Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tower Fan from Ozeri

Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is solely my own and may differ from others. The product/s being described in this review was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.

This past week, I was worried about my family back home because of the recent typhoon that hit the Philippines.  My Mom's  house isn't  fully repaired yet from the devastation  of the last typhoon that hit the country and here it is again.  I could only pray that may  God spare our place from being hit hard.  December is such an emotional month for me.  It's a happy time but  it's also a bit sad because I miss my family back home.  

Glad I have blogs where I can express my emotions.  An avenue where I can spend my time being productive.  If it wasn't for my blogs, I would go  bananas sometimes when I am feeling homesick.  Blogging gave me that too voice out my opinion, not only about my family but also in what I think about  certain products that I get to try.  I recently received this Tower Fan from Ozeri  that.  It is 44' tall and it offers a passive noise reduction technology which I really love.  I was a little concerned   when I found it at our front porch because it was raining that day and I wasn't home, the delivery guy put it by the railing where the rain was hitting it.  
We opened it and inspect and thanks goodness, it wasn't wet inside.  Ozeri usually packaged their products very well and secure anyway which is really nice.
The boys put them together to test how it works.  I know that it's Winter and we don't need it yet but it's nice to have.  Time flies and we would be looking forward for another  summertime and this would be a great addition to keep us cool.
I love that aside from the touch sensitive LED control panel, it also comes with an Extended range remote control.  The LED control panel   provide easy access to all features, including a 7.5 hour timer that can be programmed in 30 minute increments.
At the back of the fan, there is a slot that serves as the handle when you lift the fan to  transfer from one place to another and it also serve as the  storage for the remote control when not in use.  

My husband love the upgraded canted fan blades that utilize the physics of blade curvature to generate opposing sound waves which reduces blade noise and isolate the soothing sounds of the airflow itself. This fan features 3 pre-programmed airflow patterns designed to foster sleep, relaxation and comfort with 90 degree whisper-quiet oscillation for optimal air circulation. You can barely notice that the fan is on because it is not noisy at all. This tower fan is engineered with 3 independently controllable fans and 3 fan speeds, offering up to 9 levels of cooling and customized airflow. This really give you the option of how you want your fan to function.

This is my firs time to have a tall and thin fan. Ozeri defines the latest in style and innovation offering digital decor and other unique features.
The bottom of the stand is the heaviest part of all of these which makes it  really secure when standing.
This tower fan is among the world's thinnest fans at less than 3 inches thick and boasts a visually arresting design with an elegant reinforced glass base stand. You can get this on sale for $98.99 via Amazon with free shipping.
I wish that I could send this to my Mom.  She would definitely love this especially during the summertime.  Thank you very much Ozeri for this awesome fan!

It’s the Little Things That Count

Renovating or remodeling your home is not something that you should put off. Even though many major renovations may cost more money than you can afford to spend right now, there are plenty of smaller home improvements that you can do to significantly increase the value and appeal of your home in a major way.

Develop a plan. Even if you don’t have a great deal of money to contribute to this cause now, make a budget. Since you are renovating and replacing the little things, you can set aside a small amount of money each payday.

Take some time to assess your home and think about the ways that it can be made more efficient. Start off with appliances, your HVAC system, thermostats, light dimmers, walls, and floors. Change up the lighting in your rooms, use energy efficient light bulbs and try out different colors to help improve the mood and view in any room. Upgrade your utensils, dinnerware, faucets, and window treatments. You don’t have to do everything all at once. Simply take your time and start replacing the little things around your home first.

Although you may feel that major improvements are the way to go, they are not always practical for budget savvy homeowners. Remember, it’s the little details that count since they can make or break any home’s aesthetic appeal and function.


Victorious Smile!

She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.

God bless y'all!

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