Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 85
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by T.j. I ike this little fan , heres why ...
I recentlty picked up a V6 . What I like about this fan is it makes a great bedside table fan and noise maker . Even on low I can sleep with a nice breeze on my head and face . On High it acts as a niose maker and drowns out other disturbing noises nearby . It has plenty of air movement for this use and I woke up refreshed and feeling good . Is it gonna move tons of air quietly ? No , its a small portable , adjustable fan thats does what its supposed to good for me . It seems to be well made for the price point although i wished the power switch was easier to use but thats nit picking .
September 16, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hugh Briss Looks nice, works poorly
The fan only has two speeds, very low and quiet or very strong and loud. A middle setting would be just about right. It does look nice though.
August 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joe Still works the same it did out of the box 4 years ago
I bought this four years for work (I have three walls of glass surrounding me so it gets hot quickly) and have had it on EVERY day in the office for four years and it hasn't failed me yet. Sure, the fan will sometimes not stay in position, and may tak two hands to adjust the speed, but as long as it keeps me cool, provides air flow, and still run without issue, that should say enough about its durability and ability to provide airflow. I've decided to buy another one in the near future.
July 18, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hot Flash Hell What's with the switch?
I wanted to post my review and saw the NotaFan already already did! I use it on my desktop which is great for the 'low' setting, very quiet, but 'high' is sometimes too high so an intermediate setting would be nice. The switch REALLY bugs me; for one thing it's awkward, and for another, I can't turn it on/off or high/low without holding on to it because it's so lightweight that it scoots away. And really, off-low-high clockwise makes more sense than off-high-low counter-clockwise.
July 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Notafan Flippi okay
I liked the idea of this fan as a replacement for a very classic miniature floor design type that had quit working. I bought this expecting something better than average because of the name and the hype. Unfortunately, between the nearly useless I setting and the better II setting that is laid out in a very odd way on the power switch, I'm overall far from impressed. Why have a setting that barely moves air. I accidentally leave it on all the time because it's basically like not being on at all. Also, why on earth would you lay out a switch like the one they did? The fan isn't heavy enough to use it with one hand so any time I want to go change the setting or turn it off, I need to use both hands. I know, first world problems, but it's 2015, I think we can do better. Also, what's with having the layout of the switch going from Off to II to I? Is that just a complacent admittance that nobody is really every going to use setting I?
July 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dave M Nice but Noisy at High speed
Use this at my office. Ever since I got it, it was noisy. Not so much from air flow but from rattling which is kind of bothersome. At low speed it is fine and pushes enough air in a small area, but if you need to turn up the speed, you may notice the sound. Otherwise very happy with it.
July 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CJ Annoying Rattling Sound
I purchased this fan for my desk at work. Day 1 & 2 I loved it. It was very quiet and made a difference in my comfort level... then Day 3 came along and it is making a horrible rattling sound! It is so loud I can't stand to have it on at all, even the low setting. Unfortunely I was so happy the first 2 days, I already got rid of the box.
June 16, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by d.baron That's it!
OK, now the oscillating motor has developed a growling noise. If I can find the receipt, this thing's going back to the store for a refund.
June 10, 2015