Friday, October 23, 2015

Ozeri 3X Tower Fan Review

I need to sleep with a fan on, so if you're like me than you know having a good fan is essential to try and get a good nights sleep. I was thrilled when I received the Ozeri 3x Tower Fan to try out. Available on Amazon, this fan is sure to help you sleep! Also, in the warmer months it's great to have in your living room or common area in your home to keep a nice cool breeze flowing through the air.

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It has a sleek design so it looks good in your home, but it is also very efficient. It isn't incredibly noisy, so it's not going to drown out any music you are listening to while cleaning the house, or even watching tv. It's not distracting, very subtle, but does a great job.

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There are 3 independently controlled fans, how amazing is that?! It also came with a remote control, so while I'm laying in bed I can adjust the speed etc. What a great concept!

There is also a timer that you can set for convenience. Be sure to pick this fan up for yourself, because you won't be disappointed! It also makes a great gift this Holiday Season!

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5 comments:

  1. Im post menopausal and Im hot alot of the time. I love how slim and pretty this fan is. I live on the 3rd floor and it can get pretty warm in my apt. I have central air but I try to keep my PG&E bill down so I keep a fan on in my living room. Id love to have one of these :)

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  2. Im post menopausal and Im hot alot of the time. I love how slim and pretty this fan is. I live on the 3rd floor and it can get pretty warm in my apt. I have central air but I try to keep my PG&E bill down so I keep a fan on in my living room. Id love to have one of these :)

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