|Item weight||10 Pounds|
|Material Care Instructions||Hand Wash|
|Is Assembly Required?||Yes|
|Number of Pieces||2|
|Included Components||OSCR37^Remote^CR2032 Battery^Owner's Guide|
Vornado OSCR37 Oscillating Tower Fan and Air Circulator with Remote, Smooth Oscillation, Timer and Touch Controls, 37-Inch
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- CIRCULATE OR OSCILLATE – Dual airflow settings for either optional oscillation or V-Flow whole room air circulation
- MOVES AIR FURTHER – Powerful motor produces higher volume of air movement and pushes air up to 75 feet
- SMOOTH OSCILLATION – Designed for smooth, quiet oscillation while the chromed arch with carrying handle provides style and portability
- ADVANCED CONTROLS – Touch-sensitive controls, 4 speed settings, energy-saving 2-8 hour timer and remote control
- SUPERIOR SUPPORT — When you choose a Vornado Tower Fan, you’re investing in superior performance and design that will deliver total satisfaction. If not, we’ll replace it, for 5 years.
- Built to meet U. S. voltage requirements. Certified, safety-tested, and warrantied for use only in the U. S.
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Vornado now offers two distinct ways to be comfortable, all from one beautiful product. Introducing OSCR37 – the Tower Circulator with Optional Oscillation. Of course it delivers Vornado’s signature whole room circulation - utilizing stationary, high velocity airflow to continuously recirculate all the air in the room. With whole room circulation, everyone in the room remains cool and comfortable, constantly – and that’s only half the story. OSCR37 offers a second option in oscillation mode – sweeping the room with it’s cooling, high velocity airflow. Regardless whether it’s in circulation or oscillation mode – OSCR37 feels solid due to a unique Stabilized Oscillation system. A chromed steel arch not only offers further stabilization, but makes OSCR37 a beautiful and elite addition to any space. There are those that have experienced the constant comfort of whole room circulation. There are those that enjoy the sweeping air experience that oscillation provides. OSCR37 delivers the best of both worlds; And doesn’t it feel good to have options?
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For a fan this size, it has a very good air flow. Even with the fan speed set to 1, a nice wind was felt ~10 ft away. At fan speed 4, it is not loud, but it does have a hum near the 3kHz and 4kHz range. It is noticeable but not to point where it's painful.
The circulatory claims does seem to be true. The fan was set to oscillate and then stationary, surprisingly the stationary (circulation) actually felt cooler.
The loudness of the fan is not that bad (measured ~10ft away):
fan 1 - ~50dB
fan 2 - ~53dB
fan 3 - ~56dB
fan 4 - ~60dB
For people who are sensitive to high pitch sound, this fan is OK (measured ~10ft away):
fan 1 - there was barely any changed on the high frequencies
fan 2 - the 1kHz and 2kHz starts to increase. Most of the change was in the 1kHz to 1.5kHz range
fan 3 - The 1kHz to 4kHz increase. The 3kHz to 4kHz is small relative to the 1kHz to 2kHz
fan 4 - Surprisingly, barely any increase in the dB for the high frequencies
I did do a spectrogram, not much to say about it but the density was a nice gradient as the fan increases. This mean if people want to use the fan for white noise, it is pretty good. On the highest speed, it was less dense than the 184, which translate to less high frequencies sound.
The remote is horrible. The buttons are good, but the IR range is terrible. For the fan to detect a button press, the remote has to line up with the top of the fan (where the IR sensor is locate)
For the oscillation, the motion is very smooth. I did notice the time is stays on the left (~2sec) most was shorter than on the right (~3sec).
Overall, this is a good fan. If Vornado could cut down the high frequency shift in the 3kHz to 4kHz, it would be better.
See all the attach plots on how the fan sounds like.
My main issue was with the remote, which barely seems to work, even at a range of only a few inches. It also seems to be really cheap and noisy/clicky, like you're pushing buttons on a children's toy remote, and I'm afraid to break it. (Swapping out the battery improved it a little - to a range of about 8' - but it still registers the clicks only about half of the time.)
Secondarily, the power button is freakishly sensitive compared to the other buttons on the actual fan. The timer button is also fussy and doesn't always register the first time you push it.
My only negative - a small negative - is that the remote control's on/off button only seems to work when it wants to work. All of the other commands on the remote work fine. Otherwise, an excellent fan.
The powerful winds wrap around living room keeping me cool and rested through the night. The quality of whole product is excellent.