Ozeri Brezza II
The Ozeri Brezza II Dual fan is quite simply, the most affordable and technologically advanced oscillating fan on the market. It’s stylish and modern looking as well as compact. This means it will fit well into any type of décor and will not take up valuable desk space. The dual oscillation technology with this model means it will deliver much needed cool air both horizontally and vertically.
The overall design of the Ozeri Brezza II Dual 10 inch fan reflects the technology behind it. It has the ability to oscillate from both left to right and up and down. This negates the need to move the unit. It also means that cool air reaches the whole room and it eliminates hotspots. On its fixed axis, this fan can be adjusted up to 90 degrees for uniform airflow.
With 3 speeds, the user can make use of a gentle cool breeze, refreshing wind or, if needed, a powerful stream of air. Add to this the technology used to keep the decibel level down and you have one of the most versatile and quietest fans on the market.
What We Liked
- Incredibly Versatile
With 3 speeds and the ability to oscillate both from left to right and up and down, the Ozeri Brezza II is one of the most versatile fans on the market.
- Sleek Design/Ultra Quiet
The aerodynamic design ensures the whole room is kept cool, but at the same-time the manufacturer has managed to produce a product that will add a touch of class to any desk space.
- Ease of Use
Equipped with easy to use front controls, it’s possible to access all fan speeds and directional airflow. The user also benefits from a push button non-oscillating feature.
Weighing a mere 6lbs and equipped with a convenient carry handle, the Ozeri Brezza II can easily be moved from room to room.
- Blade Size
The Ozeri Brezza II is advertised as a 10 inch fan. However, you should be aware this does not relate to the blade size; it relates to the housing. The blades on this unit are 6 inches.
- Noise Levels
There have been mixed reviews here. Some say the noise is too much when on the higher setting; however there are consumers that are quite happy to deal with the “white noise” over being too hot.
What We Didn't Like
Ozeri Brezza has done a fine job with the design of their dual oscillating fan. It’s sleek and attractive to look at, and in terms of performance this unit rates very highly indeed. The controls are simple to use, and it can be up and running within minutes of arrival (no assembly required). Considering the price range and the efforts the manufacturer has gone to in terms of looks and operation, this is a very good buy.Review by AirReflect ©
Last modified: April 21, 2013 (Prices are updated daily)