Saturday, May 24, 2014

Ozeri Brezza Desk Fan

I love Ozeri products; I don’t think I have used one that I haven’t just loved. I was asked to try out their new Desk fan. It can get really humid here, so of course I said yes.

When I got it, one of the first things I noticed is that it comes with a remote. That in itself is really cool, especially when I’m too lazy to get up and change it.

The full name of the fan is Ozeri Brezza III DualOscillating 10” High Velocity Desk Fan. I will just say fan, to keep it short and simple. This fan is really cool. It moves both horizontal and vertical to give you the coolest air. It also has a 4 hour timer with all air speeds. The speeds can go from really quiet to loud when set at the max.

The fan is very user friendly, no assembly required. That is a huge plus, so I don’t have to fumble around with the blade and everything else. The name says it’s a desk fan, and it certainly is. It’s small enough to fit just about anywhere.

It’s a little pricier than the fans you can buy at a big box store, but the Ozeri has many more features than most. You get what you pay for, and with Ozeri, you pay a little more, but the quality is far better. My daughter is going to camp this summer and her cabin usually gets really stuffy, I will be sending her with this for sure.

As with all the other Ozeri products, you can find them on Amazon. When you go to order, check out their other items. I’m sure you will find other things that you will want to order.

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