Posts Tagged 'cool'

A Few FanTastic Ways to Cool Down.

A small electric oscillating fan has been pumping my bedroom at night with a cool breeze ever since the Washington, DC temperatures soared past 90 degrees. It’s a simple fan really – cost no more then $10 – but it sure produces some loud ‘white noise’ and could use a makeover. I want to upgrade. Now. And any of these suitors would do.

A little Wall-E looking but I like the small size and combo of heat and cool breeze. | Momastore.org

A little Wall-E looking but I like the small size and combo of heat and cool breeze., $99 | Momastore.org

This cast aluminum desktop fan has a virtually silent motor and rubber blades allowing it a guard-less design., $139 | Black + Blum

This cast aluminum desktop fan has a virtually silent motor and rubber blades allowing it a guard-less design., $139 | Black + Blum

This man is a genius. Air is drawn in through the bottom and streamed out through the ring for bufferless sound and precise air flow., 10-inch- $239 | Bed Bath & Beyond

This man is a genius. Air is drawn in through the bottom and streamed out through the ring for bufferless sound and precise air flow., 10-inch- $239 | Bed Bath & Beyond

It's a common table top fan, but the Vornado continues to win over consumers with it's vortex air movement and silent operation., $45 | Capitol Supply

It's a common table top fan, but the Vornado continues to win over consumers with it's vortex air movement and silent operation., $45 | Capitol Supply

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