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Give the gift of a cooler summer with the Dreo Pilot Max tower fan

Mother’s day? Father’s day? A birthday coming up? Coming up with a great gift for someone is always a struggle, but you’ve got a solid seasonal option right in front of you with the Dreo Pilot Max tower fan.

Now, you might hesitate to buy an appliance for someone. After all, appliances usually take up a bunch of space and use a ton of electricity, don’t they? That’s actually part of what makes the Dreo Pilot Max a great gift. It’s a powerful tower fan that’ll let your friends or family dial back on the heat for the summer without using a ton of electricity or taking up a bunch of space.

As a tower fan, the Dreo Pilot Max just needs a little bit of space on the floor. Its height does the heavy lifting with a 42-inch impeller fan that creates a huge column of moving air that your typical box fans or pedestal fans would have a hard time meeting. The fan can move 1,475 cubic feet of air through it every minute, so you’ll be giving the gift of airflow. And airflow is key to staying cool in the summer heat. 

Your gift recipient will get to dial in anything from a calming breeze so quiet they could sleep to it up to a powerful 26 ft/second gale that won’t let the summer heat ever get a chance to linger on them. A 120-degree oscillation range and 32-foot blowing range make the Dreo Pilot Max capable of covering even massive rooms with its refreshing airflow. 

The Dreo Pilot Max also has an elegant design that’ll lend your recipients’ home an extra touch of class. The power it uses will also blend nicely into their electricity bill — it's a gift that keeps giving. Running the fan for three months at its lowest setting would cost only a little over a dollar. The fan includes a sleep timer as well, so it won’t accidentally get left on for that long. 

While normal fans tend to collect a ton of dust over time and become eyesores because they're so hard to get clean, the Dreo Pilot Max has a removable grille that makes cleaning easier. If your gift recipient is using a classic fan, this quality-of-life upgrade alone might be a good enough gift even before considering all the other great aspects of the Pilot Max.

If you want to keep your loved one cool this summer (and maybe yourself when you’re visiting), you can grab the Dreo Pilot Max from Dreo directly or find it on Amazon or from Walmart



Source: TechRadar

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