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jcpenney.com | Vornado® 783 Full-Size Adjustable-Height Whole-Room Air Circulator

Vornado® 783 Full-Size Adjustable-Height Whole-Room Air Circulator

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Easily adjusting to the best height to fit your needs, this energy-efficient air circulator provides quality air movement and superior comfort in even larger rooms.

  • signature vortex air circulation technology
  • deep-pitched blades move air up to 100'
  • easy-to-use 3-speed controls
  • whisper-quiet operation
  • saves energy year-round by working with heating and cooling systems
  • fully directable airflow
  • removable grill for easy cleaning

Plastic. Measures 20x17.2x27-42"H. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Made in America.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quiet and Powerful I ordered the 733 Vornado Air Circulator because our AC was cooling the house unevenly. The bedrooms (with vents almost completely shut) were freezing, while the living room and kitchen were burning hot. The AC also ran non-stop. I put the Vornado in the hall, pointed it toward the living room and within minutes you could feel a difference. The living room cooled and eventually the AC shut off! Now we alternate between putting it in the hall or sitting it in the living room. We like it in the living room (and another fan in hall) because it circulates the air so well. It is so powerful that when tilted back it makes the ceiling fan spin. The fan is on a vaulted ceiling and the blades spin even tho it is turned off. It's amazing! The Vornado is very quiet in low mode but a little loud (not bad) in the higher settings. I have purchased Vornado heaters as well and the customer service is wonderful. That's another reason I keep coming back.
Date published: 2010-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact, Capable, and Effectively Reliable! I have 2-733's in my condo on the floor pointing to the ceiling. In the summer the a/c recirculates floor to ceiling. When the heat is on the fan circulates the floor's cooler air with the warm air at the top of the room (feet stay warmer). My family still has 2 large vornado floor fans from 1954 - THEY STILL ARE STILL WORKING. I carry my other vornado (5 speed) to our condo's workout room where it amazes people by projecting a "column" of air across the room 50-65 ft away. Needless to say I am a staunch Vornado "fan" (no pun intended). Today I ordered a Vornado Flippi 8 personal fan and an iControl Whole Room Heater. In the October 2010 Consumers Reports in the "Forced Fan Convection" Category a Vornado came in #1. And there's no fooling arond with CR's testing and results.
Date published: 2010-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bring back the variable speed control I have bought 2 of these fans over the years. Very simply, no one builds a better fan, I think, than Vornado. I use one in a family room (without the full-height extension). The other moves between the master bedroom (its primary spot) and the living room or dining room in really nasty hot weather. Although this is a "whole room" circulator, the design makes it directional enough when you want to aim the air primarily at one area (like my face). The only reservation I have about buying any more Vornado fans is the switch to 3-speed controls. I absolutely, positively prefer and want the variable-speed rheostat control. It might cost a little more, but I would happily pay the price.
Date published: 2010-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bring back the variable speed control I have bought 2 of these fans over the years. Very simply, no one builds a better fan, I think, than Vornado. I use one in a family room (without the full-height extension). The other moves between the master bedroom (its primary spot) and the living room or dining room in really nasty hot weather. Although this is a "whole room" circulator, the design makes it directional enough when you want to aim the air primarily at one area (like my face). The only reservation I have about buying any more Vornado fans is the switch to 3-speed controls. I absolutely, positively prefer and want the variable-speed rheostat control. It might cost a little more, but I would happily pay the price.
Date published: 2010-09-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from moves air but has issues I got this upright air mover for a condo north of Boston. It's been great and is used year round but I have a few complaints, some of which have been resolved. The unit can be knocked over and on ours the front face plate came loose. To vornado's credit they quickly shipped a new face plate. Cleaning--this thing is very hard to clean. We keep a moderately clean home but the vornado gets packed with dust and muck if you use it in the kitchen at all. You can take off the face plate and fan blades but the rest of it is very hard to disassemble and clean. I wish they had designed that better as I would pay for the ability to clean the thing more easily. It's really an eye sore we hide from company at this point even though it still has great functionality and utility.
Date published: 2010-08-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from moves air but has issues I got this upright air mover for a condo north of Boston. It's been great and is used year round but I have a few complaints, some of which have been resolved. The unit can be knocked over and on ours the front face plate came loose. To vornado's credit they quickly shipped a new face plate. Cleaning--this thing is very hard to clean. We keep a moderately clean home but the vornado gets packed with dust and muck if you use it in the kitchen at all. You can take off the face plate and fan blades but the rest of it is very hard to disassemble and clean. I wish they had designed that better as I would pay for the ability to clean the thing more easily. It's really an eye sore we hide from company at this point even though it still has great functionality and utility.
Date published: 2010-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fan-fare deserved I bought a Vornado Model CR1-0035 Type 285 'awhile back some'... I believe it to be very near the same specification as the, "783 Circulator B". They look identical. I bought it for it's intended purpose, to circulate air in my home. Now I don't live in a large house so it's rarely on full blast however, it's on ALL the time year round. Yes, we turn it off when we go on vacation but otherwise it is running 24/7 and only gets noticed if someone un plugged it when they vacuumed around it. This year the motor has finally started to sound a bit tired and like most things today, it's probably cheaper to replace than find a new set of motor brushes to fix it. Reflecting on the original purchase... three houses, two kids, three cats, three dogs, and two wives ago, I realized this fan has been a dependable work horse for 15 years! I bought it 1999. I think you'd be hard pressed to find any appliance that will run non-stop for 15 years. Unlike other reviewers, I don't have anything to compare my fan with. I've only needed the one and it hasn't crossed my mind until now. I sure hope they make 'em like they used to because selecting a replacement is a no-brainer.
Date published: 2014-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fan-fare deserved I bought a Vornado Model CR1-0035 Type 285 'awhile back some'... I believe it to be very near the same specification as the, "783 Circulator B". They look identical. I bought it for it's intended purpose, to circulate air in my home. Now I don't live in a large house so it's rarely on full blast however, it's on ALL the time year round. Yes, we turn it off when we go on vacation but otherwise it is running 24/7 and only gets noticed if someone un plugged it when they vacuumed around it. This year the motor has finally started to sound a bit tired and like most things today, it's probably cheaper to replace than find a new set of motor brushes to fix it. Reflecting on the original purchase... three houses, two kids, three cats, three dogs, and two wives ago, I realized this fan has been a dependable work horse for 15 years! I bought it 1999. I think you'd be hard pressed to find any appliance that will run non-stop for 15 years. Unlike other reviewers, I don't have anything to compare my fan with. I've only needed the one and it hasn't crossed my mind until now. I sure hope they make 'em like they used to because selecting a replacement is a no-brainer.
Date published: 2014-02-05
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Hello, Is circulator really made in the USA ? Please just let me know. Thanks, Victor
Asked by: Victor
Yes, the 783 Circulator is assembled in Andover, Kansas. Some of the parts may have been made overseas but most are made in the U.S.
Answered by: Vornado Representative
Date published: 2016-08-07
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