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What types of fans are available on sale?

Fans come in all shapes, sizes, and types, and all of them are on sale right now, making it the perfect time to buy. Fan types range from tower and pedestal fans that stand tall to provide sufficient cooling for an entire room, to smaller floor or table fans, miniature handheld fans, and wall mounted fans that stay out of the way but provide a comforting breeze of air from the wall or ceiling.

Larger fans range in size from 12 inches all the way up to 54-inch fans for large spaces, industrial settings, or workshops. Some even have adjustable height to position exactly how you want it, or wheels, especially useful if you plan to move it from room to room.

There are key features worth considering when deciding which fan on sale you want to grab for your home, office, or on the go.

How to choose the right fan to meet your needs

Even if you have central air conditioning at home, a fan can expand the flow of air and offer cooling in areas of the home that still remain hot, like the upper level or garage. If you don't have air conditioning, fans are a must for summer.

A pedestal fan or tower fan makes the most sense for full coverage of an entire room. Depending on room layout, a tower fan might be best to tuck away in a corner. You might be able to get away with a floor or even table fan, however, if the room is relatively small. Many fans have an oscillating option, moving back and forth to cool every corner of the room versus offering a focused blast of breeze in one spot, which is really useful for spreading the cool air around. If you just want to cool a small area of a room, like your desk or bed, however, a table or wall fan might do the trick.

For on the go use, a miniature USB or handheld fan is perfect to take with you to the office.

What are the most important features to consider in a fan?

No matter which type of fan you decide on, there are a number of key features to consider. Does it have multiple speeds to accommodate your needs for a low and quiet breeze one day or to crank it up and enjoy the chill another? Oscillation is important if you don't like a focused breeze of air coming at you the whole time. A tilt head is handy, too, if you want to direct the air slightly below or above your head.

A silent motor is critical if you're using a fan in the home office where you need to focus and might be conducting phone calls. A timer is a great feature if you want the fan to start cooling a room every day 15 minutes or so before you enter, for example, as well as turn off automatically if you forget to manually do so.

If you only want to keep yourself cool at your desk, a miniature desktop fan might suffice for simply yet effective personal cooling. Whichever type you feature and what features you find most important, the good news is all types and sizes are on sale.