For review, I was sent the Ozeri Brezza III Dual Oscillating 10″ Desk Fan. As it’s name suggests, it’s about 10″ and oscillates in two directions. It can actually oscillate both up and down and left to right at the same time, if you so desire. Additionally, the fan has four speed setting (quiet, 1, 2 and 3) and a timer that sets the fan to go off after one, two three, or four hours.
Thus far, I quite like this fan. I’ve already found uses for it in all seasons. In winter this fan would be helpful to place in front of our wood stove to help push the heat around. in summer this fan is great to fall asleep to because you can set the timer to turn it off after a couple hours (at least around here it cools off later on). In any season really,this fan works great for cooling down your laptop (I just set my laptop on top of it and it cooled down quickly, it has a habit of heating up too much!)
This here is the control panel and the remote for the fan. The remote fits nicely placed sideways in that space (I have it pictured on end so you can see all the buttons).
From left to right on the fan the controls are: the timer button (set to turn off in one, two, three or four hours), the left to right oscillation button, the power button, the up and down oscillation button, and the speed button (set to speeds quiet, 1, 2, and 3).
See it in action!
Here is a little (blurry and short) clip of the fan in action, so you can get a better idea of how it moves and works.