The clamor for stylish electric fans is stronger than ever. We have retro, Scandinavian, and sleek designs that add a character to the living space.
Then there are fans that combine style with eco-friendly features.
Philippine Geogreen, known for its innovative line-up of green products, has recently launched its newest Haiku L series fans, a range of high quality, industrial-strength ceiling fans.
The Haiku L Series, its makers said, boasts functional design and superior energy efficiency. It comes with an award-winning permanent-magnet motor and seven airflow settings, while its sleek and ergonomic design allows it to cool rooms at the fraction of a cost of air conditioning—with a cooling effect that is 80 percent more efficient than conventional ceiling fan motors.
According to Geogreen, the new fans can make a room feel cooler by 6 degrees, while operating silently.
The Haiku L series comes in three diameter options. The smallest, at 112 centimetres in diameter, can be used in spaces with limited ceiling heights. It has durable hybrid-resin aerofoils with black or white finish options to go well with different home interiors.
Haiku’s mobile app and voice integration, available as a Wi-Fi option, lets users change fan settings hands-free.
“We are mindful of the Filipinos’ changing needs, and we will address this by continuing to look for the best green products from all over the world that use cutting-edge technology,” Philippine Geogreen chief executive officer Liza Morales said in a statement.
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