The best of...fans to beat the heat
Stadler Form Q Fan
This chic, Swiss-made stainless-steel fan has surprising power, moving as much as 1,400 cubic feet of air per minute. It’s also available in black or bronze, and its Q shape “makes it a sturdy addition” to a tabletop or floor.
Bedjet V2 Climate Comfort System
If you struggle to stay cool at night, “meet your saving grace.” This device blows air under your bedsheets, and a specialized split comforter allows you to customize the temperature for each half of the bed.
Source: Men’s Fitness
Seville Classics UltraSlimline Tower
The favorite fan of Sweethome testers is this 40-inch tower, because it’s a “straight-B student,” offering quiet performance, good air circulation, and a powerful remote, all at a reasonable price.
O2Cool DLX Necklace_Fan
This “extremely lightweight,” wallet-size fan keeps you cool by blowing air upward at your neck and face. Perfect for a hot day at a theme park or exploring a city, it’ll run for 10 hours on two AA batteries.
Rowenta Turbo Silence Extreme
Even at a high setting, this table fan “lets you use your inside voice.” Its blades have tapered edges that push a high volume of air while producing minimal noise and turbulence.
Source: Popular Science ■