Comfort Zone Brings Smart Functionality, Color to Portable Fans

Intros include three USB and battery-powered fans
April 21, 2016Andrea Lillo

Comfort Zone World and MainCRANBURY, N.J.—World and Main brand Comfort Zone will launch its new portable fan collection at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas next month, which incorporate smart functionality.

“The new personal fan introductions from Comfort Zone were designed to bring the latest innovations, like USB powered fans, to the market with sharp pricing for our retail partners,” said Barry Jacobs, senior director, home environment. “Cool, sleek designs and hot, trendy colors plus an eye on materials, all contributed to the broad assortment and attractiveness of this new collection.” A leading manufacturer of personal heaters and portable fans, World and Main exhibits in booth #40019 at the show.

The introductions include three USB/battery powered fans and two desk fans. The new USB/battery fans are a five-inch oscillating desk fan, a four-inch clip/desk fan and a four-inch folding desk/portable fan. The five-inch Turbo Euro-style desk fan has two speeds, a 90 degree adjustable tilt and can also double as a wall mount, while the new 12-inch Desktop Tower fan has a slim design to fit easily on crowded desks and features two speeds and oscillation.

Featuring a hybrid design, the High Output Hybrid Tower fan uses a high-output centrifugal fan rotated 90 degrees for a slim, elegant design. Its Eco Mode Smart Cooling technology automatically optimizes fan speed to reach a comfortable temperature while keeping energy consumption in check. It also features a washable filter, adjustable louvers and an eight-hour timer with sleep mode and a carry handle with a space to store the unit’s remote control.

Two window fans—the nine-inch Twin Window Fan and 10-inch Electronic Twin Window Fan with remote—have both been enhanced with patented fabric covers and removable bug screens.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Senior Editor

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.


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