HLSHT38RBU

Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan

3 Speed - Oscillating, Carrying Handle, Quiet, Auto Safety Shutoff - 32" Height x 7.5" Width - Black, Gray

Reg. Price $98.99

Our Price $98.93 Each

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3 speed settings and oscillation offer wide coverage
Space-saving design and quiet operation make this perfect for shared areas
Top-mounted control panel lets you conveniently control settings
Integrated carry handle allows you to easily move fan from room to room
  • Additional Info
SKU
HLSHT38RBU
Manufacturer
Jarden Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
HT38RB-U
Brand Name
Holmes
Product Model
HT38RB-U
Product Type
Floor Fan
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Limited Warranty
3 Year
Recycled
No
Features
Oscillating

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Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan
 
3.4

(based on 65 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (30)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (20)

63%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very quiet and efficient!

I bought this item over a month ago and have used it several times since. I am happy with the features and it is very quiet and efficient. I love the sleek look and...Read complete review

I bought this item over a month ago and have used it several times since. I am happy with the features and it is very quiet and efficient. I love the sleek look and it works great!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Oscillating Tower Fan - No replacement parts

This fan has no replacement parts for the base which is made out of cheap plastic. It only took one fall in the first month of use to break the base.

This fan has no replacement parts for the base which is made out of cheap plastic. It only took one fall in the first month of use to break the base.

Reviewed by 65 customers

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3.0

Base Not As Study As It Could Be

By magrippe

from Cleveland, OH, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

The pedestal base is probably the worst part of this unit. It runs fine. The remote is nice. Some assembly was required. But the screw holes are very shallow. I stripped one of the screw holes. But even with all of them intact, it is still a bit unstable. I would not purchase this type again.

 
3.0

Nice and quiet

By Mumpster

from Merrimac, MA, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

I like the quiet but was disappointed with the volume of air that it pushes.

 
5.0

Like this fan!

By They call me MO

from Cary, IL

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Bought this fan for some special needs ladies that I work with and they are loving it in their bedroom. Totally spoiled them with the remote control.

 
5.0

Love this fan.

By Maurak

from La Grange, IL, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

I now have five of these fans. Sturdy and the remote is bonus. Bought my first one three years ago and it's still going strong.

 
5.0

Works great

By NeilMinneapolis

from Undisclosed

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Works great, bought it for my upstairs office, very quiet and it works great

 
5.0

Son loves it

By Wrabb

from Idaho, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Bought for my son as he needed a second fan forh is house. He loves it.

 
5.0

Love it!

By Cinnamon

from Orlando, FL, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

It arrived on time. Love the fact the it saves me money by keeping my home cool & not having to turn my ac on. I sleep like a baby since I bought this nice looking town fan. Thank you .. I will be ordering another for another room.

 
1.0

Very bad product

By KKSK

from Chicago, IL, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Very very bad we are using the two fans in one room to can feel that we have some air

 
4.0

Good remote controlled fan but...

By Jayword

from Vermont, United States

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Really good quiet space saver fan but I wish it has a manual directional up and down flow since it's not that tall.

 
4.0

Overall a great purchase

By Liron

from Undisclosed

Comments about Holmes Tower Oscillating Fan:

Keeps me cool even in the warmest days. I wish it would be more stable, cause it's shaking a bit. And would love for it to angle up a little bit so I would feel it when I stand as well. But for the price I paid I'm super satisfied with it.

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