It served us well

@Madshadi (8991)
Brussels, Belgium
April 1, 2018 11:21am CST
It’s been almost two years since we bought this little hot air fan (not sure if that’s how it’s called) and it’s been of great use. Although we have central heating and the house is warm all year around, this comes handy when we want to quickly heat a room. Especially the bathroom when my little daughter takes her bath. We bought it for less than 40€. I think for that price it served us well and for a long time. And as outside temperatures are on raise, we won’t have to buy a new one until the end of summer (well, very likely so). Still, I was sad to see it go. Do you use hot air fans?
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@Courage7 (18520)
• United States
1 Apr
Yes I have one small good one and it only cost me $5. It is fantastic.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
That's ridiculously cheap. How can they make profit selling at such cheap price?
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@Courage7 (18520)
• United States
1 Apr
@Madshadi I do not know. I bought it at Walmart.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
@Courage7 I would buy 6 of them for that price.
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@amadeo (75971)
• United States
1 Apr
we have an electric heater in our bathroom.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
That's where I find it the most useful
@amadeo (75971)
• United States
2 Apr
@Madshadi yes for us anyways
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@amadeo (75971)
• United States
2 Apr
@Madshadi good evening.Hope all is well there.
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@pgntwo (22757)
• Tripoli, Lebanon
1 Apr
Lifesavers when the central heating fails, as it did just after the Beast from the East struck here at the end of February.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
That's true. It's always good to have this at home.
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@pgntwo (22757)
• Tripoli, Lebanon
1 Apr
@Madshadi A lifesaver, or at least a chill-remover ;)
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@Shavkat (66202)
• Philippines
1 Apr
I never had used it here in my hometown. I had tried when I was living in a country with four seasons before.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
Is it because it’s warm where you live now?
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@Shavkat (66202)
• Philippines
2 Apr
@Madshadi I am back in the Philippines now. I am living in the mountainside and it doesn't need to have this device. My hometown's weather is cool all year round. But then, I need to use it if I am in the countryside.
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@mlgen1037 (29623)
• Manila, Philippines
1 Apr
Nope we dont. It is usually hot here. But I want to say goodbye to your little hot iai fan. It served you well.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
It was a nice winter companion
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@mlgen1037 (29623)
• Manila, Philippines
2 Apr
@Madshadi yes. it will be greatly missed.
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• Philippines
2 Apr
No we don't. Our air here is already hot hehe .
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
2 Apr
I can imagine that
@TRBRocks420 (84485)
• Banks, Oregon
2 Apr
Yes I have one of those too, it works very well.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
2 Apr
I hope yours will last longer than mine
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@JudyEv (137101)
• Bunbury, Australia
1 Apr
We have one very similar. We have reverse cycle air-conditioning but it doesn't really reach the office so we just turn the fan on for a while till the room heats up.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
2 Apr
This one doesn't blow air too far either. But it does warm up rooms really fast when doors are closed
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@cintol (8319)
• United States
1 Apr
We just use cool air fans but you should buy a new one now at the end of cold season and get it on sale
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
They don’t sell them now but that would be a good idea
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@Icydoll (26120)
• India
1 Apr
We have electric heater in our bathroom..
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
I didn’t know you need one in your country
@andriaperry (61294)
• Anniston, Alabama
1 Apr
Yes I have a few for when I am at the rentals working or when my heating unit breaks down.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
Its great for emergencies like that
@MALUSE (44686)
• Uzbekistan
1 Apr
We heat with gas. A room becomes warm very quickly when we switch the heating on.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
That makes a lot of difference sometimes
@LeaPea2417 (22451)
• Toccoa, Georgia
1 Apr
Yes, we do own two and it is nice to use for extra heat on those real cold days of Winter.
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@Madshadi (8991)
• Brussels, Belgium
1 Apr
I should consider getting more than one next winter.
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@DianneN (88052)
• United States
4 May
We have a few for emergencies, but our bathrooms have built in heaters. It sure helps on a chilly day, no matter how warm the house is.