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Lasko 20-Inch Premium Box Fan 3-SPEED Review

Updated on October 22, 2011

Click Here to Buy Lasko 20-Inch Premium Box Fan 3-SPEED

“We bought this fan for our basement and it works great. It keeps air circulation going and does it quite well. We had this fan for several years so its definitely worth your money.”

“This fan really cuts down on my AC bill. This fan will pay for itself within 3 months.”

“This fan has the perfect size and the right noise level. I love it so much that I plan to order another one.”

"I love this fan. We use it in several rooms in our house and it always keeps the rooms cool. I recommend buying this one."

When the heat goes up, most people turn to their AC to cool down. Yet a number of people are looking for other ways to cool down because the cost of running an AC is getting more expensive. Instead of running the AC, try using a box fan instead. A box fan can keep you cool and you won’t go broke spending on electric costs.

One of the best box fans that I recommend is the Lasko 20-Inch Premium Box Fan 3-SPEED. Not only is this a good fan, but it’s also one of the cheapest money can buy. The fan is also not too wide and yet it can blow a great deal of air. The dials on this fan are easy to read and use. You can easily switch fan speeds by turning a dial. There are 3 speeds which you can set the fan to.

This fan isn’t too noisy either. It’s about as noisy as you would expect for a fan under $30. If you are looking for a cheap fan with no frills but gets the job of cooling you down done, then the Lasko 20-Inch Premium Box Fan 3-SPEED is for you.

Features

  • 30% more air velocity than other standard box fans
  • Energy efficient, high volume air movement
  • Wide body design for stability
  • 3 whisper quiet speeds
  • Specially designed grill for focusing air movement

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      shanel 7 years ago from Seattle

      If you do not have a whole house fan, you can use a box fan in the window to pull the hot air out of the room quite effectively. Nice hub.

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