Top 5 Standing Fan in Singapore
A fan is a pretty simple product to have and is seen in every household. It is available in different shapes and forms so people can pick the one they need. Pedestal fan, also known as a standing fan is very lightweight and easy to move around. When it comes to a ceiling fan, you cannot move it from place to place. It will be screwed tight to a fixed spot on the ceiling. A standing fan can be put almost anywhere you want, both indoor and outdoor. All you need to is a socket to plug it in. It is energy-saving and extremely environment-friendly, compared to an air conditioner.
Nowadays standing fans come with a lot of innovative features which makes them even more intriguing. Below is a list of 5 standing fans that we picked out after scanning the market. They come from different price ranges with different features. Take a look and see if any of them attain to your preference.
1) KDK M40KS STAND FAN WITH REMOTE CONTROL
With a strong Japanese motor, this fan is available in 3 different colors. The height can be adjusted so you can decide where you want the air to blow. It comes with a remote control so the speed can be adjusted from a distance. You won’t have to get up from your seat every time to manually adjust the speed when you’ll have a remote in hand. The fan is pretty lightweight and can be put anywhere in the house or anywhere with a power outlet. You can put it by your bed as well since the fan is silent in its run.
Price: S$250 range
2) MN Elect Korea MFN-I35RRXB Combination Standing Fan
This fan comes with different wind modes and 7 wings. The air blowing from this fan can travel to 11 meters and it has a remote control with which you can adjust the speed as you want. The fan can rotate from left to right at 80° and vertically, 30°. It has a metal stand and the height can be adjusted as well. You can set the wind to blow at 4 different stages. It also has a sleep mode where the fan runs silently. You can also set a timer for the fan from 1-4 hours.
Price: S$150 range
3) Ion PureAir F3/F8 Standing Fan Bladeless
With its stylish modern design, this fan is quite distinct from its competitors. It has a built-in air purifier that will make sure you can have fresh air around. The remote control with this allows it to be controlled from a distance of 5 meters. It provides extremely soft, quiet and natural wind at a wide-angle. It’s bladeless so very safe to use.
Price: S$120 range
4) PowerPac Stand Fan PPFS30
This standing fan is pretty normal but efficient. It has 4 different speed settings and a timer. The quality motor inside ensures a concentrated airflow system that can cover an entire room. The height can be adjusted with its smooth metal stand that is very sturdy. The fan comes with built-in thermal protection that prevents the motor from being overheated. Its Lower power consumption ensures low electricity bills. If you need a simple standing fan at a moderate price, this can be an excellent choice.
Price: S$50 range
5) Digital Cordless Portable Fan P9 Standing fan
With a battery capacity of 7200 mAh, this fan can provide 4-10 hours of continuous service. You can put this cordless fan both indoor and outdoor. Its height can be adjusted from a full standing mode of 1 meter to a 36 centimeters medium mode. Also, you can fold the fan into a box for convenience. It is extremely compact compared to a traditional standing fan. You can carry this fan around in a bag in its foldable mode. The wind level can be adjusted in 4 different levels. The fan can be rotated at 180°.
Price: S$20 range
Standing Fan Maintenance Guide
It is very important to clean your standing fan to keep away the dust. The fan blades and the grill can collect dust while it blows out air since there are dust particles in the air. To keep your fan functioning for a long time, you need to maintain it regularly. Let’s take a look at how you can clean your fan.
Make sure the fan is unplugged and check the cord for any damage before keeping it out of your way. Remove the grill of the fan before starting the cleaning session. Removing a fan grill is pretty easy since most fans have some screws that hold the grill in place. You can take those screws out with a simple screwdriver. Similarly, the blades might be screwed in as well. You need to remove all the parts and keep them aside. You can use a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust from the fan. If you don’t have a vacuum cleaner, use a dusting brush instead.
You need lots of soapy water since all the parts of the fan need to be cleaned thoroughly. Since you need to soak the blades and the grill, it’s better if you make the soapy solution in the bathtub. You can use dishwashing liquid or detergent for the solution. After soaking the parts, use a soft sponge to scrub every corner you can. Then rinse them all with clean water and use a dry cloth to wipe away any excess water. Make sure no water gets into the motor. Dry all the parts completely before reassembling the fan back together. If any of the parts remains damp before you reassemble, it can trigger rusting.
Many people might disregard a standing fan when they have a ceiling fan in the house. But it is more efficient than ceiling fans since it can be easily carried around. Hopefully, you can find a standing fan you like from the list above.