This week we’re preparing for the summer heat to finally hit! We’re therefore welcoming, with open arms, the return of the Aldi fan range – in stores and online this week.
From tall tower options to stylish metallic desk models, there’s a cooling design for all tastes.
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When the Aldi fans hit stores last year they were an instant sell-out, again arriving just in time for the heatwave.
It’s become somewhat of a weekly mission for us here at Ideal Home HQ to track down the best home buys to hit Aldi! This week it has to be these fans, cool in every sense of the word…
The Aldi fan is back…
As temperatures start to rise this week be sure to keep your cool. Don’t suffer in the heat, grab yourself one of the new stylish Aldi fans.
The compact tabletop fans at Aldi will do the job to blow away all the hot air.
The design features an adjustable tilt and three speed settings to provide optimum cooling depending on the temperature. Available in an on-trend copper and sleek chrome this fan is cool looking too.
The standing fan has all the same credentials as the tabletop version, only with added height on its side. The standing design has an adjustable height from 90- 125cm.
It features an adjustable tilt and three speed settings the same as the smaller version, with an added oscillating option. This free-standing fan provides the right amount of cool air exactly where you need it.
Buy now: Pedestal Fan, £32.99, Aldi
Aldi tower fan
For when you need to really keep your cool, a tall tower design is just the thing. This space-saving slim design features a 90 degrees oscillation mechanism and 3 blower settings to circulate cool air with ease.
Buy now: Easy Home Tower Fan, £19.99, Aldi
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Be quick, you know the Specialbuys drill by now – once they’re gone, they’re gone. We wish this wasn’t the case… we’re working on using our powers of persuasion to make some lines permanent. Until then, speed is the key.
It’s worth investing in a fan now, before summer heats up.