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Lasko's innovative #2554 Wind Curve fan allows you to sit back, relax and take a breath of fresh air.

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Pros

3 different speeds

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Ionizer

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Remote-control

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Oscillates well

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Powerful

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Cons

Tad top-heavy

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Light base

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Lasko's innovative #2554 Wind Curve fan allows you to sit back, relax and take a breath of fresh air. With its sophisticated Profile, Fresh Air Ionizer technology and oscillation, this fan provides fresh air throughout your entire room. Ideal in your home or in the workplace, the Wind Curve utilizes minimal space while providing maximum air distribution. You’ll wonder how you ever got along without it!

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Features

  • Multi-function remote control
  • High-reaching tower design for maximum air delivery
  • Convenient electronic timer can be set from 0.5 - 7.5 Hours
  • 3 Quiet Speeds
  • ETL listed. Patented fused safety plug.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can the fan be opened up easily to clean inside? My fans tend to collect a lot of dust.

    The instructions say to not open up fan but to vacuum with attachment and it will suck out the dust. This has not worked for me. There is dust inside beyond the slats and my vacuum is not strong enough to such it all out. Considering what to do about this now. Update: I have an electric leaf blower(7amp 160mph) for my patio so I tried using that to blow the dust out and it worked really well. I used a tiny bottle brush that I have that fit in between the slats to loosen any not blown out, then blew again. Worked really well! Now I will blow it out every month or so to avoid the buildup. Problem solved.

  • Does it comes with a remote?

    My Lasko #2554 fan came with a remote.

  • Does it oscillate?

    Yes, the fan oscillates from side to side (a range of about 45 degrees). There is a small set of vents on the upper portion of the fan that can be slightly adjusted up or down, but I did not find that this has much use as the up/down range is minimal. The oscillation range seems typical when compared to similar tower style fans I have owned (both large and small).

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