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electriQ Tower Fan Bladeless 24" with 3 Speeds, Remote Control and Mood Light

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There is also a timer function, meaning the tower fan can be set to turn off after some time while the integrated handle makes it effortless to transport from place to place. On average though, a tower fan uses very little energy to run and will cost around 40p a day if it's on for 20 hours.

The electriQ AM07B bladeless fan is the perfect companion to keep you cool on those hot days and warm nights. Plus, their tall, sleek design makes them a great accessory for any room, especially in a modern home. Bladeless fans boast a number of benefits over traditional fans, although they may not suit every household. No spinning blades reduces the risk of accidents, and they tend to be a lot safer if knocked over too.Plus, it's tall and sleek-looking, so it'll fit seamlessly into most rooms with ease and you won't have to worry about it ruining your carefully planned aesthetic. If you’re after a particularly quiet fan, be wary of models that simply describe themselves as ‘quiet’ without including a decibel rating to back up the claim. While not quite as impressive as a 12 hour timer, this will help you control the usage and, in turn, your energy bill. This fan boasts a unique air-duct design that helps to minimise noise, even when it’s not in sleep mode.

The timer on this one can be set from half an hour to 7 and a half hours, so you won't have to worry about wasting energy overnight as you sleep. Likelihood is you’ll want to use the fan whilst sleeping in the summer, which means looking for something that ideally produces under 50 dB of noise. Some, such as the Duux above, can be converted between a desk and pedestal fan by removing the stand.

Having more speed settings available doesn’t necessarily mean more power, it just gives you more choice to create your ideal environment for work, leisure or sleep. The touchscreen LED display in the middle has three different wind modes (normal, natural or sleep), a timer function and levels of coolness, although it can also be controlled via a remote control.

Another is to place a fan with its back to an open window to draw in cool air and a second fan facing another window to blow the warmer air out.

If the main thing you want a fan to do is not take up too much space as it quietly does its job in the corner, Dimplex’s super-skinny and catchily named DXMBCF is the one to go for. This tower fan's on the cheaper end of the cooling-tech spectrum, but it boasts amazing reviews, so we were excited to try it out. The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited.

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