase now.

I received the above item in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. I want this fan!!! I love how advanced they are getting with fans. Mine is horrible... collecting dust which makes hardly any air go through the fan unless I take it apart and clean it. I'll be checking this fan out! Thanks!

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