My husband is always hot. I swear he has an internal furnace. I, on the other hand, am always on the colder side. So, a fan is a great option for us. I tend to be a little clutsy, and my younger son is a bull in a china shop. So, I love the bladeless fan option. I like how there are more affordable options than the creator of the bladeless fan. With this fan, I don’t have to worry about anyone hurting themselves, or knocking things into it. It has a high and low setting, and even LED lights, if needed. The icing on the cake with this fan, is the remote control. It works really well. You need to face it to the front of the fan, and it is very responsive. The only action that can be a little temperamental with the remote, is the “sway” option. This is the button you press when you want the fan to slowly turn 180 degrees. It turns left to right, and really spreads the breeze. Sometimes, I have to press it several times for it to pick up this action. It has always eventually picked it up for me, though. The actions that you can choose with both the remote and from the buttons on the front of the fan are: Power, Sway, Low, High, and Lights. The high and low are represented by a + and – signs on the fan itself. The light option on the fan is shown by a lightbulb, and the sway option is shown by a circle with an arrow on the end of it, on the fan. The fan buttons are subtle, but you can tell what they are if you look closely at them. They are very responsive, and work right away for me every time, so far. The white LED lights surround the base of the fan. I really love the lighting. It is subtle, and looks great on. It helps light the area at night, but it is not too bright, and does not keep us up at night. You can run the lights independently from the fan. I like that option a lot. They do not get hot to the touch either. This is not a strong blowing fan. It is a great side table fan. It will not cool down an entire room. It does a great job for close proximity; for example, if you put it by you when you are in bed, or sitting on the couch. The fan is actually a lot quieter than regular fans. Yes, it does make noise. The internal parts blow the air up into the upper archway, and the air blows out of the groove along the archway, into your room. It really is a nice working fan. You do have to snap the top part onto the lower half, upon arrival. It can be really finicky too. I kept feeling like I was going to break it. It took more over 10 tires, but I finally was able to snap it together. Once snapped in, it is seated pretty tight. It doesn’t shake or wobble at all. The power cord is separate, and attaches at the base of the fan. It is a regular 2 prong plug. So far, so good. I am comfortable recommending this product.
If received this product for free, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. – Aura Bladeless Fan, Oscillating Fan, With Decorative LED Light & Remote Control (Silver).
If you would like to purchase this fan, it can be found here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0128WINHO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1