Like a Breeze

FLIP ON THE PANA­SONIC CEIL­ING FAN AND FEEL IT KEEP YOUR IN­TE­RIOR COOL AND COM­FORT­ABLE EVEN WHEN OUT­DOOR TEMPS CREEP UP

Malaysia Tatler Homes - - SPACES -

Ceil­ing fans are no longer just a ba­sic ne­ces­sity, or re­garded as yet an­other con­ven­tional in­stal­la­tion in ev­ery house­hold – at least in the case of Pana­sonic, it should not be re­ferred to as such. Al­ways striv­ing to be a step ahead, both in terms of in­no­va­tion and user-friend­li­ness, the Pana­sonic ceil­ing fan mod­els do more than sim­ply cre­ate a strong air­flow and aid­ing the air cir­cu­la­tion. For one, the Pana­sonic Econavi 5-blade ceil­ing fan (model F-M15H5VBSRH/QH) cares for its users’ ul­ti­mate com­fort. Its 1/f Yuragi func­tion – a so­phis­ti­cated for­mula for greater con­trol on wind force and air ve­loc­ity – gen­er­ates a gen­tle breeze un­like any other. In­cor­po­rated with such hu­man­con­cerned tech­nol­ogy means it is able to main­tain a rhythm that reg­u­lates body tem­per­a­ture while giv­ing a feel­ing of nat­u­ral wind. And such tech­nol­ogy does not come at a high price too. Tap­ping into the power and ben­e­fits of a DC mo­tor, it prom­ises re­duc­tion in the amount of power used – up to 55% in com­par­i­son to its other con­tem­po­raries. The ro­tor that is ro­tated by us­ing a sys­tem of mag­nets of op­pos­ing po­lar­ity also means the mo­tor is more com­pact with qui­eter op­er­a­tions. The Pana­sonic LED ceil­ing fan (model F-M12GXVBHQH) and 5-blade LED ceil­ing fan (F-M15GWVBSQH/RH) come with sim­i­lar fea­tures and more. The big­gest dif­fer­ence is the four light­ing modes in­cor­po­rated into the fans, which al­lows them to ef­fi­ciently per­form a double duty. In other words, your ceil­ing fan can now be more than just a fan – but also a good source of light, as well as an aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing dis­play thanks to its sim­ple and clean de­sign.

(Clock­wise from left) ECONAVI 5-Blade Ceil­ing Fan; Baby LED Ceil­ing Fan; 5 Blades LED Ceil­ing Fan

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