Living in Florida, we are used to heated temperatures. One way to help stay cool while indoors is with a tower fan like Dreo’s new Pilot Max. Having a powerful fan like the Pilot Max can help rooms stay cooler which can, in turn, help reduce your air conditioner costs.
This is a partnered post. All opinions are my own.
Dreo Pilot Max Tower Fan Review
The boy’s upstairs bonus room is really hot during the warmer months. With several windows and not enough airflow it can become stagnant. With the addition of the Dreo Pilot Max Tower Fan, we are seeing relief already!
Here are some of the impressive stats on this all-new tower fan:
- Hypercooling wind speeds – the revolutionary concept allows for an airflow path that creates higher air pressure, smoother airflow, and less resistance. Most tower fans max out at 18-22 feet, however, the Pilot Max cools at a speed up to 26 feet!
- Increased airflow – the new fine-tuned impeller wheel allows for airflow to blow at 1,475 per minute
- Ultra-Wide – The stepper motor allows for the tower fan up to 120 degrees – far beyond the typical 90 degrees on other fans.
- Impressively quiet – it’s no louder than leaves rustling in the background – the fan noise is almost undetectable.
It features a control panel and hidden remote control for 2 easy ways of use. There are 4 modes including normal (runs fan at constant speed), auto mode (adapts to temperature), natural mode (alternating speeds), and sleep mode (decreasing speed).
The fan speed is anywhere from 1-12, and the oscillation can be off, 30, 60, 90, or 120 degrees. You can also set a timer and mute the button sounds.
We are thoroughly impressed with our new Dreo tower fan! It just hit the market last week and can be purchased on Amazon here.