Top 10 Best Rated Fans 2019

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Depending on where you stay, summer can get sweltering and an excellent fan will make it bearable.

Unlike air-conditioners, fans are exceptionally energy efficient and save you a not-insignificant amount of money. All fans work on the same principle of pushing air around but not all of them are built to the same quality.

Fans differ in how they cool the air stream and their features. Some fans act with an air purifier to clean the air while others use evaporate coolers to reduce the temperature.

When buying a fan, we also need to consider size, rotation speed, price, efficiency, and noise. We have compiled a list of some of the best fans in the current year for your pursual.

Best Fans 2019

1. Vornado 660 Whole Room Air Circulator

Vornado is cheap, capable of cooling a large area and move air up to 100 feet. It is one of the best fans for 2019. Vornado 660 excels at cooling medium-sized rooms and can easily tilt up or down with a chrome glide.

Specs

  • 12 x 13.5 x 15-inches
  • Five-year warranty
  • 100-feet max distance
  • Four-speed settings
  • 3-pounds in weight
  • Push-button controls
  • Six-feet power cord

Pros

  • Intuitive controls
  • Glossy finish
  • Quiet
  • Easy-to-clean
  • Comes in two-colours
  • Sturdy
  • Impressive warranty

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Not quiet
  • Difficult to reassemble after cleaning

2. Dyson Pure Cool (TP04)

Dyson TP04 acts both as a home gizmo and a fantastic air purifier at the same time. It is excellently built to remove up to 99.95% of ultra-fine air particulates with terrifying efficiency.

TP04 comes with smart app features compatible with both iOS and Android. It is quiet, sleek, and comes with remote control.

Dyson Pure cool has too many features than we can talk about here.

Specs

  • Tower format
  • Ten-speed settings
  • iOS and Android compatible smart controls
  • 98kg in weight
  • Timer and Oscillation
  • Air purifier type

Pros

  • Sleek design
  • Energy-efficient
  • Easy to use
  • Acts as an air purifier

Cons

  • Pricy

3. Evapolar evaChill EV-500

Evapolar evaChill is not just an ordinary fan. It is called an evaporative cooler because it uses its built-in water tank to cool air by evaporation.

While there are no display or many speed settings, it cools the air efficiently and quickly. It is small though and only recommended for small rooms and campers. EV-500 is so energy efficient that it can run on just 6.2W of power, which means it can be powered by a power bank.

Specs

  • 172 x 170 x 170-mm
  • Evaporative cooler type
  • 800ml water tank
  • Four-speed settings
  • No oscillation or timer
  • No heat mode

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Energy-efficient
  • Can run on a power bank
  • Small and quiet
  • Fast-acting cooling

Cons

  • Its first two settings are too slow
  • Too small for most room sizes
  • No timer or oscillation
  • Replacement cartridges are expensive

4. Seville Classics UltraSlimLine 40-inch Tower Fan

Seville designed this Tower fan to circulate tremendous amounts of air without occupying much space. It is powerful enough to cool large rooms and doesn’t lack much in features.

While reviewers say there is some squeaking, it is relatively quiet for such a large fan. UltraSlimLine has a steel grill and plastic housing is compact and unobtrusive and has more tip-resistance than expected.

Specs

  • Oscillates and has a timer
  • Remote control
  • Four-speed settings
  • One-year warranty
  • 11 x 11.8 x 40-inches
  • 20-pounds in weight

Pros

  • Cheap and Compact
  • Relatively quiet
  • Sleek design
  • High performance
  • Excellent for large rooms
  • Can shut off automatically

Cons

  • Warranty is only for a single year
  • Noisy while oscillating

5. Meacofan 1056 Air Circulator

Meacofan is not known for its beauty, but it has an excellent performance. 1056 offers 12-speed settings, both vertical and horizontal oscillation, and an on/off timer.

It is suitable for large rooms and remarkably quiet. 1056 comes at a cheap price and its excellent performance makes it one of the best UK fans in 2019.

Specs

  • 12-speed settings
  • Remote control
  • Oscillation and timer
  • 32kg in weight
  • Cooling fan type
  • Desk or floor format

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Quiet and durable
  • Powerful
  • 360-degree oscillation with remote control

Cons

  • Weird design

6. Dyson Pure Hot Plus Cool

Dyson Pure Hot plus Cool can like the name suggests cool your room in winter or heat it in summer. It has an awesome design, a magnetic lock for the remote control, smart features, and an air purifier.

There is too much to be an aid in this model to describe here, but; it is worth it.

Specs

  • 205 x 130 x 248-mm
  • Timer and 350-degree oscillation
  • Heat mode (max 37-degree)
  • Tower fan type
  • Ten-speed settings

Pros

  • Three-in-one design
  • Impressive air purifier
  • Freakishly quiet
  • Sleek design

Cons

  • Pricy (ridiculous)

7. Honeywell Remote Control Evaporative Air Cooler (CX10XE)

Honeywell works best in dry environments because it is an evaporative air cooler. It can cool up to 16-square-meters, reduce temperatures to 8-degrees Celsius, and very conspicuous.

Specs

  • 1kg in weight
  • 80cm in height
  • Evaporative cooler type
  • No oscillation or timer
  • Variable speed settings
  • Desk format
  • 10-litre water tank

Pros

  • Excellent cooling
  • portable
  • Cheap
  • Effective performance

Cons

  • Not silent
  • Ugly design

8. MeacoFan 650 Air Circulator

MeacoFan 650 is a desktop model fan that excels at performance. Despite being relatively compact, it can move an impressive amount of air. It is quiet and can oscillate.

Specs

  • 260 x 254 x 343-mm
  • 12-speed settings
  • Desktop platform
  • Timer and oscillation

Pros

  • Quiet and cheap
  • Relatively compact
  • Excellent performance
  • Portable
  • Cheap
  • Has a remote control

Cons

  • Oscillation could be better
  • Only suitable for small rooms
  • Control panel does not have all controls

9. Stadler Form Q

Form Q is funky and made of industrial-grade steel. It is a 36cm swiss-designed fan with three-speed settings, a sore knob on the leg, and a removable wire mesh on both blade sides.

Specs

  • Floor platform
  • Three-speed settings
  • 4kg in weight
  • No timer or oscillation
  • Cooling fan type

Pros

  • Weird design
  • Efficient
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Industrial grade
  • Durable

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Not enough features

10. Swan Retro Desktop Fan

For such a cheap fan, we can say with confidence that Swan Retro is worth it.

Specs

  • Cooling fan type
  • 8kg in weight
  • Oscillation but no timer
  • Desk platform
  • Three-speed settings
  • Nine colours
  • 12-inch and tilt

Pros

  • Fantastic cooling
  • Variety in colours
  • Cheap and lightweight
  • Retro look

Cons

  • Foggy quality
  • Not quiet

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