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Do you need a helping hand staying cool? Look no further than OnBuy's impressive online collection of pedestal fans for sale. Packed with all kinds of models including oscillating, remote controlled, and multi-speed pedestal fans, there's a wide range of styles you can explore. Plus, it's filled with popular home appliance brands such as Swan and Oypla, so you'll never be short of trustworthy options.
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What's the difference between a pedestal fan and tower fan?
Perhaps the most traditional kind of fan, the pedestal pan is a popular choice for home cooling. These portable electric fans come in a range of styles including oscillating fans and floor standing fans and are easily recognised by their circular metal frame head that contains whirring blades. Tower fans, on the other hand, are much taller and slimmer - hence their name and often come with more features. Indeed, tower fans are more likely to be combined with a night light or air purifier giving them multiple purposes and saving you money on purchasing separate gadgets. Plus, they're typically much quieter than pedestal fans as they don't have whirring blades.
However, tower fans are also often more expensive for these reasons which makes pedestal fans a more affordable alternative for keeping cool. Not to mention, pedestal fans are also known for their power as they boast a strong airflow output when compared to tower fans. Some of the taller pedestal fans can even create a brilliant airflow over your furniture which makes them a popular choice for cooling down large spaces like living rooms and open plan kitchen/diners. If you're not sure where to start, then we recommend taking a look at pedestal fans from trusted brands in this cool category such as Swan and Oypla.
Do pedestal fans use a lot of electricity?
If you're incredibly tempted to snap up a pedestal fan but are worried about your increasing energy usage, then you'll be interested to know just how much energy pedestal fans use in comparison to ceiling fans and air conditioner units. Indeed, while you can expect your typical ceiling fan to use around 65W per hour, a standard pedestal fan uses a fraction of this amount - around 40W per hour.
However, the exact wattage of each pedestal fan will vary, but you can typically expect larger pedestal fans to consume more energy than smaller, tabletop or desk fans. No matter which pedestal fan catches your eye, their relatively low energy consumption means you won't have to worry about skyrocketing energy bills and can concentrate on cooling yourself down instead. If you're looking to buy pedestal fans online, you're in the right place!