EcoAir Halo - Low Energy 16" Tower Fan - Halo
£128.95 (inc. VAT)
Stirflow STF1RD Tower Fan With Remote
£44.95 (inc. VAT)
EcoAir Kinetic - Low Energy 14" DC Fan
£128.95 (inc. VAT)
Stirflow STF1 Portable Tower Fan
£39.95 (inc. VAT)
Prem-I-Air 29” White Tower Fan With Remote - EH1870
£29.95 (inc. VAT)
Stirflow STF1 PortableTower Fan
£28.01 (inc. VAT)
Premiair Tower Fan with Timer - EH0039
£35.95 (inc. VAT)
Prem-I-Air 29 inch Pedestal Tower Fan with Remote Control - EH0037
£44.99 (inc. VAT)
Premiair Tower Fan - EH1513
£32.95 (inc. VAT)
Tower Fans operate by having the main tower component oscillate over a fixed base back and forth. Air enters through a small inlet at the side of the fan casing. The cylindrical container inside of the casing spins, allowing the contained blades to push the air towards the air vents. The air then exits the fan vertically.
A benefit of Tower Fans is that they are energy efficient. They have a timer feature, which allows you to set a time for when you want it to automatically switch off. Easy to use control panels allow you to change the oscillation speed, set the timer and switch it on or off. Many units also come with a remote control allowing you full control without you having to move from your comfortable seat. There are variable speed settings, which you can choose to meet your cooling needs. They make very little noise, which makes them the perfect choice for sleeping aides.
A second benefit of them is that they are space saving. They are slim, lightweight and can be placed anywhere in your room without taking up too much space. The feature of portability means you can lift one and take it into another room if you desire. Their design is attractive and sleek, and will blend in well with your home décor. All you need is a nearby plug point, and you can switch it on. The oscillation of the tower lets the cool air be distributed to a larger area, from a compact space in your room.
A third benefit of Tower Fans is their safety. The design of the blades being enclosed inside the fan, means they can be operated safely around children unlike open-blade fans. They are sturdy and less likely to be toppled over.