Friday, May 4, 2012

A new ceiling 'Haiku Fan'

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Haiku Fans for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

How many of you have a builder ceiling fan installed in your house?  I do and It's the biggest eyesore. It's hanging from an 18' ceiling so replacing it with something new in not an easy task.  In searching for a more contemporary style I came across the Haiku ceiling fan.  I love the way it looks. It comes from a company known worldwide for its large diameter, low speed fans, reflecting that attention to detail. Its industry-leading efficiency, silent motor, tops-in-class airflow, sustainable materials, quality craftsmanship and minimalist design combine to create the perfect air-moving machine. With eight patents worldwide, Haiku is a true original.

Haiku ceiling fans look different because they are different. The sleek look conceals Sensorless Drive Technology™ that delivers an 80% improvement in efficiency over conventional ceiling fan motors, exceeding ENERGY STAR® requirements for CFM per Watt by 450 to 750%. Requiring only 2 to 30 W, in a typical year a Haiku fan would require 50 kWh, for a cost of around $5.  Controlled by a thin remote, Haiku has ten settings, including the exclusive Whoosh mode to simulate natural variations in airflow for greater user comfort. The smooth, non-ventilated design gives dust nowhere to hide inside the motor and the entire fan can be wiped down for a comprehensive clean. All of this engineering comes beautifully wrapped in a sleek, contemporary package. No bells, no whistles. Just the world’s most perfect ceiling fan.

 

Unparalleled attention to detail.

"It’s not enough to create just another ceiling fan. We knew we wanted the best bamboo ceiling fan, making a strong statement about quality materials, attention to detail and sustainable design." ~Haiku

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

How much do they cost? I like the light colored bamboo.

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