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66" (1676mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Oil Rubbed Bronze

66" (1676mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Oil Rubbed Bronze

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Product Title: 66" (1676mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Oil Rubbed Bronze

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Vendor: Mercator Lighting

Product Description

New stylish design mornington ceiling fan features efficient 40w DC motor that can produce maximum airflow of 15,454m³/hr and fully reversible for summer & winter settings.


  • Size: 66" (1676mm)
  • ABS (Thermoplastic) Blades
  • Reversible airflow option for summer or winter
  • Remote control included
  • Quick and Easy Installation

Remote Control Features:

  • Fan and Light On/Off
  • 6 Adjustable speed control
  • Reversing Function
  • 2 Level auto adjusting variable speed modes


  • Blade Size: 1676mm (66")
  • Colours: Oil Rubbed Bronze, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Timber look
  • Blade Material: ABS
  • Motor Size: 40w DC Motor
  • Max Airflow: 15,464 m³/hr
  • Reverseable: Yes
  • Height (Ceiling to Fan Base): 400mm
  • Warranty: 2 Year 'In Home' Warranty (5 Year Motor Warranty)

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