HLSHAOF90UC

Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan

203.2 mm Diameter - 3 Speed - Adjustable Tilt Head, Oscillating - 14.4" Height x 10.4" Width x 10.6" Depth - Charcoal

Reg. Price $50.99

Our Price $43.99 Each

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Blizzard motor and blade combination deliver powerful airflow
3 powerful speed settings allow you to control airflow
Tilt adjustable head directs airflow where you want it
Oscillation provides wide area coverage for cooling comfort
Wall-mountable option to hang from wall and save table space
  • Additional Info
SKU
HLSHAOF90UC
Manufacturer
The Holmes Group
Manufacturer Part Number
HAOF90UC
Brand Name
Holmes
Product Line
Blizzard
Product Type
Desk Fan
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Limited Warranty
3 Year
Recycled
No
Features
Adjustable Tilt Head

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Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan
 
4.0

(based on 46 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (29)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (9)

76%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best fan for an indoor overheated work environment

I work in a thrift store and our back room gets hot (80degrees+ even with air conditioning on) and we rely on fans that have been donated. You have to have a fan...Read complete review

I work in a thrift store and our back room gets hot (80degrees+ even with air conditioning on) and we rely on fans that have been donated. You have to have a fan on your face all day for it to be bearable. This little one came in and is the best and coldest air flow of any of the fans we have. This is the only one that actually makes you feel cooled off, whoever donated it to us is an angel. Someone else uses it but when I'm the only one working in the back I move it to my area because my big box fan doesn't cool a fraction of the amount this does and I'm seriously considering buying a new one out of pocket for myself.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Too soon to tell

As implied in the inserted review title, I feel not enough use has occurred to give a satisfactorily complete review of this product. Generally, it does not appear that his unit will last...Read complete review

As implied in the inserted review title, I feel not enough use has occurred to give a satisfactorily complete review of this product. Generally, it does not appear that his unit will last as long or work as effectively as the previous Holmes fan we used. This unit'ts fan cage is so "heavily" built that the airflow is reduced substantially. This design also makes the cage so heavy that the fan has trouble holding it's head up. That is the tightening screw has trouble holding the cage up when we want it to aim high(er). Perhaps, in time, we will be able to determine a tightening method to compensate for this apparent flaw. Only time will tell. Now, the deign flaw is not totally negative, however. Our old fan was built with very modest construction. This enabled it to generate substantial air movement and work very effectively. That cage was easily broken as a result of its design. My suggestion would be that future designs include a cage that contains fewer crossbars and somewhat less thickness. You will then have a sturdy cage buty one that allows for substantial airflow generation. Good luck in building the next space shuttle. :>)

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5.0

Best fan ever

By Joshf250

from South Carolina, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

Amazingly strong for such a small fan. I had one then ordered four more cause they are so great

 
5.0

So powerful and produces cold attic air!

By TMR63

from North Carolina, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

I have borrowed a fan like this from a friend and knew immediately I had to have one for my ver own. Unlike any other fan on the market the name blizzard is exactly what it produces cold air!

 
5.0

Fan puts out a lot of air for its size

By Texas bob

from Houston, TX, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

I bought this fan about a month ago this is the only fan I'll buy

 
5.0

Best fan for an indoor overheated work environment

By Jjaw

from Undisclosed

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

I work in a thrift store and our back room gets hot (80degrees+ even with air conditioning on) and we rely on fans that have been donated. You have to have a fan on your face all day for it to be bearable. This little one came in and is the best and coldest air flow of any of the fans we have. This is the only one that actually makes you feel cooled off, whoever donated it to us is an angel. Someone else uses it but when I'm the only one working in the back I move it to my area because my big box fan doesn't cool a fraction of the amount this does and I'm seriously considering buying a new one out of pocket for myself.

 
5.0

Best fan I've ever purchased

By Tackhammer

from Indiana, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

My first one lasted many years. Very powerful little fan. I bought 3 more of the same model and they work great. If you are looking for a powerful fan, this is.the one you get..

 
5.0

great air flow

By Krusty

from West Palm Beach, FL, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

I have had my fan for several years. I use it in my computer room. It has two speeds and I use it on low. It has been an excellent product.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Worked for a week.

By Jkattau9

from Indianapolis, IN, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

Bought this two weeks ago. Started acting funny after a week. Barely works now.

 
4.0

Great small fan

By Banshee

from Fresno, CA, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

Have used on low setting as they are a bit noisy but wow puts out a lot of cool air! Gets Very Hot here. Am confident will cut down on use of a/c. Great price also.

 
5.0

Reliable Fan

By Stevey

from Undisclosed

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

Replacing the same fan purchased 3 years ago and run 24/7. Easy to mount, good oscillation, wall mounted to where I wanted it. Highly recommend

 
5.0

Blizzard Fan

By Kelli8

from Philadelphia, PA, United States

Comments about Holmes Blizzard 8" Oscillating Power Fan:

This is my 3rd blizzard fan and I would not recommend any other product other than this fan. It has great cooling effects and I also use it for "white noise" at bedtime.

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