This fan works so far. It has three speeds, runs quietly and sort-of does the job. It is a cheap, no-frills fan, barely acceptable by any standards.
What you'd normally expect to see on a box fan of this nature is a rotary switch on top, a collapsable handle, a cord near the bottom, and a steel brace inside for the motor. This type of design has worked for the past 25 years. What you get here is a plastic bladed fan, a cord that plugs directly into the back of the motor, a rotary switch on the back and recessed in the motor area, (you can't see what you're doing, you have to feel for the control) and no handle on top other than a hand grip that is built in to the back grill. It's about the most minimal fan I have ever used. The thickness of the materials is also thinner than most and it feels wobbly. The feet are simple plastic tabs that snap into the bottom of the frame. They are meant to keep the fan from falling backwards.
I ordered this fan at the store over their internet feed since they were out. It cost less than $20, and I'm using this fan to exhaust hot air out of the garage when cars are brought inside. Had I seen this fan up close, out of its box and able to examine it, I might have tried to find something better. It's shocking what our choices are today for inexpensive hardware like this. It's yet another "use it today, and throw it away" product -- the reason that "made in China" has the same connotation that "made in Japan" had back in the 50s. It's perhaps worse.