Vornado 660 Whole-Room Circulator Fan

Vornado 660 Whole-Room Circulator Fan
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Unlike an ordinary fan, the Vornado 660 Whole Room Air Circulator produces true whole-room air circulation using Vortex Technology. And, despite its midsize appearance, the Vornado 660 uses energy-efficient Vortex Technology to powerfully move air up to 100 feet, providing complete circulation of the room for a more comfortable, even room temperature. From Vornado.

  • Whisper-quiet operation
  • Deep-pitched blades move air up to 100'
  • Front grille is removable for easy cleaning
  • Chrome glide bar offers full control of airflow, adjusting a full 90 degrees
  • Four-speed push-button controls offer low, medium, high, and turbo settings
  • Measures approximately 11-3/4" x 13-1/4" x 14-3/4"
  • ETL listed; 5-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Made in China

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Vornado 660 Whole-Room Circulator Fan is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beast mode Just ordered this large fan, works amazingly too well, I can feel the breeze now and it helps circulate the A/C around the large family room. Savings in AC are going to be great, i noticed my A/C unit isn't on all the time anymore. Living in NYC with A/C window units gets expensive and the good circulation helps not only cool the room, but to keep power costs down. This is the coolest fan, only quirk, is the power button, i wish it either didn't have one or was physical. Nowadays, everyone is hooking up their equipment to electronic timers to remotely control and time when the device operates. My older fan i have set to start circulating air an hour before i arrive home. Regardless, life aint perfect, and this is the greatest fan I've owned, looking forward to getting my next model (Tower Series).
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Fan Vornado has been manufacturing fans for a very, very long time. This is probably their best yet. Box fans do nothing but vibrate and at the end of a long summer season, the bearings are worn out and you get the added pleasure of rattling to go with the vibration. If you place a box fan on one end of a room and sit on the other side, you will not even feel the breeze. I have been using Vornado fans for many years. I currently have ten of these; one for each large room. I had the previous Vornado whole room model but upgraded to this one. None of my old ones ever failed and still work like new after just over 15 years. If you had a large enough room, you could stand more than 50' away and still feel the breeze. The vortex effect mixes the air in a large room in seconds. I cannot say enough about these. Oh, and this model is easier to clean than the last one. I even tried the fans made by the big ball vacuum cleaner maker. They cannot match the Vornado for power. I do have a few of them but use them in places where they can be close enough to feel the breeze. Their main benefit is that they are very quiet. I have two in my large office. The Vornado would blow everything off my desk if I put it in the same spot!
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to tilt? I use these as basic fans (not so much as air circulators), because they are more powerful than the average fan, having a fourth (turbo) setting, and this is effective for direct air flow within 6 feet (whereas it feels more like an oscillating fan from farther away). I like the size of the 660, which is compact and still large enough to fan air around my shoulders. I had considered getting another Vornado model too, with a stand built in, however those do not tilt downward either, so I just got a separate stand about 20 inches tall to set one of these on, or put it on the floor for more versatility there, as it can be tilted up from either position, while the fans built into a stand can only go so low. As far as wanting to tilt one downward from a shelf, I found a good way to do this too. Thinking of wedge shaped bases, I picked up a set of Duralast steel wheel chocks (TD3555) from the auto parts store. I wasn't sure if the fan would slide off, but as it turns out the base of the 660 fan hooks right onto the back of one of these wheel chocks, and remains very stable. So now I have the most extreme downard tilt angle of any fan available, and since the fan can be tilted upward very far as it is, I can adjust the downward tilt to a less extreme angle that way, or even face it up from there. I still gave it five stars for design, because it would have to be taller to tilt down on its own, and I only need this functionality in certain locations, while I want it to be more compact in others.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Fan This is probably the Most Attractive of all my Vornado fans. I love how modern it is in design and function. All it needs now it a remote control and it would really be perfect!
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Yes! but... QUIET: I have lots of smaller Vornado fans/ciruclators. I think they are the most effective air movers I've seen, ever. The old ones had a continuous adjustment (like a radio dial) so you can adjust in tiny increments. The newer ones have specific settings, which means if you need quiet you can't have it on full-blast. This larger one, however, because of its size, blows more air on the lowest setting than the smaller on the higher settings. So that's great for those of use who have a problem with noise. BEWARE: One caution for people who have MCS or anyone who is sensitive to chemical outgassing. This plastic outgasses. I had to put the fan in the laundry room for months, and the last time I checked there was still a slight odor. Hard plastic that does not outgas DOES exist, so if Vornado switched to that I would rate their products excellent in all respects. So would I recommend the fan to a friend? Yes, definitely, with the warning about outgassing.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Leaves little to be desired Expected more from this. Doesn't do much in a California home when inside temp is in the low 80's and outside is over 100. I have grandparents that dont like to turn the AC on which is insane and my bedroom is the warmest room so only when the AC is on, can i feel this a bit. With a ceiling fan, and box fan on as well, its not doing what I expected and def not on mid level. Pretty loud on the highest setting in a small bedroom. If you use your air conditioning like a normal human, and turn the cooling temp to 70 or below like AC should be used...this will circulate your air just swell. Otherwise, you will need to use this IN CONJUNCTION with another fan
Date published: 2015-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shhhhhh! We have a barn on our property which is now served by 2 Vornado fans. One is at least 10 years old and then we just bought this 660 model. This past weekend they worked together to provide air circulation in the barn for a family gathering. Both were quiet and efficient. No negatives.
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from engineering review Exit grid could act more like turning vanes to eliminate swirl. Turning vanes would improve efficiency. Your picture of the helical flow should be straight line flow for advertising. Look at computer fans to get ideas for making your ducted fan quieter. They do things with blade shape and breaking up harmonics. Put a ring around the on/off button to identify it easily. The tilt support makes a clumsy handle for lifting, but it works.
Date published: 2015-08-07
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