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Kaz HS-1655 - Ventilador (Negro, 58 cm, 17 cm, 55 cm)

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  • Mando a distancia
  • Oscillation

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Detalles técnicos
Identificador de producto del fabricanteHS-1655
Peso del producto5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto55 x 17 x 58 cm
Número de modelo del productoHS-1655
ColorNegro
Número de productos1
Tipo de montajePiso
Características especialesMando a distancia, Oscillation
Incluye bateríasNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Peso5 kilogramos
  
Información adicional
ASINB004ND5FGY
Producto en Amazon.es desde3 de agosto de 2012
  
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Altura: 55 cm
Ancho: 58 cm
Color del producto: Negro
Diámetro: 40,64 cm
Duración de contador (max): 8h
Mando a distancia: Si
Número de velocidades: 5
Oscilación: Si
Profundidad: 17 cm
Ubicación: Piso


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52 de 52 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Almost perfect 25 de julio de 2015
Por Jemiah Westerman - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The fan is very quiet, looks nice, and the remote control and sleep timer are convenient. My one complaint, is why on god's green earth did they make the stupid power LED so bright. This fan was designed to be used in a bedroom while you sleep, and yet it has what amounts to an LED flashlight on the front. It is so bright that we put electric tape over it to cover it up, and it still shines through the actual plastic body of the fan. The whole fan glows blue.

I like to imagine the conversation between the designers went something like this:

John: We should make a fan for people to use in their bedroom while they sleep.
Mike: Yeah, that's a great idea. We'll make it super quiet!
John: Quiet! And we'll give it a sleep timer and a remote control. I love it.
Mike: And how about the brightest light source known to man, so you don't need to ever turn on your bedroom light ever again?
John: I think we have a winner. Let's do it!

Other than that, it is a great fan.
30 de 31 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great affordable super quiet fan 23 de agosto de 2014
Por Andy Gray - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I was looking for a fan for my bedroom after getting sick of the noise my old box fan was kicking out. I did a lot of looking around and it was between this fan and a Lasko model with similar specs. Oddly enough the one thing that swayed my decision was the remote control. I figured it'd be a nice little addition if it worked as expected.

First things first. Assembly was really easy, Simple easy to follow instructions and no problems at all.

I know the description says silent, but after having a box fan in my room, I was expecting some level of noise and on the lowest setting... there isn't any at all. Even on the highest setting, which subsequently kicks out a ton of air, there's not much noise at all. There are five settings for speed of the fan giving a nice variation, however even at it's lowest settings it still sends out an impressive amount.

I love the remote on this fan. Turn on-off, change the speed, and even set it to sleep mode for automatic turn-off which makes it perfect for a bedroom.

Two things I'd like to changed in a future update model of this fan.

1 - The LED lights on the front are bright, I mean super bright. I had to wrap some cloth around where the lights are so that I didn't get sunburn while sleeping. Ok a little dramatic, but I did wrap some cloth around it to filter the light out. Thankfully, the remote goes through the cloth, so it's no issue what so ever.

2 - there's no option to change the oscillation of the fan. It's either a complete on and full oscillation or it's in a fixed position. I wish there was an option to dial in the degree of back and forth. Having this one feature would have made this a 5 star fan in my opinion.

Overall, I really like it. It's perfect size, and super quiet. Aside from the rotating and bright lights I don't have any bad things to say about it at all. I'd get another one of these if I needed it in a heart beat.
15 de 16 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great fan after a couple simple modifications 27 de febrero de 2017
Por J. Nis - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Pretty decent fan with some modifications!

Pros:
-Good Price
-Quiet!
-Easy setup

Cons:
-Bright LEDs
-Loud beeping sound

My modifications:
By undoing a couple screws, you can access the circuit board in the main body of the fan. From there I used some wire cutters to clip off that pesky buzzer. No more beeps! Second, I used a sharpie to black out the LEDs that light up the fan selection. When illuminated, the LEDs are still very visible but considerably dimmer. Problem solved!

I don't believe the manufacturer would recommend doing these mods, but hey, they were simple and solved all my issues. Do them at your own risk!
107 de 114 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I would not recommend the fan (repair guide inside review) 12 de agosto de 2014
Por The Thin Tow Man - Publicado en Amazon.com
***23 AUG 2015 Update***

The fan started having the exact same problem from one year ago. The fan is clean. I repeated the below steps which resolved the issue once again.
---Note: The below was left AUG 2014----
We'd bought the fan less than six months ago. The normal operation would be to pick a speed. Then, the fan runs at the desired speed instantly. Recently, the problem was that the fan blades would start off spinning slow. Then they would slowly get to proper speed. While I repaired it using the below steps, I would not recommend the fan.

I hope amazon leaves this review up as a service to their customers. In return, the customers can spend their money on other amazon items. Please understand this review is provided "as is" and for informational purposes only.

First, I'd suggest the book: Reader's Digest New Fix-it-Yourself Manual, pp. 172-173. It covers how to disassemble an oscillating fan. This with diagrams and logical troubleshooting steps. For example, it would cover troubleshooting the capacitor and the motor.

What follows are modified steps from that book to disassemble this fan. This to lubricate the motor bearings. After doing so, the fan was back to normal. If you aren't comfortable with repairing items, please stop reading. If letting an inanimate object get the best of you constitutes an insult that will not stand, then read on friend.

Materials and Tools needed:
Liquid wrench lubricating oil (blue label)
screwdriver demagnetizer/magnetizer box (Optional; highly recommended due to the clutch knob screw)
small (3/16") flat blade screwdriver. Again for the clutch knob screw.
#2 Phillips screwdriver

Steps
Unplug fan from wall outlet
-Dis-assembly steps-
Unlock clips to remove front blade guard
Unscrew spinner nut clockwise (or reverse of "left-loosey, right-tighty")
Pull fan hub from motor shaft
Unscrew plastic grille nut to free rear blade guard
Remove the four screws holding motor grille in place
Remove grille to expose motor shaft
Unscrew clutch knob screw with small screwdriver
Remove screw from rear motor housing
Remove motor housing
Unscrew three screws holding pivot mechanism
Pull pivot mechanism to expose the rear of the motor shaft
-End of dis-assembly steps-
Outside, use liquid wrench lubricating oil to spray front and rear of drive shaft. I'll try and upload a picture of this step.
Fan assembly is reverse of dis-assembly
Once assembled, plug fan back into wall outlet

If oiling the drive-shaft did not resolve it, then consult the book for capacitor and motor troubleshooting. Hopefully this will help someone else out there.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quiet, efficient and NOW BURNED UP! 27 de agosto de 2014
Por LadyReah - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Update March 23, 2015: Today the motor burned up! It was stored for about 4 months of the 8 months I owned it. Took it out of storage about 3 weeks ago, gave it a typical cleaning and it was fine. Today no warning that anything was wrong. Noticed it was not working, even though all the lights were on, walked over to it and the unmistakeable odor of a burned motor! I have 2 Lasko fans that are much older and still going strong. One is more than 7 years old. I'll stick with Lasko fans from now and skip Honeywell's disposable fans!

Good fan for the price. I specifically looked for a fan that had a metal cage rather than plastic and that the fan blades had were more of a propeller shape. I have another fan that has the thin blades and it does not move the air very well. This fan moves the air quite a distance. I took a piece of plastic wrap and held it up 15' from the fan and it easily fluttered. It is extremely quiet. It is not as tall as I would want, but I knew that when I bought it.