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Cool Off With the Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan [Review]

I had the chance to review this amazing fan by Ozeri. I've had a chance to review other items by them before and they just have great quality stuff.

If last summer was any indication to me, I really need to up my game with the fan and cooling action inside my apartment. There's a lot of heat that hits my home at the end of the day and it's so tough to keep cool and relaxed when that happens.

Have you ever tried to cool off a few people sitting in different spots in a room with just one fan? Well that's not that easy is it? That's why I love the Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan.

First of all, it has a few different selections of how much turning you want to have happen. It takes a bit to figure it out but it has 60 degrees, 90 degrees, 120 degrees and 360 degrees. I appreciate this a lot because when it's hot, I don't like sitting close by people and yet I don't want to worry about whether or not a fan is hitting someone!

Next is that it's really quiet. You don't even hear it! I'm not annoyed by loud fans but I know last summer I had about five going in the living room alone and it sounded like an airplane hanger. So one less noisy fan in the room is a wonderful thing in my book!

It also displays room temperature! I always wonder whether the room temp it displays is right. Although I'm sure it is! I'm thinking to myself...really? It's 70 degrees in here? Or 86 (as it says above!) I'm sure it's right but it's always so weird to see. I think that's such a cool feature.

For long term use, it's tough to say. We'll see if this can run the gamut of summer time use! Most of my cheaper box fans ran out and I'll have to buy new this year. If I can get this to last a couple of years, I'll be so happy with this.

The one small thing that I noticed is that I wasn't sure how stable the fan was when I put the tower together - it also took me a while to actually get this put together! So if you have little kids or pets, that's something to keep in mind.

Make sure you purchase this great fan today while summer and warm weather is on your mind!

I received this item in exchange for my honest review. This post contains affiliate links for which I will receive compensation if you purchase through my link.


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