REVIEW – I’ve got quite a few fans around my house, mainly because my wife has asthma and likes the air to circulate – all of the time. The Honeywell TurboForce Tower Fan looked like it might be able to finally make her happy.
What is it?
The Honeywell TurboForce Tower Fan is an oscillating dual tower fan that has separate controls for each fan.
What’s in the box?
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- Honeywell TurboForce Tower Fan
Design and features
The Honeywell TurboForce Tower Fan is a pretty simple design that incorporates two fans with an oscillating base. A top and a bottom fan ensure a very wide range of air movement. At 32″ tall it stands tall enough to be a bit off of the floor, but not so tall that it will get in the way.
The smaller top fan unit has a tilt-adjustable head that tilts up to 90 degrees upward which helps circulate the air from the ceiling area of a room. The top fan is a standard circular style 6″ fan. The bottom fan is a 12″ drum style fan that blows air directly forward. It really moves the air!
Each fan has a separate, easy to operate, 3-speed control knob. The unit has a separate on/off push switch for the oscillation feature instead of a rotating knob like some fans have.
This fan really moves a lot of air. My living room is 14’x20′ and this fan is plenty strong enough to not only move the air around, but I actually get chilled from it.
The oscillating tower design is nice in that it does not swing widely from side to side like other oscillating fans. This makes it not only operate in less space, but it does not have any distracting motion that you can see out of the corner of your eye.
What I like
- The top tilt-adjustable fan is great
- 4 position knobs (Off-Low-Medium-High)
What I’d change
- Nothing I can think of
Overall both my wife and I both love this fan. It moves the air around very nicely and it’s not very loud. It also eliminates the need for several fans. I like the fact that it’s a pretty standard design without any cryptic push-button features that are difficult to figure out. Simply plug it in, turn a knob and enjoy!