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Discover our extensive range of indoor & outdoor ceiling fans online at the very best prices, and find the perfect fan to suit your needs. Our fans are an energy-efficient, cost-effective solution to keep your home cool in the hottest of weather and, with one of Australia's most comprehensive collections, there are heaps of styles, colours and designs for you to choose from. We bet you’ll find what you’re looking for!

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Our diverse selection includes only the most trusted Australian and international brands, such as EGLO, Mercator and Brilliant. Our styles include ceiling fans with LED lights, 3 & 4-blade ceiling fans, wooden fans, remote-controlled fans and many, many more for both indoors and outdoors. As your ultimate online ceiling fan shop, we cater to every preference and requirement.

Not ready to make a purchase but want some more information? Delve into our ceiling fan buying guide for extra insights, or contact our team for specific product advice.

Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor ceiling fans, you can be comfortable in the knowledge that our fans are top quality, and our prices are good for your wallet, too! Shop our ceiling fans online today and take on summer in style.

How many blades is best for a ceiling fan?

It’s a common misconception that the number of blades is a key factor contributing to how good a fan is. In reality, the number of blades has little impact.

Instead, to determine the best fan, you should look at:

  • The airflow/ max air movement 
  • The energy efficiency
  • The size in relation to your space
  • The pitch (angle) of the blades, which should be between 12 and 15 degrees

A 3 blade fan vs a 5 blade fan with all other facts the same will give you almost exactly the same outcome. The best number of blades is, therefore, often an aesthetic choice. Read more in our fan buying guide.

What is the most efficient type of ceiling fan?

There are two broad categories of fans to consider, Alternating Current (AC Fans) and Direct Current (DC fans). All ceiling fans will fall into one of the two categories. They often look the same and can be used in place of one another, the difference being in the internal electricals.

AC fans are cheaper upfront. However, DC fans are more efficient, consuming up to 70% less energy than an AC equivalent. If you’re solely looking at efficiency and run cost, a DC fan would be the right option for you. 

Our specialists have broken the AC/DC fan comparison down in more detail here.

What ceiling fans have the best airflow?

There are several factors that contribute to airflow including the blade pitch, the motor size and the blade width. When choosing a fan we highly recommend that you check and compare the airflow rating of the fan.

An airflow of 12,000m³/h will be sufficient for most rooms.

Should I choose a hugger or downrod ceiling fan?

A downrod refers to the vertical connection between the ceiling and the fan. Downrods come in a variety of lengths and can even be removed, often referred to as a close or hugger fan.

For low ceilings (3m or less), hugger fans are more popular as there is less chance of the fan getting in the way. The fan sits flush to the ceiling providing maximum clearance between the floor and the fan.

However, if your ceiling is slanted, this is more complex and will likely require a ball joint mount to ensure the fan blades can spin unimpeded. 

For higher ceilings, you can choose the downrod length that best suits your needs. Please refer to our buying guide for our recommendations based on different ceiling heights.

Who makes the quietest ceiling fans?

In our experience, there is no one brand that makes a fan significantly more quiet than another.

With advances in technology, most fans sold today are very quiet however we recommend selecting:

  • A DC Ceiling fan - this will always be more quiet than an AC equivalent
  • Looking for a fan made of polycarbonate materials, which cuts through the air most quietly
  • 3 bladed fans over a 4 bladed fan

If you need a specific recommendation, please contact our team.

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