I just bought this (fit) Vornado a few days ago. I needed something small and quiet to place in my cubicle at work. It's perfect. I went back to the store and purchased another one for my home office. I've been a fan of the Vornado products for over forty years. My parents had Vornado fans when I was a child. We only had a big window air conditioner in the living room. It was a big ranch style house and we had one of the big giants that was on a stand, and two of the three speed desk type. Those fans circulated the cold AC air all through the house. Dad never turned the window AC unit any higher that low speed, and the Vornado's kept the house at a nice 68 to 69 degrees all summer long. They are still running all these years later. That was back in the days when you could oil the motors and they would run indefinitely. I now have nine Vornado fans from 1947 to the present. I know there not built like they were in the old days, but at least they still have that deep pitch blade design. That's important. The motor can run at a slower rpm saving electricity but you still get a nice amount of air output. There's been some copy cats out there trying to duplicate the blade design, but there not a Vornado. And I am thrilled they brought back the variable speed control switch on some of their fans. I can only hope they start placing the variable speed switches on more of their fans. So for the little (fit) model, your can't go wrong for the money. It's small, quiet, has two speeds, tilts, portable, nice long cord, and puts out a surprising amount of air for it's size. And they placed a fuse in the plug for safety. I only ask that they put a carrying handle on the back. There are two small round holes on the back at the top. They could drill them through and put a nice grade plastic handle on it and have screws hold it on from the inside where the fan goes together. It would look like a handle on a kitchen drawer. That's my only complaint. I'm going to buy two more.