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Nash CoolSmart Smart Fan Review

Derek Hales

Written By: Derek Hales

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Traditional stand fans can be an excellent way to quickly cool off a large room in uncomfortable heat. But with growing the rise of smart accessories, smart fans can make it easier and more efficient to use a fan.

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This review is going to check out the Nash CoolSmart smart fan, a large pedestal base, blade fan that can be controlled with your smartphone or voice control. Let’s go ahead and dive in!

A Smarter Pedestal Fan


Nash CoolSmart Smart Fan

The Nash CoolSmart smart fan is a large pedestal, blade fan that offers hands-free controls and self-adjusting fan speed based on outside temperature. It has 3 speed modes and the ability to pair with an Amazon Alexa device or Google Assistant. For a smarter approach to a traditional pedestal fan, the Nash CoolSmart could be a good option. Check Price


  • Simple smart controls using your smartphone or Amazon Alexa
  • Three fan speeds / modes
  • Can be set to automatically adjust based on outside temperatures


  • A bit of an outdated aesthetic
  • Blade design is louder than a bladeless fan

Nash CoolSmart Design

The design of the CoolSmart smart fan by Nash looks like a traditional stand fan, but the smart features certainly help to set this model apart.

Review of the CoolSmart smart fan
Review of the CoolSmart smart fan

It has a round disk base, adjustable-height pedestal and four rotating blades that are contained inside a protective cage cover.

The smart controls are located directly below the blades and includes the following features:

  • On / off
  • Select a speed (3 options)
  • Set a timer
  • Oscillation

You can also set up voice control for a more hands-free approach. This fan is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Good home and the Nash app on your smartphone.

How does it work?

To use the Nash CoolSmart fan, you can set up hands-free features or use the physical buttons on the front of the fan.

Nash Cool Smart smart fan

If using the buttons:

There are physical button controls for turning the fan on / off, adjusting the fan speed, oscillation, or to set a timer. All of these features can be done by simply pressing a button on the fan.

If using a hands-free approach:

For more hands-free use, you can choose to set up the Nash CoolSmart fan with Amazon Alexa voice control or through the Nash smart app on your smartphone.

Nash CoolSmart smart fan in use at the studio
Nash CoolSmart smart fan in use at the studio

Either approach can effectively control the fan to your desired settings.

The Nash smart fan also has an auto mode that can automatically adjust fan speed based on outdoor temperatures. When it’s hot outside, the fan can sense the temperature and turn itself on high speed to help cool off the interior spaces.

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Size & Dimensions

The overall size of the Nash CoolSmart smart fan is pretty average compared to other large-room pedestal fans.

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This Nash fan has the following dimensions and weight:

  • Length: 53″
  • Width: 17.5″
  • Weight: 14.55 pounds
Size of the CoolSmart smart fan
Size of the CoolSmart smart fan

Parts & Accessories

The Nash CoolSmart fan has minimal parts and accessories. From top to bottom, its assembly is comprised of:

  • Pedestal base
  • Adjustable-height stand
  • Smart control center with a few optional button controls
  • Rotating fan blades with safety cage


From the app, it was easy to adjust the air speed remotely on this fan. The app also made it easy to set a timer or oscillate the fan.

Nash CoolSmart smart fan app
Nash CoolSmart smart fan app

How did the smart temperature reading work?

The concept behind the Auto feature seems pretty handy. Using this feature, the fan can detect the outdoor temperature and choose the most appropriate fan setting to keep the interior comfortable.


My biggest complaint on the CoolSmart fan was simply the setup.

The fan comes largely disassembled. It took me around 30 minutes to fully assemble the fan.

Nash CoolSmart smart fan review
Nash CoolSmart smart fan review

Assembly itself isn’t difficult. The problem is the instructions weren’t tremendously clear and I had to backtrack on several steps in order to get it properly setup.

How loud is this fan?

While the manufacturer does claim that this fan is “silent”, I didn’t really find that to be true.

Blades chopping through the air create a not insignificant amount of noise, especially on the highest setting.

  • Low: 40 dB
  • Medium: 43 dB
  • High: 51 dB

With the fan turned off normal ambient noise in the room is 36 dB.

Is the CoolSmart a good value?

So we’ve talked about the features, controls, setup, and overall usability of this smart fan. Overall, is it worth the money?

I would say that the CoolSmart smart fan is a decent value.

Top view of the CooSmart smart fan
Top view of the CooSmart smart fan

Compared to other options, the CoolSmart is a bit on the higher end. It does have some nice features, like:

  • Hands-free controls (app or voice control)
  • 3 adjustable modes
  • Oscillation
  • Timer

But it also lacks some other features that comparable models tend to have, like:

  • Physical remote control
  • More than 3 fan speeds

With the CoolSmart fan what you’re really paying the extra money for is:

  1. Hands-free controls
  2. Auto-fan speeds based on outside temperatures.

If these features are important to you then it’s a pretty good value. If not, there are probably cheaper fans that would be a better value for you.

CoolSmart Fan Specifications

ModelCoolSmart PF-1
Voice ControlYes; compatible with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant
Remote ControlNo
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Should you buy the CoolSmart smart fan?

All things considered, is the Nash CoolSmart smart fan the right choice for you? It’s a hands-free smart fan that is big enough to circulate air through larger rooms.

While it may look like a traditional bladed fan, it does include a few different features that help it to stand out from the pack.

I would recommend the Nash CoolSmart if you’re looking for the following in a smart fan:

  • Hands-free control – If hands-free control is critically important, the Nash CoolSmart fan has you covered. This fan can be controlled using your smartphone or voice control, when paired with an Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device.
  • Outside air detection – For a fan that can detect outdoor air temperature and respond accordingly, the CoolSmart is a good option. When the weather turns warm, this fan can adjust accordingly without you having to adjust all settings.
  • Customization – This fan can be customized to suite each room, including a height-adjustable base,

Click here to learn more or to buy the CoolSmart smart fan.

Big Airflow with Smart Features
  • Design - 90%
  • Performance - 94%
  • Quality - 91%
  • Usability - 94%
  • Value - 91%


The Nash CoolSmart smart fan is a blade fan with a pedestal base and smart features. This fan can be controlled by physical buttons on the fan, via a smartphone paired to the Nash smart app, or using hands-free voice control through an Amazon Alexa device or Google Assistant. It offers custom oscillation settings, three fan speeds, a timer, and smart outdoor temperature detection. Overall, this is a very smart-savvy fan, but also more expensive than other non-smart fans that may have more features.

About Derek Hales

Derek HalesDerek Hales is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of He has been featured in Fast Company, Reader's Digest, Business Insider,, She Knows, and other major publications. Derek has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Kansas State University. Hales has been testing and reviewing products for the home since 2014.

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