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Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan puts a breath of fresh air into the room

Exhale Bladless Ceiling Fan Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan puts a breath of fresh air into the room
There are a variety of reasons we want to have a ceiling fan in our homes. We use it for everything from cooling off in the summer, to just moving air around the house. Whenever you think of one of these things, you probably picture the blades of a fan jutting out from a fixture in the center of the ceiling. In the world of gadgetry and geekery, there’s always a new and better way to do things, and ceiling fans have been needing a face lift.

The Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan is a breath of fresh air every time you step into the room. Instead of slicing through the air, it pulls it in like a vortex, and pushes it out a at 45 degree angle. This means air will come to you from the side, much more like a breeze. It uses a DC motor to move air to and fro,and is all concealed in a sleek design. This means no whirling blades of death for you to accidentally hit your hand on while stretching. If you want one of these, you’ll have to wait until Q1 of next year, and it will cost you around $300. Check out the video below to see it in action.

 Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan puts a breath of fresh air into the room

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

  • The-Skud

    Looks safer, but does it reverse to send winter ceiling heat down to the room? Most bladed ceiling fans have that useful option.

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