Temperatures are starting to warm up, and that means fans are about to come out of hiding. If you’re looking for a new tower fan to circulate air in a room, you might be interested in this deal on the Dreo 42″ Tower Fan.

Tower fans are pretty nice for cooling a larger room, particularly since you can run them at a lower (quieter) speed and still get a lot of air moving. I’ve also found that you tend to get what you pay for, as I’ve had several be done after a single summer. So, what all do you get with this three-and-a-half foot tall fan? Here’s the highlights:

  • 24ft/s Velocity: This tower fan is equipped with a powerful motor and a unique air-duct that can provide a velocity of 24ft/s, effectively distributing airflow around the room. It lets you enjoy the cool quickly
  • Lower Noise, More Serenity: This bladeless fan adopts a unique air-duct design with fluid mechanics and minimize noise. Brings a comforting, cool, and ultra-quiet breeze, helping you to sink into a soothing night of rest
  • 90° Oscillation Tower Fan: Compared to other 65°oscillating fans, for quicker cooling, ours provides wider coverage of airflow to increase indoor air circulation
  • 6 Speeds+3 Modes + Additional Auto Mode: Customize your breeze with 6 speeds and 3 modes (Normal, Natural, and Sleep). Stay cool on hot summer days in the bedroom, study, or office. If you activate the pedestal fan’s auto mode, the velocity of the wind will automatically change with the temperature, allowing your room to always stay pleasant and healthy
  • Clear LED Display: Track the room temperature, speed, mode and timer settings on the floor fan’s large LED display. Easily access all settings via the control panel or remote control. Convenient and easy to use. [Note:Set the tower fan to sleep mode. The LED display will turn off automatically after 20 seconds, allowing a restful night’s sleep]

As for us, we do have one of these fans in for a full review, so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime, this 11% off deal drops the fan to $79.99 for the standard version (the wifi-enabled one stays at $99.99). So, check it out over at Amazon before the deal runs out on 3/25, or sit tight and await our review. dreo.com

By Patrick Kansa

A big data developer and leader with a penchant for gadgets, books, watches and beverages. You can find my work on WristWatchReview, Knapsack.News, and Slushpile. If you're on Twitter and/or Instagram, you'll find me there as @PatrickWatches.

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