The Best Air Cooling Fans To Invest In Now
The editors of Yahoo Entertainment are committed to independently selecting great products at great prices for you. We may receive a share of purchases made through the links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change.
It doesn’t take much for me to say “Phew! What a burner! Just a negligible increase in temperature will cause me to pick up shorts and load the ice cube tray.
But when summer finally arrives and even manages to string together days, if not weeks, of hot weather, then I think we can all feel justified in investing in a cooling fan.
Fan technology has evolved considerably. Smart cooling, built-in timers, and even allergy-free air purification are all offered, often in a sleek chassis unlike that of Bootsale Challenge.
Read on for our guide to the best cooling fans that will keep you cool during the humid months to come …
A sleek edifice in silver or white, this Dyson features exclusive Air Multiplier technology to keep your room cooler, without the roar of hurricane waves.
Air Multiplier technology works by sucking in the surrounding air, then excelling in providing a constant flow of air. The manufacturer says this allows it to run on much more energy efficient.
Buy it: Dyson AM07 tower fan | £ 339 from PC World Currys
And because it is bladeless, the AM07 is not a dust trap waiting to send clouds of dirt into your room.
The AM07 is suitable for large spaces and can swing 90 degrees. It comes with a handy remote control, so you can experiment with its different speed settings. Cleverly, this curved controller can be stored on the unit itself.
No wonder the AM07 currently marks an impressive 8.7 out of 10 buyers at Currys PC World.
Fans don’t have to lack style, as evidenced by this statement piece from John Lewis and Partners. Boasting an unusual wood-effect design, this eye-catching tower features an LED status display with touch controls.
Buy it: Wood effect conical tower fan | John Lewis £ 90
However, you don’t need to intervene, as the fan also comes with a remote control, making it easy to switch between its three wind modes.
The Tapered Tower has three fan speeds, with fixed or oscillating options. A built-in timer means you can schedule it to start floating in an eight-hour window. John Lewis buyers praise both its elegant design and the power of the fan.
If you are looking for a more compact cooling solution that can also improve the air quality in your home, then Dyson Pure CoolMe seems the ideal solution. Suitable for the home office or bedroom, it features a HEPA filter capable of capturing 99.5% of unwanted airborne particles. Just the ticket if you have sniffy allergies.
Buy it: Dyson Pure Cool Me Air Purifier | £ 299 at Currys
pure cool me uses the Dyson Core Flow system, for a constant flow of cooling air, and comes with a programmable timer, up to eight hours in advance. A nifty remote control is included in the box.
The airflow can be adjusted by tilting the dome, which allows you to customize the flow. It will also rotate 70 degrees for the widest distribution. A simple LCD display helps you keep an eye on fan speed and filter, alerting you when it needs to be changed.
The Dyson Cool Me Air Purifier is currently rated 8.4 out of 10 by Curry buyers.
Watch: The zoo gives the animals popsicles