Friday, June 20, 2014

Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan, with Micro-Blade Noise Reduction Technology (review)

The Ozeri 360 Tower Fan oscillates at 60, 90, 120, or 360 degrees for partial to complete air circulation with 3 whisper quiet speed settings. Utilizing advanced cylindrical motion technology with over 200 noise-reducing micro-blades, the 360 Tower Fan achieves remarkable airflow velocity while remaining impressively quiet. The 360 Tower fan offers 3 fan whisper quiet speed settings for customized airflow. It also features 3 preprogrammed airflow patterns designed to foster sleep, relaxation and comfort with up to 360 degree complete oscillation for timely relief on a sweltering summer day or for refreshing circulation all year long. The Ozeri 360 Tower Fan features an 8-hour timer that can be programmed in 30 minute increments with ease, and a multi-colored LCD that displays all fan functions and the room temperature.
My thoughts: I have had the pleasure of reviewing several products for the Ozeri folks and been delighted with the quality. They have provided this Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan for my review.

First of all I'd like to share a little history about our family. We live in North Carolina and it can get very, very hot in North Carolina in the summer. When raising our children, our home was not air conditioned and we had several fans we used to try to move the air providing some level of comfort on those hot days and nights. We jerry-rigged those fans to get optimum airflow and yet were still hot. There is no escaping the humidity and the heat of a North Carolina summer.

Eventually we were able to have our home air conditioned. Such a relief! And such a joy. However, we didn't get rid of all the fans. You see, we realized that sometimes you just need to help move the air a bit and fans do that job.

If tower fans were around back then, I was not aware. We had small, medium, and large fans that sat on tables, the floor, and were even propped in the open window. But I can see that a tower fan would have been a super improvement on what we had available to use especially had the fan had the options that the Ozeri 360 has.

I just came back from a walk (got to get some exercise) and although it was not even 9:30  a.m. when I began, it was hot. Well, it is North Carolina and we do "hot" very well; and it was also humid, which is another of North Carolina's attributes. So right now as I write this, I am sitting enjoying the cool air of the Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan. It feels so very good. Yes, I do have air conditioning, but I am also very hot right now. So yes! This fan is super nice to come home to.

I've played with the remote to change settings and airflow speed. By depressing the timer button, you increase the duration of the fan's operation in increments of 30 minutes. The thermostat feature is interesting. When it is engaged, the fan will select the proper speed setting to achieve the target room temperature and automatically turn on or off based on that setting. Interesting.

The fan is quiet. Nice. So much is nice about the fan! But reviews are suppose to point out the "cons" as well. So here goes..... I found it difficult to assemble the base, and so I called my son to come by and he did it quickly. So not a problem except for the "some assembly required handicapped (me)." My son had difficult getting the remote battery compartment to open, but that will probably be OK after the initial opening/shutting. The fan being a tower fan and just slightly wobbly, in spite of the broad foot, should be placed on a hard surface and/or watched carefully around children. Their active little bodies would not bode well for using this fan unless care is exercised. 

Do I like it? Absolutely! I'm glad I was given this opportunity to review it. I think this is a keeper and one I can fully recommend. 

DISCLOSURE: I received a product in order to facilitate this review. No compensation was received for this review. Opinions expressed are solely my own. I was not required or expected to render a positive review.


  1. Just exactly how do you "engage," or in my case DISengage the thermostat function? I can't find this info anywhere!

  2. Here is the reply I received from our product specialists.

    The target room temperature mode is a function that will indicate, to the fan, the temperature which it should automatically turn on or off. This mode should be activated when the thermostat on the fan shows a temperature which you would like the fan to remain at. For example, if the temperature in the room (and on the fan thermostat) is 70 degrees and the target room temperature mode is activated at that time, the fan will then turn off if the temperature drops below 70 degrees or remain active if the temperature raises above 70 degrees.
    In terms of the temperature display on the fan, the fan will always display the temperature of the room as long as the fan is plugged in. It will display the temperature regardless of the fan being turned on or off.

    Please let us know if you require any further information or assistance and we would be happy to do so. Have a wonderful day :)


    1. Thanks for the reply, however, I'm still at a loss how to turn the temperature mode on and off. My fan apparently has this mode "activated," I would like to know how to DE-activate it....


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