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Lasko 4443 40" Hybrid Fan
Lasko 4443 40
Manufacturer : Lasko
Amazon Price : $67.55
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Avg. Customer Rating:4.5 of 5.0
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Product Description
Lasko's #4443 Hybrid Fan delivers 30% more air than standard tower fans
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #3809 in Home
  • Color: Black/Gray
  • Brand: Lasko
  • Model: 4443
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 39.22" h x 12.00" w x 12.27" l, 17.00 pounds
  • Product Features
  • Maximum power in a space-saving design
  • Remote control and three comfort settings
  • widespread oscillation
  • Nightlight feature
  • ETL listed. Patented fused safety plug.
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    268 of 282 people found the following review helpful.
    5Great White Noise + Awesome Air Flow... AAAAAND no loud motor noise? SOLD.
    By HD Hockey Guy
    Update 7/7/16: 3 years + and still runs great using it every night.

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    Spoiler version: It is awesome if you like white noise, good air flow and don't mind a little blue light or have a black sharpie pen.

    As someone who is VERY particular about sounds when trying to fall asleep I read up on all the tall (40"+ tower fans) fan reviews here on Amazon and let me again say how great it is we can share info with each other. How particular am I about the noise? Well I installed fantastic ceiling fan to never use it once I heard how it has a low frequency HUMMMMMMMMMM when on low or medium. I have hardwood floors and most circular fans with a stand put out a vibration that travels down the shaft of the stand and seem to broadcast these vibrations directly through the base, into the wood, into the bed frame, somehow through all that padding including memory foam, my pillow right into my brain and HUMMMMMMM again.

    I had a tower fan for $20 from a Dollar discount store that was only like 28" high but put out a decent amount of air and white noise without much vibration but the actual fan blades themselves started getting a little squeaky as they spun and I knew my time was limited so I began my search here and after picking this Lasko 4443 as the least likely to aggravate me based on the bad reviews (which seems to be mostly about screws - which BTW my little package was opened and screws were loose in the box but still all there), I got the chance to use it for the first time last night and I wish I had this fan for the past 3 or 4 years and I would have slept so much better.

    The pitch of the white noise is mid to high which is EXACTLY where I like it. Lower frequencies grind on me. The air flow is excellent on the lowest setting (where I use fans at night) and on medium it rivals the biggest fans on high setting I have scattered throughout the house from previous attempts to find the right sleep accessory. The best way I could describe it is it's that higher pitch like sitting in a jet during a flight - but not nearly that loud. I sleep like a baby on flights and usually am out by the time the drinks get served so that's just my personal preference.

    The only minor negative thing (for me) is the blue power light. It is almost as bright as the built in "night light" feature which is the Lasko label down low on the tower that is backlit with a white led if you want it on. It makes just the right amount of light down there for my 13 year old maltese who has a habit of going to get water in the middle of the night and has diminished eyesight and sometimes gets frozen in the dark trying to figure out where he is - so I'm going to say he likes this fan too. But the blue power light beaming up at the ceiling is of very little use and will be getting a makeover this evening before bed with a black sharpie or electrical tape. It didn't keep me awake or anything but as someone who likes a dark room, this would be a flaw worth noting.

    As others also noted, the oscillation spread is very narrow, maybe 35-45 degrees total variation. I actually like it this way because I can keep it blowing across me and my side of the room without spinning too far around and still keep air off the wife who seems to get cold all the time and cannot stand air blowing on her.

    So overall in order of importance to me;

    Sound - A+ (a sensitive sleeper's perfect white noise fan)
    Airflow - A+ (heaven help you if you need the high setting)
    Price - B+
    Remote - B
    Other features - C+ (night light, power light, oscillation, packaging, size, weight, looks)

    Overall - A- in my book.

    I hope this review helps the other finicky sleepers like me.

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    Update 3/26/14

    Fan still runs like new - no new noises or mechanical issues at all and I have used it every night since I purchased it. I'm considering buying another one just to have in case this one ever dies though because I don't want to have to find a new fan if they stop making this one.

    127 of 137 people found the following review helpful.
    5Ahhhhhhh......
    By amg2424
    I live on the third floor of a vintage brick building without AC. (Think pizza oven.) My living room has western exposure. (Think microwave.) I don't want to ghetto up the living room windows with a window AC. So, I try to survive our Chicago summers catching window unit AC air from my bedroom with a floor fan. It doesn't really work.

    So, I ordered this Lasko fan after reading reviews. It's amazing!!! The air is almost cold.

    Now, I must be honest. It's hideous. Tall and severe. And I suppose you could call it loud. But that wouldn't really be fair as -- its a FAN!

    I am so over that. The last few days have been unbelievably humid and the air that this blows, literally is almost cold.

    The oscillation has a wide path and does so smoothly. At 93 degrees, with the out of control humidity, I have been fine on level two.

    Just do it.

    103 of 114 people found the following review helpful.
    4Great if you're looking for a hurricane; not so much for a gentle breeze
    By Marq
    The pitch for this fan is that it has "30 percent more air delivery than standard tower fans." This is true; it's more powerful than the average tower fan, but much louder too.

    It has three power settings. The lowest isn't so bad; it's about as quiet as my other tower fan is on it's highest setting, though. The middle setting is considerably louder, but nothing most folks can't adjust to. The highest power setting can compete with your neighbor's lawnmower or your garbage disposal. If you are a noise-sensitive sleeper, it would really take some getting used to. I have to increase the volume on my television or radio above normal levels so the fan doesn't drown them out.

    It comes with a night light feature as well. I find it to be pretty weak and little more than an extra bullet point on the box. If your children like night lights, they won't see this as an avid replacement.

    It also features the standard oscillation option, as any standard tower fan should.

    To sum it up, this is for those that need a fan with some serious blowing power. I like it because I often just leave my AC turned off and let it blow on me on the middle or highest setting, keeping me cool while saving me a ton on my energy bill. But if you need a quieter fan in a more comfortable setting, you may want to look elsewhere. I suggest the Lasko 4820 Xtra Air Tower Fan with Fresh Air Ionizer for this scenario.

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