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66" (1680mm) Eagle DC Ceiling Fan w/ 3 XL ABS Blades in White

66" (1680mm) Eagle DC Ceiling Fan w/ 3 XL ABS Blades in White

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Product Description

Product Type: Ceiling Fan

Description:
Forget boring with this beautiful fan from Mercator Lighting that offers fan style for the modern home. The unique design is not only eye catching and modern, but is designed to provide stronger airflow, keeping you cool all through summer! Available in 5 colours to perfectly suit your aesthetic setting.

Features:

  • High performance
  • Energy efficient 35w DC motor
  • Quick and easy fan installation
  • Easy control Reversible Summer/Winter feature
  • Tropically rated
  • Uniquely shaped design for stronger airflow
  • 1676mm (66”) 3 x ABS Blades
  • 23 degree Blade pitch
  • 13,500m³/hr Max Airflow
  • Remote Control Included
  • Fan OFF/ON
  • 5 adjustable speed control to suit your comfort
  • Reversing function for all year use
  • Easy setup pairing between remote & receiver
  • SeaBreeze Technology
  • Warranty: 3 Year In-Home Warranty + Additional 3 Year Motor Warranty

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