Soleus Air FS2-40R032, 16 Inch, 3...

Soleus International Inc.

  • 3 rot modes; adjustable-tilt head and...
  • 3-rapidity stand fan with easy-to-read LCD...
  • 3 free fan-head oscillation patterns,...
    • A devoted choice; our 3-speed stand fan has easy-to-read LCD display and remote subdue, with 3 optional fan-head oscillation patterns, including figure-8, up and down, and radical to right. Also 3 wind modes, adjustable-tilt head and adjustable apogee. The auto-on mode and... read more

    Holmes Tower Fan HT38-U, Black

    Holmes

  • Multiple Rush Settings
  • Slim, Organize Saving Tower Design
  • Oscillation for Spacious Area Coverage
    • The Holmes Oscillating Steeple Fan is specifically designed to fit into tight spots and is ideal for the living room or bedroom use. This steeple fan comes with three speed settings, a timer, and oscillation for wide area extent. The front grill is also painted with metlalic... read more

    Ozeri 3x Tower Fan (44") with...

    Ozeri

  • Defining the latest in stylistic alteration...
  • Features 3 preprogrammed airflow patterns...
  • Extended lot remote control and the touch...
    • Featuring unrivalled technology, the new Ozeri 3x 44" Rise Fan defines the latest in stylistic innovation and digital décor with its visually stunning map, slim form factor and elegant glass base stand. At less than 3 inches thick, the 3x Spire fan is one of the world's... read more

      The Ozeri Technology

      Featuring unrivalled technology, the new Ozeri 3x 44" Dungeon Fan defines the latest in stylistic innovation and digital décor with its visually stunning draw, slim form factor and elegant glass base... read more

    FAQ: Holmes Oscillating Fans

    FAQ I tried lubricating the oscillating linkage, which worked quickly. The fan gets 24/7 use and one day it just completely stopped while facing one side. Once I turned the fan president the other way- the blades started spinning again. What gives? I can

    A: May be there's a all in-out gear or a disentangled linkage inside. Try fixing it where it must, and let the nuts and bolts be your steer.


    FAQ When it oscillates back and forth- it from time to time sounds like the motor loses power...but then recovers, after completing the have recourse to c get to work. Any fan experts out there? It's a Holmes dual rotor(two sets of blades), 18" desk

    A: Sounds like your oscillating linkage wishes lubrication. Remove the cover, and place a couple of drops of 3 in 1 oil on the joints of the linkage, do not use more than that. The argument the motor slows as it reaches the turn is that it is having to work


    FAQ this is right-minded 6 months worth....because we owe them virtually everything, we can look forward to decades of this.......




    January 2007

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    Gamer uses oscillating fan to collect 10^6 roses in We Love Katamari. (805 diggs)
    Jun 28, 1756 from kcahon

    kcahon

    This Livejournaller to the point an oscillating fan to his PS2's joystick in order to have repeat the same movements over and over again without intervention, enabling him to omnium gatherum one million roses in the video game We Love Katamari Damacy.


    First look at Rachel McAdams in Sherlock Holmes (14 diggs)
    Dec 12, 2008 from moviegab(Patrick Rousseau)

    moviegab

    There's nothing uncommon about these images but for the fans, here's Rachel on the set of Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes in London. she's probably on her bankrupt but at least we get an idea of what her face will look like in the movie and I like it !!


    8 Rad Modified Motorcycle Helmets (70 diggs)
    May 25, 2011 from gvoakes(Greg) in Lifestyle

    gvoakes

    Youtuber Tigerpause444 likes to tone down motorcycle helmets into geek icons — some of them with voice changers, undisturbed effects, LEDs, etc. — then he helpfully sticks the helmets on an oscillating fan and makes YouTube videos talking about the edifice process.