16inch pedestal fan EH0527 is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 2 out of
Poor QualityMotor case had a crack right down the middle with bits of plastic broken off. Returned items. Overall flimsy for the price.
Date published: 2015-06-08
Rated 3 out of
Very lightweightInstructions are pretty useless but is quite easy to make up but only because I have made up fans before. Not as powerful as I had expected but suitable for our needs. Haven't a clue where the little screws and nuts go - seemed superfluous so didn't bother with them. Screwplate on base looks a bit unsightly. Although a bit pricey it works fine so quite happy.
Date published: 2014-08-02
Rated 4 out of
Seems flimsyCame with instructions but they didn't mention 4 small nuts that are still in the pack! Where we think they should go is impossible to get on. Seems flimsy for the price, would have expected a better quality product for the price. Having said that, it does the job nicely.
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 2 out of
Not easy to assemble and poor quality metal used for feet/standI knew that this fan needed some assembly, but it came with a tiny instruction leaflet with a diagram that bore little similarity to the written instructions. Also, the metal on the feet of the thing is so thin that it can be bent easily by hand or if stepped on. It was quite a feat to work out how to get it all put together but two of us managed eventually. With hindsight I would have spent more money on a (hopefully) better product.
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