How do you use a fan at home?

Hi Wyze friends,
Out with the old, in with the new: may you be happy the whole year through. We made a short survey to learn more about your usage of the fan. A connected fan could be useful for better ventilation and mixing the air to improve the heating/cooling efficiency when needed.
The survey only takes about 2-3 min to complete and it will guide us to make better products for you.
Thank you for your time!

Survey

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Done! Other than the bathroom, every room has a ceiling fan controlled by Hubitat Elevation.

Done :+1:

Done but I don’t need any more fans . What I would like is a reasonable priced connected HEPA air purifier with UV for each occupied room. Connected so they can be scheduled and come on when the room is occupied .

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All set. I know this is for a home fan, but a portable battery operated fan for camping would be nice as well.

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A Wyze fan sounds cool.
Survey done!

Edit: I didn’t realize the fan pun…

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I second that. I would love a Wyze battery operated fan similar to this DeWalt 24v portable at Wyze prices.

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Hello, @WyzeChuan

Survey completed :white_check_mark:.

I use one of these everyday and it can be used if the electricity goes out due to bad storms.


I’m in agreement with @Known1 and @StopICU33 to have a portable fan with battery operated capabilities since you’re asking for our thoughts (sometime in the near future).

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Nice! Thanks for sharing that fan…I just might buy it.

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You’re quite welcome @Known1 :shopping_cart:.

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Done

Done

I think a Wyze fan would be great for my attic. It gets very hot and it would be nice to cool it off remotely.

A fan for the fans…
Bladeless towers (like the Dyson ones) to protect from small fingers getting hurt,
an easy access panel to be able to clean around the motor without needing to unscrew the whole thing (because dust and pet hair will end up around the motor),
connected via wifi for remote operation (or schedules),
on board controls and a remote so guests don’t need to have the device shared to them in order to operate it,
a built in heating coil (to be used like a space heater fan),

Interoperability with other home systems would likely be limited to the Wyze thermostat, but for people who don’t have a central AC, connecting the fan to the thermostat could have the thermostat cool off a house when the it detects too hot of temperature. (programmable in app … heat if temperature is < x, activate fan(s) if temperature > y)

Battery powered and connected will not go well together because a constant wifi signal will drain battery too fast.

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Done!

I don’t need another fan. I need a temperature sensor to use with IFTTT to control fans and heaters. I wouldn’t use it with a thermostat.

I’ve been hoping for a while to get a reasonably priced window fan, that has automatic louvers that close when the temperature drops at night. Actually, I would even accept one that had a manually operated way to seal it off, so I don’t have to remove it from the window.

The only existing one I can find, the Eco Breeze, costs $150, and so is more expensive than a cheap air conditioner on sale.

-joe

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Done