The shops that still have fans in stock revealed including Argos and Currys07/22/2021
AS THE heatwave continues, scorched Brits are turning to electric fans to keep themselves cool.
But thanks to the “pingdemic” it’s not just food supplies that are running low.
Retailers are struggling to keep up with the demand for fans but we know where you can still pick one up.
It’s been so hot the Met Office has had to issue its first ever extreme heat warning.
If you need a fan it may be worth buying one as soon as possible.
While the heat is set to subside this weekend, forecasters predict that the dip in temperature is only temporary with burning temperatures set to return with in August.
We’ve put together a list of fans from retailers that allow you to check stock levels online before you drive anywhere to pick them up.
If you’re looking for something small but powerful, a handheld fan could do the trick. Currys has an option that comes in a handful of colours and is small enough to fit in a handbag.
Or, if you’re not lucky enough to work in an air-conditioned office, then a USB powered fan may be the best option for you.
- Currys STATUS Handheld Fan. Price: £2.00 – buy now
- Homebase 4 Inch Mini USB Fan Chrome. Price: £6 – buy now
Argos has come to the rescue with some excellent, well-priced desk fans and a stock-checker that lets you know exactly where they are.
- Argos Simple Value White Desk Fan. Price: £13 – buy now
- Argos Challenge Chrome Tilting Desk Fan. Price: £20 – buy now
- Dunelm Mint Retro Desk Fan. Price: £20 – buy now
If you want to cool a larger room or an office, then you’ll need a more powerful fan. This is where pedestal fans come in useful.
- Argos Challenge White Pedestal Fan. Price: £28 – buy now
- John Lewis Spectrum Circulator Stand Fan. Price: £75 –buy now
If you don’t have much space or need a fan for the office, a tower fan may be more suitable.
- Rymans Tower Fan with Remote. Price: £40 – Buy now
- Argos Challenge White Pedestal Fan. Price: £28 – Buy now
Even though these fans are in stock right now, it may be worth calling ahead where stores don’t have online stock checkers.
Don’t forget to be on the lookout for bargains. If you’ve got space to store an extra fan for next year, there may be discounts available once the heat wave is over.
The "pingdemic" has caused stock shortages in Tesco, Lidl, Aldi and Sainsbury's.
Business demand shop worker exemption from self-isolation so shelves can be restocked quicker.
Minister pledges that self-isolation rules will be scrapped by the August 16 as pressure mounts on government to help supply chains get moving again.
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