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52" (1300mm) Cardiff DC Ceiling Fan Only in Black/White/Brushed Chrome

52" (1300mm) Cardiff DC Ceiling Fan Only in Black/White/Brushed Chrome

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Vendor: Mercator Lighting

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Description
Cardiff DC No Light
The Cardiff ceiling fan is one of Mercators latest releases to the market, it's sure to be hit as it's price is the same as an AC but in fact it's a DC. If you purchase a DC fan you will not get the annoying ticking noise are a year or two, your energy consumption is saved by 70% and you have much more option with the 5 speed function and timer included. The Cardiff DC ceiling fan is not only attractive in price but also has a very nice simplicity look which will suit most decors. This ceiling fan by Australia's leading fan manufacturer Mercator is by far the best overall value for money.
*This product must be installed by a licensed electrician.

Specification
  • 35w DC motor
  • Plywood blades
  • Easy control Summer / Winter setting
  • 5-speed remote controller with timer
  • Airflow max 8,359 m³/h

Dimension
Fan – 1300mm (52”)

Order Code
• FC650134RWH - White
• FC650134RBK - Black
• FC650134RBC - Brushed Chrome

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