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  • 4.5 star rating

    Dyson AM09

    4.5 star rating
    Heating Fan, Cold Air Fan, Tower Fan, Remote Controlled, Timer, Thermostat
    £345.67 (+ £9.95 P&P)
    Save up to £54*
  • Stadler Form Q Ventilator

    Cold Air Fan, Industrial Fan
    £179 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Dyson AM06

    4.5 star rating
    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan, Remote Controlled, Timer
    £199.99 Free Delivery
    Save up to £50*
  • Challenge Grey Tower Fan.

    This fan features digital controls with 3 speed settings, oscillating movement, a timer an... more
    £44.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Dyson Pure Hot And Cool Link

    Cold Air Fan, Tower Fan, Timer, Thermostat
    £499 Free Delivery
  • Challenge - Chrome Desk - Fan - 12 Inch

    This 12 inch desk fan is great value and features an oscillating and adjustable tilt desig... more
    £34.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 4.5 star rating

    Dyson AM07

    4.5 star rating
    Cold Air Fan, Tower Fan, Remote Controlled, Timer
    £349 Free Delivery
  • Dyson DP01

    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan
    £319 Free Delivery
    Save up to £30*
  • Xpelair VX100 Standard Bathroom Fan

    An easy to install single speed bathroom fan in a Cool White finish and with a projection ... more
    £12.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Dyson Hot & Cool AM05 2kW Oscillating Fan Heater

    The Dyson Hot and Cold Fan Heater is the perfect heating and cooling solution for your hom... more
    £299.99 Free Delivery
  • Nsa Uk DF-2331

    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan
    £19.95 (+ £3.50 P&P)
  • Ryobi R18F-0

    Cold Air Fan, Floor Fan
    £77.28 Free Delivery
  • Nsa Uk DF-3032

    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan
    £24.95 (+ £3.50 P&P)
  • Honeywell HS-216E

    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan, Floor Fan
    £49.51 Free Delivery
  • Bomann VL1137CB

    Cold Air Fan, Desk Fan
    £23.63 Free Delivery
  • Q-Connect 750 mm 30 inch Tower Fan

    £26.45 Free Delivery
    Was £59.79
  • Challenge White Desk Fan - 12 Inch.

    The Challenge desk fan is ideal for using at work or at home. With 3 speed settings and pu... more
    £17.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Xpelair 4 Inch Standard Bathroom Extractor Fan with Kit

    The DX100 is ideal as a replacement extractor fan for bathroom installations. 4 inches in ... more
    £19.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Beldray 16 Ins 360° Pedestal Fan

    Stay cool during the Summer with this pedestal fan, that has an adjustable tilting head, w... more
    £60 Free Delivery
  • Freemans Mini Mist Fan

    Keep extra cool this summer with this take anywhere Mini Mist Fan. Easily recharged by USB... more
    £35 Free Delivery
  • Honeywell HT900E Turbo Fan

    £26.99 Free Delivery
  • NSA'UK DF-3032 White Desk Fan, 12 Inch

    The NSA'UK DF-3032 standing fan is a compact answer to cooling at your desk. The contempor... more
    £24.95 (+ £3.50 P&P)
  • 4 star rating

    Dyson AM08

    4 star rating
    Cold Air Fan, Floor Fan, Tower Fan, Remote Controlled, Timer
    £299.99 Free Delivery
  • Status "STATUS 12"" Desk Fan - White"

    "For a compact, efficient solution to keeping yourself cool, consider the Status 12"" Desk... more
    £10.97 Free Delivery
  • Status "STATUS 9"" Desk Fan - White"

    "For a compact, efficient solution to keeping yourself cool, consider the Status 9"" Desk ... more
    £9.97 Free Delivery
  • Status "STATUS 6"" Desk Fan - White"

    "For a compact, efficient solution to keeping yourself cool, consider the Status 6"" Desk ... more
    £6.97 Free Delivery
  • Status "STATUS USB 4"" Portable Fan - Chrome"

    "Keep cool with the Status USB 4"" Portable Fan.Fitted with a USB power cable, this desk f... more
    £5.97 Free Delivery
  • Status "STATUS High Velocity 16"" Portable Fan - Chrome"

    "Keep yourself cool with the Status High Velocity 16"" Portable Fan.The floor fan has thre... more
    £39.97 Free Delivery
  • Xpelair Simply Silent DX100 Standard Fan

    The Simply Silent DX100 is a two speed bathroom fan, with a stylish modern facia in Cool W... more
    £24.99 Free Delivery
  • Xpelair 92961 Contour 4 Inch Fan Standard

    The quietest intermittent bathroom fan on the market, the Simply Silent Contour fan featur... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • TriStar VE-5905

    Cold Air Fan, Tower Fan, Timer, Oscillating
    £23.98 (+ £9.95 P&P)
  • Bionaire 2 in 1 Desk and Pedestal Fan

    Perfect for the home or office, this versatile Bionaire Stand Fan helps cool your surround... more
    £49.97 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Xpelair 92960 Contour 4 Inch Fan Standard

    The quietest intermittent bathroom fan on the market, the Simply Silent Contour fan featur... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)

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Crowdstorm’s guide to buying fans

Welcome to Crowdstorm’s page dedicated to the cooling power of fans. Whether you’re looking for fancy Dyson air multipliers or a cheap desk fan, we’ve got the best deals on products from the leading manufacturers – available direct from your favourite online and high street retailers.

Buying a fan isn’t the sort of thing we do every week, so to make a canny purchase you need to know the field and narrow down exactly what’s important for you to consider – as well as the price range that will include fans that meet your needs. But stay cool (sorry) – we’ve got you covered.

Kinds of fan

The first thing you need to do is narrow down your fan choice by type. They’re usually broken down into the following categories:

  • Desk fan: Don’t get personal fan and desk fans confused – a desk fan can be a large and powerful device; it just has a short stand, so if you want it high up you need to place it on a shelf, sill or (you guessed it) desk.
  • Pedestal fan: Think desk fan, but with legs. Again, don’t presume a pedestal fan is going to be more powerful than a desk fan – they’re often the exact same technology and power, but on a stand so you can place them on the floor but at the optimal height for air flow.
  • Tower fan: These tend to be at a similar height to a pedestal fan (around 4ft, although you’ll also find mini tower fans that can be placed on the ground or a des. They’re thinner by design than pedestal and desk fans, being bladeless, and tend to be lower wattage.  

Fan technology

With size and shape out of the way, it’s time to consider what’s churning that air. This can have quite a bearing on price, while you’ll also need to consider the size of room you need to be cooling.

  • Blade fans: The most common fans by far, these simple devices use spinning blades to circulate air around the room to create a cooling breeze.
  • Air multipliers: Dreamt up by those clever people at Dyson, the claim is that they create a smooth, uninterrupted air flow. But one thing is for sure – they’re super quiet; so if that’s important to you they may be worth the (quite considerable) extra expense. But don’t think they’re ‘bladeless’ – they just have lots of tiny blades hidden in that cool exterior.
  • Tower fan technology: Somewhere between the other two options, tower fans tend to have smaller blades that run their full length with the air being pushed up and down before being released from the vents, to help create a reliable breeze. They’re a little quitter than blade fans and tend to be a bit cheaper than air multipliers.

Fan bells and whistles

Once you’ve narrowed your search to size and cooling style, you’ll still notice a big difference in prices – and much of this can come down to those added extras. Some of these you’ll find essential, others surplus to requirements – so be sure you’re not paying for features you’ll never use:

  • Wattage: The higher the wattage, the more cooling power your fan should produce – but the more power it will use too. And don’t presume high wattage will create a cooler room; ‘bladeless’ models tend to use less power, while doing a better job of circulating the air.
  • Oscillating fans: To get the most out of your fan, you’ll want it to pivot and circulate air around the entire space. That’s where the oscillation comes in. Most fans will oscillate, but don’t take it for granted.
  • Speed settings: We all know how much temperatures fluctuate in the UK, so you’ll probably find varied speed settings essential!
  • Timer: Many modern fans let you programme them to come on as well as off, letting you get your office cooled before you even start work – and turn themselves off in your bedroom after you’ve managed to get to sleep.
  • Remote control: Especially with tower and pedestal fans, which you often position in the corners of rooms, is great to be able to change the speed settings without having to get up every 10 minutes.

I’ve found the perfect fan: what next?

Hopefully you’ve read our guide, used the comparison table above to find your perfect fan, and you’re ready to buy. If so, welcome to the easy bit!

Crowdstorm isn’t a retailer – we make our money from advertising. This means we can concentrate on finding the best deals out there and giving you an easy place to compare them, before sending you off to complete the sale on the official site of the retailer of your choice.

When you click the deal you like you’ll be taken directly to the right page on their website: then it’s simply a case of completing the transaction with them.

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