Fans are notorious for providing cooling relief with a distinct amount of noise, so the 'Williwaw' stand fan looks to help correct this through expert engineering. Making use of 3D printing technology, the 'Williwaw' features nine blades that have been designed with inspiration from aeronautics. This allows the blades to be aerodynamic in design to help eliminate the sound associated with fan operation, while still blowing air in a powerful manner.
The 'Williwaw' fan is energy-efficient with no more than 45-watts of electricity being consumed when it's on full power. Currently available for preorder on Kickstarter starting at €350, the 'Williwaw' stand fan is ideal for the summer but will also provide air circulation in the winter. The unit can be changed in orientation to pull warm air from above down to the lower section of a room to create a cozier atmosphere.
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