Lasko 2521 Oscillating Stand Fan, 16-Inch, Black

May 1, 2017 - Comment

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(as of April 19, 2020 11:30 pm EDT - Details)

Lasko’s No. 2521 16-inch oscillating pedestal fan battles stifling summer heat or stuffy enclosed spaces with an arsenal of effective air-cooling features. Perched on a sturdy round base and adjustable-height support pole, the wide-range swiveling head sweeps back and forth across the room and may be tilted back, lifted, or lowered for directed airflow. Three speed settings allow for a gentle breeze, steady wind, or maximum heat-busting blast with the turn of the easy-grip rotary control and the quiet operation won’t get in the way of conversations or sleep.

Product Features

  • ETL listed, patented, fused safety plug
  • 16-inch black oscillating pedestal fan perfect for homes or offices
  • 3 quiet speeds; easy-grip rotary control
  • Height adjusts up to 47″ tall with wide-range 90-degree oscillation
  • Easy no-tools assembly

Comments

Kat & Kev says:

Great cheap fan – IF you know the trick! We ended up liking the first 16″ Lasko 2521 Oscillating Stand Fan we bought because it was inexpensive, very lightweight, extremely quiet, easy to clean, adjustable (both height and tilt), and reasonably powerful (considering). So when the second one we ordered failed to push out much air, we were seriously disappointed. 

Boxer Dog Lover in Vermont... says:

~~Assembled and Quietly Humming Quickly~~ Living in a small log cabin, air flow has always been a problem in the sleeping area. In what I call the ‘front room’, I have a ceiling fan installed which takes care of that area. With the temperatures increasing in Vermont the past couple of summers, I debated buying a small a/c unit. Chalked that up to a waste of both electrical energy usage and money. Finally decided that for the little bit of cooling that I would get, it just wasn’t practical. 

JF says:

Excellent fan and excellent price I live in a part of Los Angeles that gets very hot during the summer and it’s consequently very expensive to cool off a two story house. This fan provides so much cool air that I actually had to back it out of the room a little because it was getting too cold. I bought a second one to put in the bedroom and it keeps it cool enough that no A/C is needed. I will probably ultimately buy one for every room in the house; the cost of buying 5 of these fans is still less than the power bill for one…

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