Fans & Air Conditioners

Keep your cool with our range of fans. From desk fans and tower fans to oscillating fans, we’ve got the solution you need. We’ve also got a wide range of sizes as tiny as mini fans and portable fans, to large fans like standing pedestal fans. If you want a super-cool room, opt for an air conditioner instead, or an air cooler if you're on a budget.

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Why buy a fan or an air conditioner?

If you want to sleep better at night and to increase your energy and concentration during the day, then purchasing a fan is the right way to go! It will give you that much-needed ventilation of air around you daily for your benefit. Perfect for those hot summer days and nights, having a fan is vital in ensuring a cool body. A fan effectively reduces the heat around you by circulating the air.
Air conditioners are often multifunctional for your convenience and can offer both cooling and heating needs with an added built-in dehumidifying function. This means that they can be used all year round – what more could you ask for?! You will find that these air-con units will adapt to your current weather conditions, room size and seating arrangement with ease. Even better – they are highly efficient with a high cooling capacity yet have been made environmentally friendly too with an extra energy-saving sleep function. With a wide range available, choose the model most suitable for you and enjoy the coolness it will provide.

 

How does a fan work?

Electric fans move the air around through the rotary motion of their blades. Unlike air con, a fan doesn’t add cool air into a room, it simply circulates the existing air within a room. A fan gives you the sensation of being cool as it speeds the evaporation of sweat on human skin.

How to make a fan cooler

There are plenty of methods to make a fan cooler. One of those is to place an ice bucket or frozen plastic water bottles in front or behind your fan. That way, when the air travels through the ice, it will spread the cool air throughout the room.

Which fan to choose?

Firstly, you need to consider which room you will place the fan in, then think about the power, size and speed. With a wide range of fans available, including tower fans, desk fans and pedestal fans you can choose the model most suitable for you. Each fan will have different features, such as portable fans that you can move to where you need it most or oscillating fans to give you the best air circulation. Some fans come with three adjustable speed options for you to control your desired airflow at your convenience. With some fans operating quietly, you will even be able to keep it on throughout the night, allowing for a cool and comfortable sleep whilst ensuring peace is not compromised. Check out our fans buying guide to help you choose the right design and features.

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