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    Default Recommend me a good pedestal fan

    I'm heading out soon to go buy a fan. Any suggestions? Any I should steer clear of?
    Thanks, I look forward to checking replies when I get to the shops

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    I have a cheapo $11 one from big w have had it for 3 years and works great haha

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    LG.

    Sorry couldn't help it lol.

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    If money is not an issue, I would buy a dyson. No blades for littleys to get their fingers caught in, plus they are so quiet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    LG.

    Sorry couldn't help it lol.
    Ha ha! I know! Every time I start a thread about appliances I get that :P Time for a name change I think

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    I've had 2 x El-Cheapo $10 ones from Bunnings since 2002. They're still running perfectly! And do a great job!


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    oh i would agree with dyson (not that I have one)

    my dad turned up at my house with this fancy, remote controlled, mulit pivoting thing - was $150. broker after 2mths.

    I now have a couple of $20 fans that have been going strong for almost 3yrs.

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    If I had the money I would go a dyson

    I have 2 cheap $15 kmart or bunnings fans work well had them awhile no problems

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    We got ours cheap from Kmart. It is a silver/chrome one. In the past our more pricey ones have broken, but this el-cheapo is still going strong from last summer lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LG View Post
    Ha ha! I know! Every time I start a thread about appliances I get that :P Time for a name change I think
    NAW!!! You've broken my heart I've been waiting for you to start an appliance based thread just so I could make a joke...*runs away crying*..

    Nar, on a serious note, I've still got pedestal fans from those cheap shops and one from Aldi and they're really good.


 

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