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Holmes HSF1610A-WTU 16" Stand Fan

Item# 03235163000P | Model# HSF1610A-WTU | Added on April 1, 2019 |
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Holmes HSF1610A-WTU 16" Stand Fan
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Rapid Cooling for Any RoomThe Holmes 16" stand fan provides cooling relief during hot and muggy weather. The sturdy pedestal base and multiple speed settings make this stand fan ideal for use in medium and large rooms. Oscillating action helps cool larger areas more quickly.

  • 3 speed settings let you choose the cooling action
  • 16-inch blade diameter circulates air effectively
  • Sleep/breeze mode creates soft air movement
  • Automatic shut-off timer
  • Wide-area oscillation helps to circulate airflow in places other fans don't reach
  • Telescoping height adjustable pole keeps air moving where you need it
  • Tilt-adjustable fan head allows you to target the direction of airflow where you need it for maximum relief
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ELAINE PAPAIN
| Earned 8 community points in Holmes

Fabulous Fan

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This is a great product it works really well with the remote and was a real find! I highly recommend it.

January 5th
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Long Ortiz
| Earned 7 community points in Holmes
July 18th
TELICIA BLYTHE
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Broke at just a couple days past 2 months owned

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When I first started using it, it gave off a squeaking noise. It was not too loud so it was tolerable. It would increase and decrease at certain times but still worked. Eventually it got extremely loud and stopped working completely. There is some sort of wire shortage. It will work if I hit the motor housing but only for a few seconds.

If you touch the protective cover of the fan, the fam hits the little bars. I am hoping that can be adjusted somehow but to stop any interference we just did not touch it unless it was off. It looks unique but I am not sure the smaller blades makes a huge difference.

January 10th
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ADAM AROCHO
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January 4th
Mauricio Ortuno
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November 13th
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