Tower fans are remarkable devices. Not only do they circulate the air within a home better than a box fan, but they also do it without taking up a whole lot of space. These fans can easily be placed on a table or in a corner, and they’ll still keep air moving throughout the room. All a person has to do to enjoy these benefits is to buy the best one they can.
Of course, it isn’t always easy determining which model may be the best one. After all, there are a lot of different fans out there, and all of them claim to be the best one available. That has prompted me to do my own research and see which ones really are the best. And I think I’ve found some pretty good models. Hopefully, you’ll agree with me.
My Picks for The 10 Best Tower Fans
#10 Honeywell Quietset 8-Speed Fan
The first thing I would like to say is that I’m pretty impressed with the number of speeds this tower fan has available. It can be set to one of eight different speeds, which really makes it convenient for me to find one that’s best for me. It’s also a fan that’s super quiet and can oscillate, so it’s capable of delivering air throughout the entire room. Another thing that I like is the touch control that can be dimmed to one of 5 different levels, so I can use the fan in my room.
#9 Lasko T42951 Wind Curve Portable Fan
This fan may not have the complex features that some fans have, but it does have some basic features which make it a good one to own. It has 3-different speed settings: high, medium, and low, and it has a 13-13-inch footprint that allows it to be used just about anywhere. It stands just 43-inches tall and really delivers some great air flow. The best thing about this product, however, is that it’s whisper quiet, so I can always use it in my bedroom, especially while I’m trying to sleep.
#8 Ozeri 360 Oscillating Micro-Blade Fan
When I received this fan, I noticed that it had a technology called Micro-Blade Technology, which simply means that it has a couple of hundred staggered blades that help to generate airflow quietly. I was skeptical at first, but I did notice that this fan was pretty quiet. It might not be the quietest fan I’ve ever heard, but it’s doesn’t make a whole lot of noise. Other features I noticed on this fan included 3-programmable airflow patterns, oscillation up to 360-degrees, an 8-hour timer, and convenient remote control.
#7 Trustech Bladeless Oscillating Fan
One of the reasons that I knew I was going to like this tower fan was that it used bladeless technology that made it safe for use around children and pets. After all, it can be nerve-wracking to have a bladed fan around children. Having said that, there’s more than that to like about this fan. I also liked that it had a tall sleek design and had 70-degrees of oscillation. It also was fairly quiet and produced some good airflow. All good reasons to really like this fan.
#6 Soleus Air 35-Inch Fan With Remote
This fan might not be fancy, but it gets the job done. It has three different fan speeds and LED lights that show exactly how the fan is set, so there’s no guesswork. It also features remote control operation and a 7.5-hour automatic timer that makes it easy to use. Another thing I liked was that it had side-to-side oscillation and it produced some really good airflow. That’s pretty good for a fan that seems like a no-frills fan.
#5 Seville Classics Ultra Slimline 40-Inch Fan
This 40-inch fan can be used just about anywhere it’s needed. I use it for my husband’s study, but I can see how it can be used for offices, bedrooms, or even living rooms quite effectively. One of the things that I like about this fan is that it doesn’t take up a whole lot of space, and has approximately a one square foot footprint. Other features I like include its 75-degrees of oscillation, its super easy-to-use push-button control panel, and remote control operation that makes it convenient to use.
#4 Lasko Oscillating 36-Inch Fan
One of the first things I would like to mention about this tower fan is that it doesn’t cost as much as some of the other fans found on this list. Sure, it might not have advanced features, but it does have the basic features that make it quite useful for use in almost any home. For example, it has a slim design that saves floor space, and it has 3 different fan speeds. And because it’s ETL-listed, it’s also safe to use as well. In my opinion, all of those reasons are good reasons to take a look at this fan.
#3 Genesis 43-Inch Digital Fan
This 43-inch fan may cost more than some of its competitors, but it does have quite a few great features that make it useful in the home or at the office. It has 6-speed settings and 3 different wind-type settings, so the homeowner can determine the airflow in their room. It also has a 12-hour programmable timer and comes with a remote. And since this fan is only 12.5×12.5-inches in size and 43-inches tall, it can be placed virtually anywhere to enjoy its cool breeze.
#2 Pelonis 3-Speed Oscillating Fan
This high-quality fan doesn’t require a whole lot of assembly in order to use it, and once it’s assembled, it does a great job of circulating air in a room. This model has 60-degree oscillation and is pretty quiet for a fan of its size. It also features a 7-hour programmable timer, an LED display and 3 different speeds. And above all, it even comes with remote control operation, so I can control it from the kitchen while I’m cooking or from my bed while I’m laying down for a nap.
#1 Lasko 42-Inch Wind Curve Fan
This 43-inch tower fan not only fits in tight corners, but it also has an elegant look that makes it attractive enough to use in just about any room. This fan only has a 13×13-foot footprint and has wood trim that looks really nice. This model also has a carry handle that makes it easy to move from room to room, and it has a remote control so that it can be operated from anywhere. This makes it the ideal fan for the bedroom, living room, or kitchen.