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English Bronze

  • Close-up Vintage Bronze Finish
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Product Description

The English Bronze SleepFan offers a hand finished look with a rich appearance.  The Beechwood blade, keeping with the antique look, produces 15% more airflow than traditional pedestal fans while remaining one of the quietest fans on the market.  

The SleepFan's patent pending technology allows you to adjust the sound volume of the fan independent from the airflow.  With the petals in their quietest positon, your SleepFan can be the focal point of the room during the day.  At night the petals can be moved forward, increasing the volume and gently luring you to sleep.

  • Ultra quiet blade technology
  • High velocity airflow
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Steel body construction                                               
  • Fully adjustable height from 36" to 48"                         
  • Three speeds
  • Oscillation for broad room coverage
  • Tilts to direct air where needed                                    
  • Cage diameter: 17.75"
  • Base diameter: 15.5"                                                 
  • Patent Pending Technology

*Compared to other 16" fans moving a comparable volume of air.


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  1. Soothing Fan 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Aug 2011

    I've slept with a fan on and off over the years, especially when I worked third shift. Unfortunately I had to give up working third, because I just couldn't find a fan that made a soothing enough sound to cover the noises around me. I believe I've found it with the Sleepfan. If I could only make one improvement, it would be to have low speed just a bit lower. Thanks Sleepfans for making my night.

  2. I don't wake up anymore! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2011

    I am totally OCD about noise when I sleep and since I usually go to bed before my husband that can be a problem. I've tried white noise machines, but they are always on a loop of some kind and (OCD here) it bugs me. I've tried ear plugs, tylenol pm, and regular fans - but between hubby, traffic and barking dogs I just didn't sleep well. I wasn't sure about this fan, it cost more than other fans, but I can adjust how loud the noise is on it and it doesn't irritate me like white noise usually does (I'm not sure why). I've had the fan two weeks now and I don't know if it's the fan or not, but I haven't woke up and stared at the clock till it went off since I got it.