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52" (1320mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Dark Wood

52" (1320mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Dark Wood

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Product Description

Product Type: Ceiling Fan

A stunning industrial ceiling fan, this fan is a beautifully designed fan featuring a black motor with contrasting dark wood coloured blades.

Featuring a 28w energy efficient DC motor, the Comporta fans consumes 70% less energy than a standard AC ceiling fan. The 5 speed remote control comes with a summer/ winter reverse switch and a timer function allowing you the ease of controlling the fan from anywhere in the room.

The 52" DC Comporta ceiling fan is ideal for installation in lounge, dining and bedroom areas.

  • DC Motor
  • Material Housing: Raw DC Motor, Matt Black
  • Material Blades: ABS, Sangria
  • Airflow: 8,700m³/Hr, 145.00m³/Min
  • Usage: Indoor
  • Hang sure canopy 18°
  • Motor Wattage (High Speed): 28w
  • Control: Remote (5-speed) with reverse function and timer
  • Warranty: 6 Year Product (3 year In-Home)
  • Height: 450mm
  • Width: 1320mm (52")

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