Latest Panasonic Standing Fan Prices in Nigeria (May, 2024)

Last updated on August 4th, 2023 at 08:18 pm

Given Nigeria’s tropical climate, the weather can be sometimes hot and unpleasant. It is because of this that standing fans would always be needed in such seasons. In workplaces, churches and our homes, the best brand of fans that serves best is “The Panasonic standing fan”.

standing fan prices in Nigeria

There are a lot of things to be on the lookout for when setting out to buy a Panasonic standing fan. One of such things that we would be reviewing is the prices of Panasonic fans in Nigeria. There are other factors that we would look into such as the durability, the buyers guide and a brief review of some varieties of the Panasonic fan brand, without further ado, let us delve in.

How Much Do Panasonic Standing Fans In Nigeria Cost?

Parallels and adjacent can be drawn between the quality of a product and its price tag. In this case, this applies well to Panasonic standing fans. You can measure the value of any Panasonic standing fan with its price.

In Nigeria, the Panasonic Fan brand, has garnered a lot of reputation in Nigeria. It has a lot of user friendly features which we would review in subsequent paragraphs.

Coming to the price of Panasonic fans, a lot of factors have grave influence on it. Some of these factors can range from size to motor strength, power ratings and even the inches in height.

Let us now see a detailed breakdown of the prices of Panasonic standing fans in Nigeria:

Panasonic Fan Product Name Price Range
Panasonic standing fan 407-X ₦55,000 to ₦65,000
Panasonic standing fan 407-Y ₦28,000 to ₦40,000
Panasonic standing fan F-407 with light ₦38,000
Panasonic standing fan with timer program ₦33,000
Panasonic 18 inches rechargeable standing fan ₦39,000 to ₦45,000

You can order for Panasonic standing fans in certified stores around the country. Orders can also be made online from e commerce platforms like Olist, konga, Jumia, Kara and Jiji.

Panasonic Standing/Pedestal Fans Buyers Guide

In the course of subsequent paragraphs, we would be looking at some factors that are worth considering before buying a Panasonic Standing Fan in Nigeria.

#1. The Size of The Room

When you want to purchase a Panasonic standing fan, there is a tendency to overlook this factor. You need to have knowledge of your room size to be able to select a fan with an appropriate size.

If you overlook this factor, there are chances of landing a Panasonic fan that is too small or too big for your space. You might even end up spending a large amount of money buying a powerful fan only to find out that it is too big for your room that has a small size. In this regard, before you set out to buy your Panasonic standing fan, measure your room size correctly.

#2. Timer

If you are in the constant  habit of turning off your fan, then it would be best to opt for a Panasonic fan that has a Timer feature. This way, you avoiding wasting energy if you do not want your standing fan to run throughout the night.  The Panasonic standing fans has varieties that have a programmable timer function. With this, you can set the fan to run for 1hr, 2hr, or even up to 5 hrs.  However, if you are not in the need of a timer, it is better not to waste your time going after a Panasonic standing fan with this feature.

#3. Directional or Fixed

If you intend to get fan for a room with small space that requires spot cooling, the fixed head feature of the Panasonic fan would be required. However, if you intend to keep the fan in a room with other people seated, it would be best to opt for a Panasonic fan with a directional head.

Finally, if you have a larger space, the tilt back and oscillating feature is necessary have for your pedestal Fan. With this, you can direct the air that is indoors in different angles of the room.

#4. Silent Operation

If the sound level of your Panasonic standing fan is lower than 60 decibels, it would be considered to be relatively quiet. The quietest brands of Panasonic fans are more expensive. If you were a light sleeper, it would be best for you to look out for this feature in the Panasonic fan you want to buy.

#5. Having A Height That Is Adjustable

All Panasonic fans have an adjustment Knob that is used to regulate the height of the fan. With this, you can set the height of the fan to area that you want to target. You can move the stand of the Panasonic fan up and down to circulate the air in the right spot. If you want to buy a Panasonic pedestal fan, it would be best to ensure that the fan has this feature.

Maintenance Tips For Panasonic Standing Fans

Your Panasonic standing fans requires yearly maintenance and care. It is important that you make efforts to retain the quality of your Panasonic product. With this, you would ensure the longevity of the product. Here are highlights of maintainence tips for your Panasonic Standing Fans.

  • Always remove dust layers that accumulate on the fan by making use of a scraper when necessary
  • Unplug your standing fan from power before proceding to clean it. Cutting out the electricity supply prevents the eventuality of accidents and stops dust particles from getting deeper into the fan.
  • For optimum performance of your Panasonic standing fan, service your pedestal fan every two years.
  • Use a paper towel to clean your standing fan, at least once in a week. Other than a towel, you can use a soft brush or a soft cloth. Don’t apply much pressure on the blades when cleaning it.


Finding the right Panasonic standing Fan with suitable price that you would suit your needs can be very challenging. Especially when you have figured out what you would be needing the Panasonic fan for and the features you prefer. We hope that the highlight of the price and buyer guide of Panasonic fans would put you through.

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Oluchi Chukwu

Oluchi is a seasoned Information blogger, content developer and the editor of Nigerian Queries. She is a tech enthusiast who loves reading, writing and research

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