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For review, I was sent the Ohuhu® Heavy Duty Gullwing Drying Rack,*. This drying rack is made with rust proof stainless steel and light blue plastic. It features two adjustable side wings and a number of drying options and arrangements.
Here is the review I posted to Amazon;
“While I hadn’t previously been interested in drying racks, with my recent move to Seattle, I knew I would be needing a drying rack of my own. And I’m quite please to have been chosen to review this one! I prefer it to the drying rack I’d been using at ‘home’.
I find that this drying rack as a number of places to hang various items and a number of options for me to choose from. It has places to dry shoes on the bottle, hang shirts on the top, enough room to lay items flat. I haven’t actually had to use it yet to dry clothes, but I’m looking forward to it. I tried it out with some dry clothes to see what I could fit and was glad to find it quite spacious.
Overall, I light this drying rack. I like the materials it’s made from and its color. I quite like that it folds up conveniently enough to stow away behind my bedroom door where it’s out of sight and out of the way until I need it again. I would recommend this drying rack to anything looking for one.”
Dry your own clothes!
For review, I was sent an Oscillating Tower Fan from Ozeri. I’ve previously reviewed a fan from Ozeri, but I wanted to review this one with the purpose of having it be our new wood stove heat circulation system, or sorts. Continue on to read my review, and view a video clip of these fan in motion.
This fan is about 3 feet tall, counting the extended base. It’s fan area is about 1.5 feet tall, which makes for a nice amount of air flow. The oscillation rotates to cover about three-quarters of the fans surrounding area. It features of control panel as well as a removable remote. The display screen shows you the temperature of the air by the fan as well as the speed and mode you are using.
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Here is a video showing the fan in action. I tried to do a voiceover so you could get a better idea what you’re seeing, but my iMovie was creating a terrible buzzing when I tried. Another time, hopefully…
So far, this fan is working out pretty well next to our wood stove. It’s only just now begun to get cold enough some days to justify lighting a fire. We have the fan currently placed to the side of the wood stove so that it can push the hot air in from of the stove out into the rest of the room. The oscillation is helpful in spreading around the heat. And it seem to be working pretty well so far!
Overall, I like this fan. It’s shape makes it nice for small spaces, because it doesn’t take up a lot of room, but still give off a lot of fan power and air. It’s working quite well in conjunction with our wood stove, and I imagine it would be great for hot days in the summer, too.