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Woozoo Globe Multi-Directional 5-Speed Oscillating Fan w/ Remote $25

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Woozoo Globe Multi-Directional 5-Speed Oscillating Fan w/ Remote� [costco.com]� $29.99
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Its $25 in the warehouse until Sunday I believe. Coolest fan ever. Bought one, going

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The sleek and powerful Woozoo Globe Fan generates maximum airflow and circulation. The 5 speed settings, natural breeze pattern, and multi-directional oscillation provide many options that can be changed from across the room with the included remote control. The horizontal and vertical oscillation settings can operate independently or simultaneously, allowing for 350+ square feet of air coverage. All of these features, combined with a whisper-quiet 'low' setting and energy saving off-timer, allow the Woozoo Globe Circulator Fan to meet your desired level of high performance airflow.

Remote Control (Battery Included)

Whisper Quiet Low Setting < 28db

Up to 4 Hours Off Timer

Breeze Pattern

Can be Felt from 82 ft away

Dimensions: 8.27" W x 8.27" L x 11.42" H

5-Year Warranty

https://www.costco.com/woozoo-glo...99225.html
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Oos for Chicagoland area
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Have you tried looking in-warehouse? These are really great fans. I'm going to pick up 3 more tomorrow before the sale ends - right now they're $35 - $10 off = $25. I'm sure they will sell out soon.
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OOS online
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I love the way it oscillates either up/down or side to side and will also combine both oscillation modes. In side to side mode the base actually turns - fun to watch. On low you can hardly hear it. And the Natural Breeze mode is really cool - the fan speed randomly goes up and down from super low to low, simulating a breeze from an open window. The remote is awesome as well. These are a no brainer steal for $25.
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Look in the store. They're $5 cheaper there anyhow.
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Was trying to get one since the add came up, OOS in both online and warehouse!
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Killer price but figured it would be OOS. I bought it for $53.24 and still think it was a good deal at that price
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I'm part of a FB Costco group, and here's what one person said:

Woozoo fan notice:
So. I have some high efficiency Vornado DC brushless fans and they use 4 or so watts at medium, 12 watts on Max.
I plugged the Woozoo into a Kill-A-Watt meter...
On "1" which isn't even noticeable it sucked 16 watts. 2 was 24. 3 was 32. 4 was 38. And 5 used 48 watts.
Some may say oh well it's just a little more money for power, but you have to remember wattage is dissapated as HEAT. Remember how hot a 40 watt lightbulb was back in the day? Heck that's what an easy bake oven used. Your parents would be upset if you left that easy bake oven on all day.
So if you're in a small room, it will slowly warm it up.
Also it's not 50 watts, it's 100 watts or so round trip. My central AC has a little more heat load it has to remove. So energy is used twice.
I assume most likely in order to hit the $24.99 price, it uses a low efficiency motor. 50 watts is like leaving 7 LED lightbulbs on constantly.
Sadly, I'll be returning my Woozoo fan. Oh and oscillate? That adds 6.3 watts to the total. 8.2 if you choose the mode that does both up and down / side to side (two motors). Quite high for such a small fan. That's more than my high efficiency fan uses on medium-high speed.
I'm also on solar, so I can pull up live exactly how many watts my house uses at any given time. When everything is graphed and live data is shown, you become energy conscious. But I didn't rely on the main inverter for this data, I used a point of use Kill-A-Watt meter. Didn't feel like taking out my Fluke amp meter as the Kill-a-watt is accurate enough.
For me it's almost a game. Yes I break even now for power, but I'm on the literal cusp of owing PG&E. The solar array should've been sized sliiiihtly larger. So with some changes, I can continue to stay neutral and produce everything I use. But I'm close to going over and start paying for power. It's not quite the money for me, it's the concept I'm no longer self sufficient in that regard, for those wondering.
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Quote from CellNecrosis :
I'm part of a FB Costco group, and here's what one person said:

Woozoo fan notice:
So. I have some high efficiency Vornado DC brushless fans and they use 4 or so watts at medium, 12 watts on Max.
I plugged the Woozoo into a Kill-A-Watt meter...
On "1" which isn't even noticeable it sucked 16 watts. 2 was 24. 3 was 32. 4 was 38. And 5 used 48 watts.
Some may say oh well it's just a little more money for power, but you have to remember wattage is dissapated as HEAT. Remember how hot a 40 watt lightbulb was back in the day? Heck that's what an easy bake oven used. Your parents would be upset if you left that easy bake oven on all day.
So if you're in a small room, it will slowly warm it up.
Also it's not 50 watts, it's 100 watts or so round trip. My central AC has a little more heat load it has to remove. So energy is used twice.
I assume most likely in order to hit the $24.99 price, it uses a low efficiency motor. 50 watts is like leaving 7 LED lightbulbs on constantly.
Sadly, I'll be returning my Woozoo fan. Oh and oscillate? That adds 6.3 watts to the total. 8.2 if you choose the mode that does both up and down / side to side (two motors). Quite high for such a small fan. That's more than my high efficiency fan uses on medium-high speed.
I'm also on solar, so I can pull up live exactly how many watts my house uses at any given time. When everything is graphed and live data is shown, you become energy conscious. But I didn't rely on the main inverter for this data, I used a point of use Kill-A-Watt meter. Didn't feel like taking out my Fluke amp meter as the Kill-a-watt is accurate enough.
For me it's almost a game. Yes I break even now for power, but I'm on the literal cusp of owing PG&E. The solar array should've been sized sliiiihtly larger. So with some changes, I can continue to stay neutral and produce everything I use. But I'm close to going over and start paying for power. It's not quite the money for me, it's the concept I'm no longer self sufficient in that regard, for those wondering.
useful info. will return my woozoo and get the brushless vornado. 4w vs 25w is huge
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Quote from CellNecrosis :
I'm part of a FB Costco group, and here's what one person said:

Woozoo fan notice:
So. I have some high efficiency Vornado DC brushless fans and they use 4 or so watts at medium, 12 watts on Max.
I plugged the Woozoo into a Kill-A-Watt meter...
On "1" which isn't even noticeable it sucked 16 watts. 2 was 24. 3 was 32. 4 was 38. And 5 used 48 watts.
Some may say oh well it's just a little more money for power, but you have to remember wattage is dissapated as HEAT. Remember how hot a 40 watt lightbulb was back in the day? Heck that's what an easy bake oven used. Your parents would be upset if you left that easy bake oven on all day.
So if you're in a small room, it will slowly warm it up.
Also it's not 50 watts, it's 100 watts or so round trip. My central AC has a little more heat load it has to remove. So energy is used twice.
I assume most likely in order to hit the $24.99 price, it uses a low efficiency motor. 50 watts is like leaving 7 LED lightbulbs on constantly.
Sadly, I'll be returning my Woozoo fan. Oh and oscillate? That adds 6.3 watts to the total. 8.2 if you choose the mode that does both up and down / side to side (two motors). Quite high for such a small fan. That's more than my high efficiency fan uses on medium-high speed.
I'm also on solar, so I can pull up live exactly how many watts my house uses at any given time. When everything is graphed and live data is shown, you become energy conscious. But I didn't rely on the main inverter for this data, I used a point of use Kill-A-Watt meter. Didn't feel like taking out my Fluke amp meter as the Kill-a-watt is accurate enough.
For me it's almost a game. Yes I break even now for power, but I'm on the literal cusp of owing PG&E. The solar array should've been sized sliiiihtly larger. So with some changes, I can continue to stay neutral and produce everything I use. But I'm close to going over and start paying for power. It's not quite the money for me, it's the concept I'm no longer self sufficient in that regard, for those wondering.
Wow, I'm so glad I'm not ate up with watts & electricity use. I can see how it can become an obsession if you let it, but IMO, life is too short to be that frugal. You'd be great to have around on Mars though I suppose. 😀
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Quote from CellNecrosis :
I'm part of a FB Costco group, and here's what one person said:

Woozoo fan notice:
So. I have some high efficiency Vornado DC brushless fans and they use 4 or so watts at medium, 12 watts on Max.
I plugged the Woozoo into a Kill-A-Watt meter...
On "1" which isn't even noticeable it sucked 16 watts. 2 was 24. 3 was 32. 4 was 38. And 5 used 48 watts.
Some may say oh well it's just a little more money for power, but you have to remember wattage is dissapated as HEAT. Remember how hot a 40 watt lightbulb was back in the day? Heck that's what an easy bake oven used. Your parents would be upset if you left that easy bake oven on all day.
So if you're in a small room, it will slowly warm it up.
Also it's not 50 watts, it's 100 watts or so round trip. My central AC has a little more heat load it has to remove. So energy is used twice.
I assume most likely in order to hit the $24.99 price, it uses a low efficiency motor. 50 watts is like leaving 7 LED lightbulbs on constantly.
Sadly, I'll be returning my Woozoo fan. Oh and oscillate? That adds 6.3 watts to the total. 8.2 if you choose the mode that does both up and down / side to side (two motors). Quite high for such a small fan. That's more than my high efficiency fan uses on medium-high speed.
I'm also on solar, so I can pull up live exactly how many watts my house uses at any given time. When everything is graphed and live data is shown, you become energy conscious. But I didn't rely on the main inverter for this data, I used a point of use Kill-A-Watt meter. Didn't feel like taking out my Fluke amp meter as the Kill-a-watt is accurate enough.
For me it's almost a game. Yes I break even now for power, but I'm on the literal cusp of owing PG&E. The solar array should've been sized sliiiihtly larger. So with some changes, I can continue to stay neutral and produce everything I use. But I'm close to going over and start paying for power. It's not quite the money for me, it's the concept I'm no longer self sufficient in that regard, for those wondering.
Could you share the Costco group link?
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I love this thing probably gonna get a second one.

Only thing I don't like about it is you gotta be like 5 feet away for the remote to work with it.
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Could you share the Costco group link?
It's a private group, but here is the link. The person who posted seemed fairly knowledgeable.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1...336310992/
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These little fans are great! Bought one from Costco for my wife last year & it's been running flawlessly every day for at least 8 hours a day. Haven't noticed any increase in our power bill or the room getting warmer when it's running.
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