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Hue Studio Women S Wavy Leopard Print Mid Rise Classic Knit
Hue Studio hi-rise knit denim skimmer in this eye catching wavy leopard print will add some flair to your basic denim! Wide elastic waistband stays in place and is comfortable. Be super comfortable pairing these with a long tunic and sneakers or sandals. Easy to be trendy and comfy day or night! Size: XL. Color: blue/denim. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Leopard Spot. Material: Cotton.
Lenton K. Goforth: From now on, I'll always look for a Lasko 3733 when I need to replace a fan. I bought my first one 5 years ago and it ran 24/7 365 days a year. It took 5 years of continuous use before one of the ball bearings wore out. FIVE YEARS of 24/7/365 use! This is a superb fan!This fan is very well balanced. It never wobbles or shakes.This fan is not a quiet as I'd like, but then again, I want perfection and that's not going to happen. It is quiet enough on the slow setting, and making a fan spin faster does nothing to move air faster (believe it or don't, this is pure physics).Cleaning of this fan is very easy. Simply remove the grill screws, then remove the grills. Then unscrew the blade holder, and pull the blades off the spindle. Wash in hot, soapy water. Replace everything, then turn it on so that it drys itself.
L. Esp.. "LE IN LV": I own three of these MODEL 3733..Two of them run nearly 24/7 during the long hot Vegas summer..I purchased them at walgreens for much less...I read the one star reviews and decided to write a review...Pros--With minimal care, they run (for me) 4 years nearly non stop...They are inexpensive...They STONGLY blow air...my model has three speeds. The low speed is fairly quiet and still moves plenty of air, nice for winter months...On high they move alot of air and are loud and block all noise. Good for condos or townhomes and for bad sleepers that need loud white noise to sleep...They are inexpensive to run. About 50 cents for 24 hours of use..they are light weight.. If I tilt it just right it will turn my ceiling fan that is 6ft away, slowly, but OMG for free....CONS----They must lean against something, like door way or wall..The stand is not strong enough to hold them up on high speed and short cord....I could not get through a summer without this product and A/C.......and three ceiling fans...and a fan on that hot a*s 52 inch plasma and smaller fans for windows------UPDATE-------I PURCHASED MY FANS YEARS AGO...I SAW THE FAN LASKO IS SELLING NOW AT MY LOCAL WALGREENS...SAME BOX, SAME STYLE BUT SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, SMALLER. NOT THE SAME AS THE THREE I PURCHASED YEARS AGO....HAS THE SAME MODEL NUMBER....IM AT A LOSS BUT VERY HAPPY WITH MY FANS...
Matthew G. Sherwin: This three speed box fan by Lasko is exactly the way it is advertised here. It comes already assembled so setup is a breeze--just remove it from the box, set it up on a table and turn it on! The three speeds all operate relatively quietly and the fan gets the air circulating rather quickly.The price is right for what you get: it works strong and hard to create good air flow. The box fan also cools the room down on days when you can't use an air conditioner or when you simply don't want to use one. Moreover, like other reviewers have noted, it blocks out sounds and it's even nice to have it on while I'm sleeping!I recommend that the fan stand on a flat surface about three or four feet high so that the air current it creates reaches you whether you're lying down or walking around the room. It is economical in that it won't make your electric bill spike upward, too.Overall, this is a great fan and I highly recommend it as one of the best fans out there in this size and price range. It will not disappoint you!
Michael Mikulaninec: The Lasko fans I've used in past were good products... not so with this one.While its reasonably constructed and moves air as you would expect, the speed range is seriously flawed.The slow speed is about the same as medium or high for other fans. The slowest speed makes a quite noticeable (and objectionable to me) amount of noise, and moves more air than needed for that speed IMO. Medium and high are a little faster and noisier, and somewhat redundant.Noise is very subjective so the best I can think of to get my point across is that if you were in a room talking to someone, and this fan was then turned on and set to slow speed, you would need to raise your voice to be heard.My Lasko Wind Machine 20" has a relatively silent slow speed compared to this one.I had bought a stack of them, one for each house occupant's bedroom window. As it turns out I will return them all except for the one I opened which will be used downstairs. I'll be searching for another brand of fan that lets you choose quietness when you want it over maximum airflow. Frankly I can't believe they sent this product to market. Apparently Lasko DOES make a bad product sometimes.If you want a quiet fan, this isn't it. Don't buy it.
Monroe Haven: My concern while purchasing this fan was air flow. Needed a substitute air conditioner for the summertime. Needed something that could create alot of air movement to suck in the cool air at night, and something that could be aimed at me could cool me off during the day, and this fan achieves that for it's lower price. Box fans are great, place then in a window and they'll cool a room down in no time. It is not a quiet fan like the ultra quiets on the market today but it is not as loud as those turbo jet fans. It has a normal good size fan noise that I don't find irritating. Other than that, you really don't need the foot attachments. I placed on the desk, turned on high and it did not fall over. So, to conclude it is a good solid fan for a reasonable price when your main concern is air flow.