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6 of the “Coolest” Desktop Fans 2019 (list)

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With summer practically knocking at our door, get ready for some insane temperatures! Yup, it’s about to get hot. But the heat isn’t always welcomed for those who don’t necessarily enjoy the summer months for its scorching temperatures, so we’ve compiled a list of the coolest desktop fans to help you chill out while at the office or home. You can also look for the list of the best tower fan.


6. Seville Classics UltraSlimline Personal Tower Fan

Seville Classics UltraSlimline Personal Tower Fan

A desktop fan shouldn’t take up much space and the  Seville Classics UltraSlimline Personal Tower Fan ($26.65) will happily share your desk with the rest of your work since it’s only 12 inches high. And its stylish black stain finish will definitely make your desk look great! The fan has a three “whisper quiet” speed settings (high, medium, low) that will leave you feeling cool and comfortable on those hot and humid days. The oscillating (70 degrees) space saving compact design has a footprint of less than 0.2 sq ft and the black satin finish complements any décor.

5. Idea Mini-Elefan Fan

idea mini-elefan

Mini is always good for small spaces and the Idea Mini-Elefan’s ($55.10)small size will fit anywhere you need to cool off. Its design is  inspired by institutional-use fans, with wind direction and angle adjustable by simply moving the elephant trunk-like duct. It has various wind speed options and charges with a USB cable and has a washable filter.

4. Stadler Form o-001 Fan

Stadler Form O-001 Otto Fan

If you’re looking for a designer fan that not only works good but looks it, too, then the Stadler Form o-001 Fan ($199.99) is the perfect choice for you! It’s African sapele wood body is unique and impressive, while the features five del blades, three speed settings and a steel grate.

3. Vornado VFAN Vintage Whole Room Air Cirulator

Vornado VFAN Vintage Whole Room Air Cirulator

The Vornado VFAN Vintage ($129.99) isn’t just a fan; it’s a Whole Room Air Cirulator! It comes with signature Vortex Technology provides complete circulation of all the air throughout a room and has three speed setting with full action pivot head for multi-directional airflow. You’ll love its classic metal design that’s actually inspired by the original Vornado fan from 1945, too!

2. Equinox Bladeless 12″ Fan

 Equinox Bladeless 12" Fan

The Equinox Bladeless 12″ Fan ($79.95) features patented technology to create a truly unique cooling experience. It has variable speed options for optimal cooling and can swivel at the push of a button. It features a 60 or 180 minute timer with auto shutoff and is the only fan on the market that comes with a built-in remote control. It can be used anywhere and is even mountable on walls. For added convenience, it folds for easy storage.

1. Dyson Air Multiplier AM05 Table Fan

Dyson Air Multiplier AM05 Table Fan

Sometimes fans make a lot of noise, which can be annoying, but the Dyson Air Multiplier AM05 Table Fan ($299) is pretty quiet, even 75% quieter than AM01 thanks to streamlined  air channels for reduced airflow turbulence. The 10″ fan features Air Multiplier technologyAir that is accelerated through an annular aperture, drawing in surrounding air to project a high-velocity cooling airflow so you don’t get choppy air as you would with a fan with blades. It’s also energy efficient, engineered to create powerful airflow using less energy. With its 10 precise airflow settings, you’ll stay cool on even the hottest days in the office!

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3 Comments to 6 of the “Coolest” Desktop Fans 2019 (list)

  1. Ryan

    This “review” is simply a shady way to get the proceeds from linked purchases. There is not a single sentence pertaining to the reviewer’s experience with any of the fans. Do yourself a favor and don’t use this list as any form of purchasing guidance. Unless of course you’re just looking to buy an overpriced fan and give a portion of your money to Gadget Review and Ms. Bertucci.

  2. Mark

    Your gadget “review” had no measurements.
    Noise levels are measured in dB. Air speed is measured in meters/second or similar units. Total airflow is measured in CFM or similar units. Power consumption is measured in watts.

    I can’t see evidence that you used these products, let alone tested or reviewed them.

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