4 Quiet Desk Fans for Your Home Office

4 Quiet Desk Fans for Your Home Office
June 17, 2022

Feeling hot and uncomfortable can tank your productivity. Today, we’ll go over some of the best office-friendly quiet desk fans.

Factors We Considered

These are the factors we’ve considered when choosing which low-noise fans are the best to use at the office:

  • Size
  • Adjustability
  • Speed options
  • Appearance

1. Best Overall — Honeywell HT-900 TurboForce Air Circulator Fan

At 11 inches tall and 11 inches wide, the Honeywell HT-900 TurboForce is not too big or too small. It rotates 90 degrees and features three settings for speed. It has a chunky design, and its black finish and wavy grille will look nice on your desk.

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2. Quietest Desk Fan — Rowenta VU2631 Turbo Silence Table Fan

This fan offers whisper-quiet 38 dB(A) operation at each of its five speeds — which you can control with a remote. Although it’s a little tall at 21.25 inches, the metallic design and slender wires give it a classic look that will play well at the office.

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3. Best Budget Pick — Aluan Desk Fan

This tiny and affordable six-inch fan will fit well on your desk, and it’ll plug right into any USB 3.0 port. With two distinct speeds and three accent color options, the Aluan Desk Fan is the perfect low-budget pick.

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4. Best Features — Dyson Air Multiplier AM06 Table Fan

The Dyson Air Multiplier AM06 Table Fan has all the features you could ask for in a table fan. This 10-inch bladeless ring fan oscillates and includes 10 speeds. You can adjust its speed using a magnetic remote that sticks to the fan. It also has a timer you can set at intervals ranging from 15 minutes to nine hours.

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Stay Cool and Quiet With These Desk Fans

Stay Cool and Quiet With These Desk Fans

Try the fans above for a discreet and effective cooling solution in the summer months. You can also check out some tips for reducing noise at the office from our blog!

Author

About Kellen Beaver

Kellen has been a member of the sales team for over a decade. Prior to delving into the soundproofing realm, he was a jack of all trades in the service industry, working both front and back of the house jobs to various degrees. This diversity in experience makes it easy to relate to the needs of a large customer base. He understands noisy environments as well as the importance of aesthetics in a space. Adding something that doesn’t fit the look can be intrusive, so knowing that acoustical needs must fit the interior design is something he’s become very well-versed in. Most of this planning comes from working with both the owner/operators as well as their design team and architects. He has been able to adapt his knowledge in the restaurant industry into projects involving schools, office buildings and large medical facilities when the situation calls for it.