Struggling in the heatwave? Temperatures are soaring in the UK today, and the ever-helpful Amazon has reduced the price of the ANSIO tower fan by a whopping 42% to help you stay cool.
The elegant 30-inch ANSIO tower fan gives wide coverage of whichever room you're in, and has a convenient remote control which means you can easily adjust the settings without having to move.
It’s space-saving design also means it is easy to store when not in use.
Get 42% Off The Ansio Tower Fan Cooler
ANSIO Tower Fan | WAS £94.49, NOW £54.98
The black ANSIO Tower Fan is a brilliant summer companion either for your living room, bedroom or home office. And an integrated carry handle makes it easy to carry between rooms.
The oscillating tower fan covers a wide area with a scope of 60 degrees, and its three-speed and three-wind settings - which you can manage using a remote control - means you won’t have to keep getting up to change the settings.
It also has a handy timer function, which lets you control up to 7.5 hours of continuous cooling time.
Should I Buy an Air Conditioner Instead?
Air conditioners can be practical and effective ways of keeping cool during the rising summer temperatures, but should you opt for an air conditioner over a fan?
Air conditioning units have a relatively high efficiency rating, but tend to have high running costs compared to a fan. As uncomfortably hot weather is unusual in the UK, it might be more cost-effective to purchase a fan if you only find you need to use it a couple of times a year.
But, if your house is prone to overheating and fans don't seem to do the job, then air conditioning is well worth considering.
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Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
He enjoys testing new tools and gadgets, and having bought his first home in 2013, he has renovated every room and recently finished a garden renovation.