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56" DC Ceiling Fan 3 Blade in Light Oak or Walnut


56" DC Ceiling Fan 3 Blade in Light Oak or Walnut

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Product Description

New Generation 1400mm ABS 3 Blade DC Ceiling fan.

• Latest in Energy Saving DC ceiling fan technology.
• Suitable for indoor and covered outdoor applications.
• Five speed RF Remote control with timer included.
• 50% more airflow than traditional timber blade fans.
• Pre-balanced for smoother, quieter performance.
• Three precision moulded timber style ABS blades.
• Reversible function conveniently located on the remote.
• Quick connect wiring and fittings for easy install.

Colour Light Oak, Walnut
Warranty 6 years
Blade Count 3
Blade Material ABS Plastic
Motor Watt 5w-38w
Speed H to L (RPM) 206/186/161/120/86
Reverse Mode Yes
Remote Control Included


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