BreezeLite is a portable ceiling fan and light combination that screws into any standard light socket. Does it work? Read our BreezeLite review.

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About BreezeLite

BreezeLite is a combined ceiling fan and light that can be easily transported to any room by screwing it into an existing light socket. The product website is buybreezelite.com, which was first registered in December 2015. The screen shot below shows how the product website looked in March 2017.

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Claims & Features

Setup 2-in-1 ceiling fan & light in secondsInstalls into any standard light socketSwitch between fan, light, or fan plus lightIncludes light socket extensionDoes not require toolsEasily portable from room to room

Cost

BreezeLite costs $29.95 + $9.95 P&H for a total of $39.90. There is a mandatory buy one get one free double offer. Each unit also comes with a light socket extension for recessed lights.

As of this writing, this offer is not available in stores.


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BreezeLite Review

If you’ve always wanted a ceiling fan in your room, but found yourself staring at a light bulb instead, the makers of BreezeLite may have a solution. This product is a ceiling fan that plugs into any ordinary light socket.

I first noticed BreezeLite when it was featured on QVC a few years ago, but I have not seen it since then. Now in 2017, BreezeLite is back with a renewed advertising campaign.

BreezeLite looks a bit like a smoke detector with a light socket protruding from the center. When you insert it into a light socket, you can then insert a bulb into the unit’s socket. At that point, you simply engage the light switch to turn the unit on or off. There is a switch on the side which allows you to select fan only, light only, or fan and light together.

Although I wouldn’t say that BreezeLite could actually replace a full-sized ceiling fan, it is certainly a viable option for those who want some air movement, but don’t want to pay to have a fan installed. It is ideal for small spaces, especially those with little ventilation, such as an attic or closet.

Perhaps the biggest complaint I’ve heard about this product is that it is much louder than some people expect. The commercial doesn’t give any indication that there would be such a concern, but the sound could be compared to that of a bathroom fan, which does not please some consumers who have purchased this item.

BreezeLite is not without its limitations, in that it doesn’t move as much air as a large ceiling fan and it can be a bit noisy. If, however, those concerns don’t outweigh your desire to have a fan in a particular area, BreezeLite could be an ideal fit for you.

Alternatives

I can’t say I’ve seen anything like BreezeLite, although it could be argued that there is still no substitute for an old fashioned ceiling fan.

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