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52″ (1320mm) AC Ceiling Fan Timber in Satin Nickel or Oil-Rubbed Bronze

52″ (1320mm) AC Ceiling Fan Timber in Satin Nickel or Oil-Rubbed Bronze

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Product Description

Product Type: Ceiling Fan

Tropically rated with All-Seasons technology for use all year round. Handcrafted propeller-style timber blades to give you Maximum airflow. 52 inch ceiling fan and can be installed in any indoor or enclosed alfresco areas not exposed to the weather.


  • SIZE: 52” (1320mm)
  • MOTOR: AC Motor (50w)
  • CONSTRUCTION: Metal Body and Canopy
  • BLADES: 3 x Factory Balanced Handcrafted Timber
  • BLADE PITCH: 12 degree (average)
  • CONTROL: Wall (3-speed)
  • COLOUR/S: Satin nickel with Natural Timber blades or Oil-Rubbed Bronze with Rich Timber blades
  • WARRANTY: 6-Year
             Speed Power RPM Airflow
            HIGH 50w 190 8979m³/hr
            MEDIUM 17w 111 5209m³/hr
            LOW 9w 79 3055m³/hr

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