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MUID Pet Fan Has A Fan For The Head Of An Animal. Playful!

If you think small desk fan cannot be fun and playful, think again. Xiamen, China-based design studio MUID proves that it totally can with two chic and fun desk fans called O-ctopus Fan and Pet Fan. The former is what it sounds like: a small desk fan inspired by the marine creature, octopus and the latter, is in the likeness of a pet animal. Continue reading MUID Pet Fan Has A Fan For The Head Of An Animal. Playful!

Seriously, Who Doesn’t Want A Jet Engine Fan As Their Ceiling Fan?

When it comes to home appliances, ceiling fan is often much overlooked. Nobody gives a damn how it looks, but for those who do, the options are actually quite abundant. However, if you want something out of the ordinary, something that goes beyond good looking, well, this is it: the Jet Engine Fan Blades Ceiling Fan by Phighter Images, otherwise known as Aviation Flying Furniture. If the product name and the image doesn’t already win you over, then, you are probably not an aviation buff. But if you are, you’d be glad to know that Jet Engine Fan Blades Ceiling Fan is a thing you can own. Though for how much, we can’t be sure. We read that each one cost around the region of 3 grand. Hell, it is expensive! Then again, so is the real deal, isn’t it? Continue reading Seriously, Who Doesn’t Want A Jet Engine Fan As Their Ceiling Fan?

Guy Teaches You How To DIY A Dyson Bladeless Fan Using Common Parts

Dyson Bladeless fan is probably one of the best inventions to have surfaced in the 21st century. Why? Cos’ it provides consistent, smooth voluminous airflow and above all, it is super safe as there are no exposed spinning blades to threaten anyone’s fingers or hair. With Dyson bladeless fan, form and functionality goes hand-in-hand, offering a sense of sophistication and it is, of course, aesthetically eye-pleasing which matters to a sucker like me. There’s one major caveat though; it is pretty damn expensive and so, if your wallet is tight, bladeless fan is not going to be part of your life. But not all hope is lost cos’ YouTuber Rulof Maker has deciphered the inner workings of a bladeless fan and he will teach you how to cobble up one for yourself using common parts. Continue reading Guy Teaches You How To DIY A Dyson Bladeless Fan Using Common Parts

Homewerks’ New Bath Fan is also a Bluetooth Speakers and LED Light

You can’t really tell from the lone product image above, but that thing there is actually a bathroom ventilation fan with Bluetooth speakers and is the newest addition to Homewerks bath fan. In fact, it is the second generation to the first that was introduced back in 2013. The new model sports a sleeker aesthetic which hides a mold-resistant ventilation fan that generates 90 CFM of air current, Bluetooth stereo speakers and an energy efficient 12W LED light. Basically, it is the one electrical installation that will have your ventilation, audio and lighting needs covered. While we need air circulation and lighting, we can’t say the same for music, but if you happen to have the habit of listening to music when bathing, then this thing will save you a whole lot of hassle and plus, it looks a lot neater without separate fan, speakers and light. Continue reading Homewerks’ New Bath Fan is also a Bluetooth Speakers and LED Light

Dyson Humidifier Kills 99.9% Waterborne Bacteria with UV Light

Again, Dyson proves that it favors Japan as the market of choice to launch their new heavily invested products. The latest to be unveiled at the Land of the Rising Sun is Dyson’s first humidifier. Being a Dyson, you can be assured that this humidifier, aptly called Dyson Humidifier, is not your average humidifier. Unlike some humidifier, Dyson’s iteration promised to kill 99.9% of waterborne bacteria and it does so by using UV light to cleanse the water in a three-minute process before the water are projected out as mist. speaking of projecting, Dyson leverages on the company’s expertise in air multiplier technology and using this technology to push the cleansed humidified air evenly throughout a 16 square meter room. Continue reading Dyson Humidifier Kills 99.9% Waterborne Bacteria with UV Light

Big Ass Fans Haiku Smart Fan Turns On Only When There Are People

with all the talks about smart air-conditioning, it seems like there’s no place for traditional ceiling fans since they are basically not intelligent enough to cope with our modern lifestyle, but specialist ceiling fan maker Big Ass Fans begs to differ. it has added ceiling fans to the world of smart appliances and devices with the Big Ass Fans Haiku SenseME Smart Fan and it takes little guessing what it is capable of. like it is smart but power-sucking, cooling agent-reliant counterpart, Haiku SenseME Smart Fan completely negates the need for traditional remote and only runs when it senses people in the room, and will automatically adjusts the speed, faster or slower, according to the room temperature. it will, of course, turn off when it detects the last person has left the room. Continue reading Big Ass Fans Haiku Smart Fan Turns On Only When There Are People

Craftmade Tiger Shark Warplane Ceiling Fan

you can’t say that you are the biggest aviation fan or a war historian hobbyist until you have the Craftmade Tiger Shark Warplane Ceiling Fan fitted on your ceiling. design to look like the nose of the P-40 fighter planes actives during WWII, this unique ceiling fan features a paint job with the fiery-eyed monster graphic found on the iconic war machines and three blades in rich wood finish that mimics the aircraft’s propellers, complete with painted tips for the added realism. powered by a reversible three-speed motor for “optimal air movement”, this fan unit also includes an integrated light kit fitted with a single 60-watt candelabra bulb that cast a warm, ambient glow on your hanger-like, aviation-inspired room. finally, a flush-mount design and a on/off pull chain completes this awesome ceiling fan package. Continue reading Craftmade Tiger Shark Warplane Ceiling Fan

Exhale Fan

Exhale Fan Bladeless Ceiling Fan
Exhale Fan | from US$250.00 | exhalefans.com

ceiling fans while welcomed during hot summer days, do instill some fear of decapitation in some of us and not to mention some homes with lower ceilings adds to this gruesome trepidation. anyway, if you have been missing out the benefit of a ceiling fan because this fear, then help is here. meet Exhale Fan, the world’s first truly bladeless ceiling fan that uses the science of laminar flow, occurring between an array of flat disks, to coax the air to move throughout your room. unlike the traditional bladed counterpart, laminar movement is smooth, uninterrupted, creates no noise at all Continue reading Exhale Fan

Upside Down Ceiling Fan

Upside Down Helicopter Ceiling FanUpside Down Helicopter Ceiling Fan | US$tba | www.raffaeleiannello.com

with the global warming catching up with us, a ceiling fan is hardly enough to cool us down in any hot summer days. however, if you are undaunted by this fact and insisted on installing a ceiling fan in your humble abode, then you might as well do it with a huge leap in style and this Upside Down Ceiling Fan is the fan that will let you do that. the official name, Upside Down Ceiling Fan, doesn’t really tell you much but the image is pretty much self-explanatory. this fan takes on the design of the legendary Hughes/MD 500 helicopter in 1:6 scale and is crafted in fiberglass with carbon fiber blades and has an aluminum internal structure. Continue reading Upside Down Ceiling Fan

Black Fan by Witold Szostak

Black Fan by Witold Szostak
(photos: Witold Szostak) Black Fan by Witold Szostak | US$PoA | www.witoldszostak.com

a fan, if you still remember there is indeed such an appliance, exists with the sole purpose of keeping you cool but in today’s aesthetic conscious society, it should look cool as well. the Black Fan by Witold Szostak is just the fan that does both. clad in a very 50-era body that somehow resembles an aircraft turbofan engine, this handmade fan features a twin blade propeller encased by stretched dacron (a synthetic polyester), wrapped in a dark wenge wood (hence, the name) and is supported by a stainless steel leg, which is tilt adjustable. Continue reading Black Fan by Witold Szostak