Ozeri Ultra 42 inch Wind Fan Review
Disclosure: I was given an Ozeri fan in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link, which means if you purchase from it, I will receive a commission from your purchase.
Although we do not live in a warmer state; we do get the occasional hot, humid day in the summer. Our box fans seem to get dirty each year which makes for difficult cleaning. We do really use air conditioning; and one of the fans in our bedroom literally make the floor shake and sounds like it is going to take off in flight.
After reviewing our new Ozeri Ultra 42 inch Wind Fan; we won’t be using that airplane sounding fan anymore. This fan uses Noise Reduction Technology. It also has three settings for airflow patterns designed to foster sleep, relaxation and comfort, and three whisper-quiet speed settings with 90 degree oscillation for awesome air circulation.
The Ozeri also includes a twelve hour timer that can be programmed in 1 hour increments with the push of a button, and an amplified-range remote control that nicely stores in the fan.
I was able to assemble the fan with the help of a screw driver, there were only 4 small screws and 4 larger screw for the base. You have the choice of having it with the extension column for height adjustment and the directions are easy to follow. Make sure when you take out all of your parts to the fan, to look for the little baggy of screws as well as the remote. The remote was inside of the styrofoam, as at first I couldn’t find it. A manual and a warranty are included. Ozeri also guarantees your satisfaction of their product.
You can purchase this fan on Amazon. At the time of doing this review you can save $40 off the retail price along with free shipping. This also ships internationally, but it is a good idea to see what the cost of shipping entails.
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