the ones at woolies it's got a remote control (ultimate in lazy) timer and costs about $20. i've had mine for 3 years and it's going strong!
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19-01-2012 12:49 #12
I have a vornado it's a little bit expensive but not as expensive as a dyson. Unlike the dyson though (which is essentially one stylish expensive fan that's no different to a $15 fan except the blades are hidden.) it circulates air around the room. It doesn't spin but you position it in certain ways ie. bottom of an internal staircase to circulate the cool air. I was a little skeptical but I put it on while my air con is on and it really maximises it in a large space.
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