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Lasko 2520 16-inch White Oscillating Stand Fan
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Lasko 2520 16-inch White Oscillating Stand Fan

Item# SPM7987935217 | Model# 2520 | Added on June 30, 2012 | Source: Overstock.com | Available At 2 Sellers
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This adjustable height, 90-degree oscillating stand fan in white is energy efficient and helps effectively cool an area with its tilt-back design. It is designed for quiet operation with three speed settings and maximum airflow circulation.

  • 16-inch Performance Pedestal Fan utilizes the advanced performance grill to provide maximum air flow
  • Fan features a fully adjustable height, optional oscillation, and adjustable tilt-back
  • White fan has three whisper-quiet speeds and an attractive design
  • Full-room air circulation
  • 90-degree oscillation or stationary cooling
  • Fully adjustable height (from 37 to 53 inches) provides maximum versatility
  • Adjustable tilt-back to direct air where needed
  • Energy-efficient operation
  • UL listed
  • Model number 2520
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