Lasko Built-In Timer Pedestal Fan, 16-Inch

Last updated: July 10, 2020


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Product Details

In our analysis of 179 expert reviews, the Lasko Built-In Timer Pedestal Fan, 16-Inch placed 15th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Great looking and capable of cooling most home spaces, this white pedestal fan from Lasko features an easy-to-use timer, adjustable height, oscillation, and tilt-back fan head. Additional features include: Adjustable height Tilt-back fan head 3 quiet, energy-efficient speeds Made in the USA from domestic & imported parts The Blue Plug™ Patented safety fuse technology Simple no-tools assembly E.T.L. listed

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The large blades bring satisfying breeze and optimal comfort.
- Ah Joo
The fan is super smooth that you will hardly hear it during operations. This will give the user a peaceful and comfortable night sleep or working hours in the office without any form of distraction.
The best part is that this stand fan requires no tool during assembly.
It is easy to assemble, requiring no tools
For your convenience and ease of use, the fan comes with a remote control, so you’ll be able to control functions such as speed levels from further away. This fan is simple in its design, so there’s the added benefit of it being easy to clean and assemble.
The Lasko 1646 is a good quality quiet fan at a reasonable price. It is quiet enough to never annoy anyone with its noise, and powerful enough to keep a room cool even on the fan’s lower settings.
A wireless remote control is also included and allows you to control the built-in timer, fan speed, or turn the fan on or off from a distance.

What reviewers didn't like

Some users may be concerned with its durability since it is made almost entirely of plastic.
Sometimes fan may make noise when it get too old and need to be replaced.
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