Even though it's starting to get chilly in certain parts of the country, we still finding ourselves using the fan. The soothing sound and cool breeze help us sleep at night, and during the day when the temperatures rise — it's the first thing we turn on to freshen up the air and cool down our home. Because even when it's cool, a fan is useful for household interior air circulation, helping out when air conditioning isn't needed, but a little breeze is.
• Drop Of Fresh Air is a different take on the typical fan. It certainly doesn't look like the fan you'd buy at your local store. With a diameter of 300 millimeters, this concept design packs a big punch in a small package and makes for a fascinating design/decor conversation piece.
• Dyson Air Multiplier & Table Fan hit the world by storm when it was released. We were all blown away by the bladeless addition to stores. We've heard amazing things about it and when Gregory reviewed it in the Unplggd Test Lab he recommended it.
• Fan-Tastic Way To Beat The Heat! is another ceiling fan roundup from Joel. He found some really great modern ceiling fans will definitely keep you cool.
• Vornado Air Circulators this company has been putting out a variety of air circulating fans for years now and they're still some of the best out there. Gregory uses the small Flippi V6 in his closet space home office to circulate an area that can heat up quick with so many electronics inside. For bigger duty, like for times when you're sweating in the kitchen cooking up something delicious, the turbine-strong 733 Circulator Linen can move air 100 feet.
• The Decor Friendly Otto Wooden Fan is the model you want if you plan to just keep your air circulating device out in the open all of the time. The bent African sapele wood housing is a tasteful presence in nearly any room, and the Otto fan does more than a fair job of moving air around a small to medium sized room, whether placed upon a table or onto the floor.