ParrotUncle

52''Aerofanture Indoor Black Downrod Mount LED Ceiling Fan with Remote Control and DC Motor

$367.00
SKU AT52-01-01B

Keep your space cool with a modern Aerofanture ceiling fan. This fan has a considerate design that will complement most spaces. Hang it in a living area or family room to keep things cool in the summer time and even reverse the motor to keep it warm in the winter. Switch is an industrial ceiling fan that offers a rugged, modern appeal in every inch. The exposed fan motor assembly brings a very beautiful industrial embodiment. It also attaches the fan blades, creating a very appeal as well as making it subtle, yet eye-catching.

  • Easy-to-use remote control that gives you a hassle-free experience controlling the ceiling fan, you can easily dominate your fan via 6 speed settings as well as the light output
  • Best combination of the ceiling fan and lights provides 3 kinds of color temperature as well as easily changeable light brightness
  • Ceiling fan can also be automatically turned off by an intuitively button on your remote control
  • Gives you a comfortable sleep experience with lowered electricity bill and less environmental footprin
  • Auto-shutdown function not only gives you a comfortable sleeping experience but also less worry on energy cost
  • 6-speed reversible DC motor can enhance the indoor air circulation and cutting down on the energy costs from the air conditioner
  • Ideal for bedroom, living room, bedroom, dining room, office, kitchen, restaurant, etc. it works as both illumination and temperature regulato
  • All operations can be controlled by the remote control, including adjustment of the light color (3000K/4000k/5000K), light brightness dimmer, 6 wind speeds and supports timer (1-hour/3-hour/6-hours) sleep shutdown
  • DC motor and the blades not only deliver ultra-powerful air movement, but also provide quiet rotation, less energy consumption and a longer lifespan
  • Reversible control function allows you to switch the direction of the modern ceiling fan from downward airflow during the summer to upward during the cooler winters so as to reclaim and lose heat from the ceiling and to cut down on energy costs