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Best Pedestal Fans in India - Review and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best pedestal fans in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Pedestal fans have been humble alternatives to ACs and the famous ceiling fans in Indian homes. These fans have proved their worth, especially in houses that have lesser scope for ceiling fans and cannot accommodate an AC. Due to several comfort functionalities like adjustable height and controllable airflow, the pedestal fans have successfully sustained over time. We present an informative buyers' guide with all the nitty-gritty and the top 7 best pedestal fans of India.

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Number of Blades

Blade Sweep Size

Power Consumption

Pro's & Con's

Blade Speed

Air Flow

Number of Speed Settings

Blade Material

Weight

Warranty

Adjustable height

Remote

Timer

Maxx Air

Usha

Maxx Air

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9.8 / 10

12/2020

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400 mm

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55 watts

Aerodynamically designed blades
Height adjusting mechanism and flexible tilt-back
Energy efficient
Quiet operation
Not very high speed
1280 RPM
67 CMM
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7.2 kg
2 years

Havels

Augusta

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9.8 / 10

12/2020

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3

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400 mm

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54 watts

Quiet operation
Compact design
Comes with a timer
Knobs and buttons are less durable
1350 RPM
72 CMM
3
ABS Plastic
7.66 kg
2 years

iBELL

CHROME10

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9.8 / 10

12/2020

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5

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406 mm

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55 watt

Affordable
Quite operation
Timer lasts for 2 hours
1350 RPM
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Plastic
5.47 kg
1 year

V Guard

Esfera

B07TLCFTJP

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9.7 / 10

12/2020

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3

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400 mm

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55 watt

Decent build
Compact size
Remote controlled
Auto shut on/ off
Noisy operation
Substandard blade quality
1350 RPM
73 CMM
3
ABS Plastic
7.51 kg
2 years

V Guard

Gatimaan

1500072

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9.6 / 10

12/2020

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3

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400 mm

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120 watt

High speed motor
Great airflow
Noisy operation
Plastic pieces not durable
Low energy efficiency
2100 RPM
90 CMM
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8.7 kg
2 years

American Micronic Instruments

AMI-PFT-55WDx

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9.5 / 10

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3

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400 mm

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55 watt

Easily movable
Timer function
Automatic oil reservoir for motor lubrication
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Not Available
75 CMM
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Plastic
7.3 kg
1 year

Orient

Electric Stand-82

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9.4 / 10

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400mm

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53 watt

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Easy assembly
Quite operation
Low airflow
1330 RPM
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6.1 kg
2 year

Usha

Maxx Air


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9.8 / 10

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Pro's & Con's

Aerodynamically designed blades
Height adjusting mechanism and flexible tilt-back
Energy efficient
Quiet operation
Not very high speed

Features

Number of Blades

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400 mm

Power Consumption

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55 watts

Blade Speed

1280 RPM

Air Flow

67 CMM

Number of Speed Settings

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Blade Material

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Weight

7.2 kg

Warranty

2 years

Adjustable height

Remote

Timer

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Buyer's Guide- Best Pedestal Fans in India 2021

Everything you should know to find the best pedestal fan for you and your family.

1

Features: Most important purchase criteria for pedestal fans

Here’s a sneak peek into the most significant features to consider before buying a pedestal fan

2

FAQ: Learn more about the details

Any questions left? Here they are, including answers.

3

How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for pedestal fans

Best practices for pedestal fan usage and care.

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Our Picks: How we picked the best pedestal fans in India 2021

Find out how we selected and ranked the products.

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for pedestal fans

1.1 Number of Blades

Fans generally have aluminium, steel, or plastic blades. It doesn't really matter what is the blade material, as it throws air outside in similar ways and uses the same mechanism whatsoever. However, what is essential is to check for the number of blades in a fan. Pedestal fans come with a 3-blades, 4-blades, and even a 5-blades.

The number of blades does have an impact on the airflow, and will significantly define your experience. Less number of blades implies better airflow, as there is less stress on the motor, which allows it to function faster, resulting in better airflow.

From the durability point of view, both steel and aluminium blades are any day better than the plastic counterpart.

Fans generally have aluminium, steel, or plastic blades. It doesn't really matter what is the blade material, as it throws air outside in similar ways and uses the same mechanism whatsoever. However, what is essential is to check for the number of blades in a fan. Pedestal fans come with a 3-blades, 4-blades, and even a 5-blades.

The number of blades does have an impact on the airflow, and will significantly define your experience. Less number of blades implies better airflow, as there is less stress on the motor, which allows it to function faster, resulting in better airflow.

From the durability point of view, both steel and aluminium blades are any day better than the plastic counterpart.

1.2 Sweep Range

The sweep range or the blade sweep range can be defined as the fan's area can provide adequate cooling. The higher the sweep range, the more space is covered by the fan and is adequately cooled from its base position. A sweep range of 400 mm and above is considered to be decent.

The sweep range or the blade sweep range can be defined as the fan's area can provide adequate cooling. The higher the sweep range, the more space is covered by the fan and is adequately cooled from its base position. A sweep range of 400 mm and above is considered to be decent.

1.3 Noise

Typically, a pedestal fan produces 60-decibel noise while operating, which is equal to the sound generated when two-people talk in a normal tone. However, if you have sensitive ears and the equipment seems noisier, switch to a fan with lower decibels. Having said that, there is no pedestal fan that doesn’t make noise.

Another thing to consider is an area of operation. If you use the fan in a quiet place, even a fan with fewer decibels will appear noisy. On the other hand, the same fan will seem perfectly fine if used in a place where other noise-making equipment is used. If your fan is making an unusual noise, it can be due to internal defects and malfunction.

Typically, a pedestal fan produces 60-decibel noise while operating, which is equal to the sound generated when two-people talk in a normal tone. However, if you have sensitive ears and the equipment seems noisier, switch to a fan with lower decibels. Having said that, there is no pedestal fan that doesn’t make noise.

Another thing to consider is an area of operation. If you use the fan in a quiet place, even a fan with fewer decibels will appear noisy. On the other hand, the same fan will seem perfectly fine if used in a place where other noise-making equipment is used. If your fan is making an unusual noise, it can be due to internal defects and malfunction.

1.4 Fan Speed

Another critical factor to consider while choosing a pedestal fan is the speed. The fans have an option of a fixed or variable speed (low, medium, and high). When placed in a room with a small surface area, most pedestal fans work fine even at a uniform speed. Whereas in the bigger room and especially in humid temperatures, you might want to go for a fan that comes with different speed setting. The fan speed is measured in RPM (rotations per minute).

Another critical factor to consider while choosing a pedestal fan is the speed. The fans have an option of a fixed or variable speed (low, medium, and high). When placed in a room with a small surface area, most pedestal fans work fine even at a uniform speed. Whereas in the bigger room and especially in humid temperatures, you might want to go for a fan that comes with different speed setting. The fan speed is measured in RPM (rotations per minute).

1.5 Air Delivery

Measured in Cubic Meter Per Minute (CMM), the air delivery matrix indicates the amount of air circulation per minute in a fan. Clearly, the fan with a higher CMM should be preferred over the fan with a lower CMM.

Measured in Cubic Meter Per Minute (CMM), the air delivery matrix indicates the amount of air circulation per minute in a fan. Clearly, the fan with a higher CMM should be preferred over the fan with a lower CMM.

1.6 Material

Pedestal fans generally have three body types - plastic, aluminium, and brass. Plastic stands tall in terms of durability when compared to stainless steel as it is corrosion free. However, most pedestal fans these days come with a polymer coat on stainless steel to prevent steel from corrosion. Similarly, brass is also prone to rust. It can be made rust-free by polishing the metal, which will eventually enhance its durability.

Pedestal fans generally have three body types - plastic, aluminium, and brass. Plastic stands tall in terms of durability when compared to stainless steel as it is corrosion free. However, most pedestal fans these days come with a polymer coat on stainless steel to prevent steel from corrosion. Similarly, brass is also prone to rust. It can be made rust-free by polishing the metal, which will eventually enhance its durability.

1.7 Ease to Clean

Ease to clean is an essential factor to consider while purchasing a fan. Features like a removable grill and easy reach to the corners make it easier to clean and maintain the fan in the long run.

Ease to clean is an essential factor to consider while purchasing a fan. Features like a removable grill and easy reach to the corners make it easier to clean and maintain the fan in the long run.

1.8 Modes

Pedestal fans have primarily two modes - sleeping mode and neutral mode. Both of them have specific presets, depending on model and brand, which regulates the fan's speed on a regular interval. Some fans also have an additional mode, known as the reduction mode. It is used during bedtime as it regulates the speed automatically by reducing the speed gradually to the next lower setting every half an hour.

Pedestal fans have primarily two modes - sleeping mode and neutral mode. Both of them have specific presets, depending on model and brand, which regulates the fan's speed on a regular interval. Some fans also have an additional mode, known as the reduction mode. It is used during bedtime as it regulates the speed automatically by reducing the speed gradually to the next lower setting every half an hour.

1.9 Height Adjustment

Pedestal fans offer height adjustments to suit your need and redefine the target area of the airflow. Under this feature, another thing worth considering is that does the rod provides enough movement to change and adjust the fan's height with ease.

Pedestal fans offer height adjustments to suit your need and redefine the target area of the airflow. Under this feature, another thing worth considering is that does the rod provides enough movement to change and adjust the fan's height with ease.

1.10 Remote Control

The remote control is more of a comfort feature as you can switch on/off the fan from your comfort zone. These days most of the pedestal fans come with remote control. This is not a must-have but comfort centric feature.

The remote control is more of a comfort feature as you can switch on/off the fan from your comfort zone. These days most of the pedestal fans come with remote control. This is not a must-have but comfort centric feature.

1.11 Budget and Warranty

The budget and warranty are two features which remain common for maximum products, including a pedestal fan. In the case of a pedestal fan, it is good to go for a known manufacturer who would give you an excellent value for money product along with a decent warranty.

The budget and warranty are two features which remain common for maximum products, including a pedestal fan. In the case of a pedestal fan, it is good to go for a known manufacturer who would give you an excellent value for money product along with a decent warranty.

1.12 Types

The pedestal fans can be divided into three categories based on their functionality and motion - fixed motion, rotating motion, and oscillating motion.

  • Fixed motion fans

As the name suggests, the fixed motion fans are those fans that operate only in one direction. They have to be physically moved from one place to other every time you need to change the airflow direction.

  • Rotating motion fans

Unlike the fixed motion fans, the rotating motion fans provide cool air in all the directions via rotating movement.

  • Oscillating motion fans

Oscillating motion fans are similar to single direction fans. They move to a certain angle first and then remain still in that direction for a few seconds or till the time it is paused. Therefore, the cool air is enjoyed by those sitting in the direction where the fan has halted its movement.

The pedestal fans can be divided into three categories based on their functionality and motion - fixed motion, rotating motion, and oscillating motion.

  • Fixed motion fans

As the name suggests, the fixed motion fans are those fans that operate only in one direction. They have to be physically moved from one place to other every time you need to change the airflow direction.

  • Rotating motion fans

Unlike the fixed motion fans, the rotating motion fans provide cool air in all the directions via rotating movement.

  • Oscillating motion fans

Oscillating motion fans are similar to single direction fans. They move to a certain angle first and then remain still in that direction for a few seconds or till the time it is paused. Therefore, the cool air is enjoyed by those sitting in the direction where the fan has halted its movement.

2. FAQ: Learn more about the details

2.1 What are pedestal fans?

Pedestal fans are simply the fans placed on a metal or a plastic rod with blades affixed on the top, behind the grills. They are often referred to as standing fans and are a popular alternative of ceiling fans.

Pedestal fans are simply the fans placed on a metal or a plastic rod with blades affixed on the top, behind the grills. They are often referred to as standing fans and are a popular alternative of ceiling fans.

2.2 Which fan consumes more power - pedestal fan or a ceiling fan?

Pedestal fans consume lesser electricity than the ceiling fans. While a pedestal fan consumes close to 50-55 watts of power, the ceiling fan uses around 70-85 watts of power when operated at the same speed. The consumption may vary in energy-efficient- 5 stars rated fans.

Pedestal fans consume lesser electricity than the ceiling fans. While a pedestal fan consumes close to 50-55 watts of power, the ceiling fan uses around 70-85 watts of power when operated at the same speed. The consumption may vary in energy-efficient- 5 stars rated fans.

2.3 How to clean pedestal fan blades?

The blades of a pedestal fan could be cleaned in a few simple steps:

  • Remove the grill.

  • Take a dry cloth to clean dust and dirt off the blades.

  • Use the right liquid or vinegar for cleaning blades (water may rust the steel blades).

The blades of a pedestal fan could be cleaned in a few simple steps:

  • Remove the grill.

  • Take a dry cloth to clean dust and dirt off the blades.

  • Use the right liquid or vinegar for cleaning blades (water may rust the steel blades).

2.4 Do pedestal fans use more electricity?

Not really. In fact, the power consumed by a table fan and pedestal fan is almost the same. They tend to consume 50-55 watt of electricity.

Not really. In fact, the power consumed by a table fan and pedestal fan is almost the same. They tend to consume 50-55 watt of electricity.

2.5 How do I get cool air from my pedestal fans?

You can either put the fan near an open window or place a wet cloth above the fan. However, don’t forget to take the precautions that the cloth is not tangled with the fan blades. These are a few home hacks to enjoy the cool air.

You can either put the fan near an open window or place a wet cloth above the fan. However, don’t forget to take the precautions that the cloth is not tangled with the fan blades. These are a few home hacks to enjoy the cool air.

2.6 What are the top brands manufacturing pedestal fans in India?

Havels, Usha, Bajaj are some of the top brands of pedestal fans in India.

Havels, Usha, Bajaj are some of the top brands of pedestal fans in India.

3. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for pedestal fans

3.1 What are the general caring tips for pedestal fans?

  • Do not use the fan outdoors.

  • Use the fan once it is correctly assembled.

  • Do not use the fan in an area with a high temperature (over 104 degrees Farahenhite), high humidity, or in a steam-filled space.

  • Do not put your finger, object or any other thing through the grilles.

  • Do not touch the fan blades while they are rotating.

  • Keep children and infants away from the fan.

  • Ensure that curtains or other objects are not sucked into the fan during operation.

  • Do not spray the fan with insecticide.

  • If the fan has a polarised plug (one blade is wider than the other), then to reduce the risk of shock, the plug should be fixed inside the outlet just as instructed in the manual.

  • If plug fails to fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug.

  • Unplug from the wall outlet before servicing the fan.

  • To avoid shock hazard, the fan should be plugged into a specified and compatible power outlets.

  • Do not use the fan outdoors.

  • Use the fan once it is correctly assembled.

  • Do not use the fan in an area with a high temperature (over 104 degrees Farahenhite), high humidity, or in a steam-filled space.

  • Do not put your finger, object or any other thing through the grilles.

  • Do not touch the fan blades while they are rotating.

  • Keep children and infants away from the fan.

  • Ensure that curtains or other objects are not sucked into the fan during operation.

  • Do not spray the fan with insecticide.

  • If the fan has a polarised plug (one blade is wider than the other), then to reduce the risk of shock, the plug should be fixed inside the outlet just as instructed in the manual.

  • If plug fails to fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug.

  • Unplug from the wall outlet before servicing the fan.

  • To avoid shock hazard, the fan should be plugged into a specified and compatible power outlets.

3.2 How to adjust the height of a pedestal fan?

Pedestal Fans have self-adjusting screws that are to be taken out to pull the rod and adjust the fan’s height.

Pedestal Fans have self-adjusting screws that are to be taken out to pull the rod and adjust the fan’s height.

3.3 How to assemble a pedestal fan?

Assembling a pedestal fan does not demand any expertise, and you can quickly assemble a fan at home. The only requisite is a screwdriver. Here is how you can go along and assemble your pedestal fan.

  • De-assemble all the parts.

  • Take out the stand and pole.

  • Place the pole on the stand, insert the screws in the grooves and finally tighten the screws with a screwdriver.

  • To assemble the motor, place it towards the rear safety grill and fit in the gap.

  • Next, install the motor and rear grill over the top of the fan-pole.

  • Again, insert the screws and tighten them.

  • Fix the safety grill on the fan by locking the clips over the rear safety grill.

  • For wiring, join the wires to the socket attached to the pole.

  • Check and tighten screws one final time and turn the fan on.

Assembling a pedestal fan does not demand any expertise, and you can quickly assemble a fan at home. The only requisite is a screwdriver. Here is how you can go along and assemble your pedestal fan.

  • De-assemble all the parts.

  • Take out the stand and pole.

  • Place the pole on the stand, insert the screws in the grooves and finally tighten the screws with a screwdriver.

  • To assemble the motor, place it towards the rear safety grill and fit in the gap.

  • Next, install the motor and rear grill over the top of the fan-pole.

  • Again, insert the screws and tighten them.

  • Fix the safety grill on the fan by locking the clips over the rear safety grill.

  • For wiring, join the wires to the socket attached to the pole.

  • Check and tighten screws one final time and turn the fan on.

4. Fun Facts: Interesting facts, figures and things to know about pedestal fans

4.1 The first electric fan, commonly referred to as the Crocker-Wheeler electric fan, was invented on Jan 1, 1892. It was a base point for the invention of many of its successors including the air conditioners.

4.2 In the year 1882, the world's first electric ceiling fan was developed by Philip Diehl. These fans were powered by oil, kerosene and even alcohol!

4.3 In 1909, KDK of Japan pioneered the invention of mass-produced electric fans for home use.

4.4 Industrial development lead to the mass production of steel fans in various shapes and sizes.

4.5  Crompton Greaves of India became the world's largest manufacturer of electric ceiling fans by 1940s.

4.6 By the 1950s, table and stand fans were manufactured in colours that were bright and eye-catching.

4.7 The high-volume low-speed (HVLS) was invented by William Fairbank and Walter K. Boyd in 1998. It was designed with an aim to reduce energy consumption.

4.1 The first electric fan, commonly referred to as the Crocker-Wheeler electric fan, was invented on Jan 1, 1892. It was a base point for the invention of many of its successors including the air conditioners.

4.2 In the year 1882, the world's first electric ceiling fan was developed by Philip Diehl. These fans were powered by oil, kerosene and even alcohol!

4.3 In 1909, KDK of Japan pioneered the invention of mass-produced electric fans for home use.

4.4 Industrial development lead to the mass production of steel fans in various shapes and sizes.

4.5  Crompton Greaves of India became the world's largest manufacturer of electric ceiling fans by 1940s.

4.6 By the 1950s, table and stand fans were manufactured in colours that were bright and eye-catching.

4.7 The high-volume low-speed (HVLS) was invented by William Fairbank and Walter K. Boyd in 1998. It was designed with an aim to reduce energy consumption.

5. Our Picks: How we picked the best pedestal fans in India 2021

5.1 Usha Maxx Air 400mm Pedestal Fan

Usha is a synonym of trust in electrical home appliances industry for so many years. It is not surprising that it has stolen the top spot.

It is a great value for money product with superior performance and high durability. With a stunning 1450 RPM rate, it provides a perfect amount of cool air. Its powerful all-weather copper motor makes it even more robust and useful throughout the year. Further, the aerodynamic blades keep the fan silent during its operation.

The fan body is made from the ABS plastic and its auto fuse mechanism to protect the fan motor from overheating.

The 55 watts energy consumption and 67 CMM airflow delivery rate are the index of its stellar performance and energy-efficiency. However, it’s a little bulky compared to most fans on the list, making it a little uneasy to relocate or transport.

It comes with adjustable height and tiltable head to use it in ways that suit your needs. Moreover, it has a 2-year product warranty.

Usha is a synonym of trust in electrical home appliances industry for so many years. It is not surprising that it has stolen the top spot.

It is a great value for money product with superior performance and high durability. With a stunning 1450 RPM rate, it provides a perfect amount of cool air. Its powerful all-weather copper motor makes it even more robust and useful throughout the year. Further, the aerodynamic blades keep the fan silent during its operation.

The fan body is made from the ABS plastic and its auto fuse mechanism to protect the fan motor from overheating.

The 55 watts energy consumption and 67 CMM airflow delivery rate are the index of its stellar performance and energy-efficiency. However, it’s a little bulky compared to most fans on the list, making it a little uneasy to relocate or transport.

It comes with adjustable height and tiltable head to use it in ways that suit your needs. Moreover, it has a 2-year product warranty.

5.2 Havells Augusta 400 MM Pedestal Fan (Black and Red) with Timer

Havells is yet another brand name in the household appliances category.

This twin-colour pedestal has a 400 mm sweep range and three blades to provide better cooling. With a 72 CMM air delivery and 1350 RPM rate, this fan ensures fantastic airflow across the room. It consumes 54 Watt energy which makes it highly energy efficient.

It has a 25 mm durable copper motor and a solid base to keep it going. The fan has an oscillatory motion due to which it moves at a 90-degree angle and then remains still in a particular direction. Equipped with an adjustable height, it can direct the airflow wherever required easily. Furthermore, its coupled with a 3-hour timer to adjust the cooling on intervals.

This pedestal fan has a two-year manufacturer warranty and includes a motor, mounting accessories kit, blade, guard set, guard ring, pole assembly, base assembly, and a guarantee card inside the box.

Havells is yet another brand name in the household appliances category.

This twin-colour pedestal has a 400 mm sweep range and three blades to provide better cooling. With a 72 CMM air delivery and 1350 RPM rate, this fan ensures fantastic airflow across the room. It consumes 54 Watt energy which makes it highly energy efficient.

It has a 25 mm durable copper motor and a solid base to keep it going. The fan has an oscillatory motion due to which it moves at a 90-degree angle and then remains still in a particular direction. Equipped with an adjustable height, it can direct the airflow wherever required easily. Furthermore, its coupled with a 3-hour timer to adjust the cooling on intervals.

This pedestal fan has a two-year manufacturer warranty and includes a motor, mounting accessories kit, blade, guard set, guard ring, pole assembly, base assembly, and a guarantee card inside the box.

5.3 iBELL CHROME10 Pedestal Fan 5 Leaf,406 mm, High Speed with Timer Switch

The iBell Chrome 10 Pedestal is a well built and durable fan having 5 blades and powder-coated metal grills for superior safety. This oscillating fan is one of the best picks available at an economical price. It is a lightweight portable fan and has a stunning and glossy black and white finish.

It facilitates quiet functioning and operates at 1350 RPM with a sweep range of 406 mm. With jerk-free and smooth oscillations, it can easily handle voltage fluctuations. The 2 hours timer, tilting knob, adjustable height, and 3-speed settings make it all-round equipment for a customer.

It is a 55-watt power-consuming fan and well suited for medium and small spaces.

The iBell Chrome 10 Pedestal is a well built and durable fan having 5 blades and powder-coated metal grills for superior safety. This oscillating fan is one of the best picks available at an economical price. It is a lightweight portable fan and has a stunning and glossy black and white finish.

It facilitates quiet functioning and operates at 1350 RPM with a sweep range of 406 mm. With jerk-free and smooth oscillations, it can easily handle voltage fluctuations. The 2 hours timer, tilting knob, adjustable height, and 3-speed settings make it all-round equipment for a customer.

It is a 55-watt power-consuming fan and well suited for medium and small spaces.

5.4 V-Guard Esfera Pedestal Fan with Remote (Orange & Black)

This remote controlled gorgeously designed pedestal fan is gonna be your top choice if you look for an easy to handle and power-efficient equipment.

The fan operates at 1350 RPM speed, consumes 55-watt power, and deliver excellent performance within 400 mm sweep range. The fan comes is a step ahead of others as it has not two but three-level speed selectors namely, natural, sleep and normal.

With an inbuilt thermal overload protector, it automatically minimizes the peril of overheating upon prolonged use. Moreover, this highly durable cooling equipment has a 2-year domestic warranty.

This remote controlled gorgeously designed pedestal fan is gonna be your top choice if you look for an easy to handle and power-efficient equipment.

The fan operates at 1350 RPM speed, consumes 55-watt power, and deliver excellent performance within 400 mm sweep range. The fan comes is a step ahead of others as it has not two but three-level speed selectors namely, natural, sleep and normal.

With an inbuilt thermal overload protector, it automatically minimizes the peril of overheating upon prolonged use. Moreover, this highly durable cooling equipment has a 2-year domestic warranty.

5.5 V-Guard Gatimaan High-Speed Pedestal Fan With Timer (White and Blue)

Except for the fact that the V guard Gatiman fans is one of the most energy-consuming entries on the list. It's all worth the buzz about this powerful pedestal fan. With an amazing cooling capacity and superb airflow, this fan caught our eyes for all good reasons.

It has a smooth and quiet oscillation which is possible due to the aerodynamical design and balanced blades. It is made out of high end and long-lasting ABS plastic material. Besides, it has a built-in 120 minutes timer and a 3-speed selector.

Gatimaan has a motor speed of 2100 RPM resulting in exceptionally well cooling. However, this speed has its impact on energy consumption and the fan consumes 120-watt power in each run. The blade sweep size of the fan is 400 mm and offers 90 CMM airflow.

We like its sleek design and a compact structure. Furthermore, it is a lightweight fan which makes it super portable. Last but not least, it has a 2-year domestic warranty against damages.

Except for the fact that the V guard Gatiman fans is one of the most energy-consuming entries on the list. It's all worth the buzz about this powerful pedestal fan. With an amazing cooling capacity and superb airflow, this fan caught our eyes for all good reasons.

It has a smooth and quiet oscillation which is possible due to the aerodynamical design and balanced blades. It is made out of high end and long-lasting ABS plastic material. Besides, it has a built-in 120 minutes timer and a 3-speed selector.

Gatimaan has a motor speed of 2100 RPM resulting in exceptionally well cooling. However, this speed has its impact on energy consumption and the fan consumes 120-watt power in each run. The blade sweep size of the fan is 400 mm and offers 90 CMM airflow.

We like its sleek design and a compact structure. Furthermore, it is a lightweight fan which makes it super portable. Last but not least, it has a 2-year domestic warranty against damages.

5.6 American Micronic- AMI-PFT-55WDx-Imported Pedestal Fan 400mm, 55 watts 3 Speed Motor with 120 min Timer, 100% Copper Motor with 3 Year Motor Warranty (Black)

The American Micronic is undoubtedly one of the most robust and powerful pedestal fans. It has 3-speed levels and an all-season copper motor. This has an air delivery capacity of 75 CMM and sweep range of 400 MM.

120 minutes timer with automatic shutdown features is one of the prominent selling points of this fan. It also features an automatic oil reservoir lubrication which ensures that the motor mechanisms remain intact for a longer span of time. It bears a 3-year motor replacement guarantee.

The American Micronic is undoubtedly one of the most robust and powerful pedestal fans. It has 3-speed levels and an all-season copper motor. This has an air delivery capacity of 75 CMM and sweep range of 400 MM.

120 minutes timer with automatic shutdown features is one of the prominent selling points of this fan. It also features an automatic oil reservoir lubrication which ensures that the motor mechanisms remain intact for a longer span of time. It bears a 3-year motor replacement guarantee.

5.7 Orient Electric Stand-82 400mm Pedestal Fan (Crystal White/Sky Blue)

The Orient fans are known for making the best of the electrical appliances and an Orient Electric Stand 82 has proved that again.

It boosts aerodynamically designed resin blades for optimum airflow, a 3-speed piano switch control plus a telescopic arrangement for height adjustment.

Apart from consuming 54 watts power, this oscillation fan provides a 90-degree turn and a tilting head. Moreover, the fan head has a protective powder coated guard with a polymer ring to enhance head durability.

Coming with a thermal overload protection device, this pedestal fan has a 2-year warranty on the product. Checkout buying guide, reviews and comparison of best wall mount fans, best ceiling fans, best room heaters in India.

The Orient fans are known for making the best of the electrical appliances and an Orient Electric Stand 82 has proved that again.

It boosts aerodynamically designed resin blades for optimum airflow, a 3-speed piano switch control plus a telescopic arrangement for height adjustment.

Apart from consuming 54 watts power, this oscillation fan provides a 90-degree turn and a tilting head. Moreover, the fan head has a protective powder coated guard with a polymer ring to enhance head durability.

Coming with a thermal overload protection device, this pedestal fan has a 2-year warranty on the product. Checkout buying guide, reviews and comparison of best wall mount fans, best ceiling fans, best room heaters in India.