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Lasko 1854 18-inch Oscillating Pedestal Fan with Remote Control Review

Updated on July 31, 2010

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“I was surprised out how great this fan was. It’s actually quite powerful given its size and price. Along with the remote, this is just one of the best fans that you could buy. Using it is just so easy.”

“I was skeptical at first about this fan but once I turned it on my skepticism was gone. This fan was really powerful yet quiet. The remote control was like the icing on the cake. It made life easier. I can change the fan settings from anywhere in the room using the remote. I highly recommend this product.”

“I bought the Lasko 1854 on Amazon at the best price available. So far I’ve very happy with my purchase. I’ve not had any problems with this fan since I bought it 3 months ago.”

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Summertime temperatures can get really stifling if no air is moving. The best way to solve this problem is to get a fan. Not only is a fan convenient, but it is also cheaper to operate than turning on your AC. You have your choice of many different brands of fans, but if you want one that can really cool you down then you need to get the Lasko 1854 18-inch Oscillating Pedestal Fan with Remote Control.

The Lasko 1854 18-inch Oscillating Pedestal Fan with Remote Control is a great fan for rooms that are big or small. This is because you can adjust the fan to tilt up or down, let it oscillate or stand still, and adjust the height of the fan to your specification. There are three speeds on this fan including low, medium, and high depending on how cool you want your room to get. Another feature that makes this fan easy to use is the remote control that comes with it. You don’t have to get up off your seat to change your fan’s setting. Just select the option on the remote and your set. While the fan was developed with functionality in mind, aesthetics was not forgot either. This fan would look good in any room or office.


  • 18-inch pedestal fan for cooling larger rooms in the home or office
  • 3 speed settings; wide-range oscillation; tiltable head; adjustable height
  • Timer makes it possible to turn the fan off automatically after 1, 2, or 4 hours
  • Easy assembly; sturdy round base; remote control included


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