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DIY 3D Printed Bladeless Fan

DIY 3D Printed Bladeless Fan

Thingiverse member DanielMitchell has shared his 3D model for a triangular desktop bladeless fan. It uses a computer fan hidden in its base, and is easy to put together. Thingiverse has links to print shops if you don’t have access to a 3D printer.

Kichler Terna Pendant Ceiling Fan

Kichler Terna Pendant Ceiling Fan
$335+  Buy Link Comment

Kichler’s unique fan is made for small spaces – or for people who don’t like traditional ceiling fan designs. Its blades wrap around its LED lamp like petals. It has three speeds, its LED lamp is dimmable, and is available in a variety of finishes.

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Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Fan

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Fan
$540  Buy Link Comment

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link is a fan, heater and air purifier in one. Its HEPA filter traps almost all allergens and pollutants, while the carbon layer gets rid of foul odors. The fan’s optional app keeps track of the filter’s status and much more.

Jet Engine Wall Fan

Jet Engine Wall Fan
$6000  Buy Link Comment

While it’s won’t push out the kind of air it would on an plane, there’s no denying that Phighter Images latest design is looks cool. It’s made from the nose cowling of a vintage Boeing 707, and fitted with a modern carbon-look blade. Available with an authentic or replica cowl.

Fansformer

Fansformer

Footage of a totally superfluous, but nonetheless cool ceiling fan design which automatically unfurls its blades as it gets up to speed. Looks like its actually a fan called the Fanimation Air Shadow if you want to buy one.

Jet Engine Ceiling Fan 2.0

Jet Engine Ceiling Fan 2.0
$1450  Buy Comment

After tremendous response to their jet engine ceiling fan, Phighter Images came up with a lower priced model that looks just as cool. We love the carbon-fiber look on the blades. They’ve also got a smaller version in the works for kid’s rooms that will go for under $500.

Jet Engine Ceiling Fans

Jet Engine Ceiling Fans
$3100+  Buy Comment

Phighter Images makes all kinds of awesome home decor for aircraft buffs, but we’re particularly excited about their ceiling fans, constructed to look like the fans from famous jet engines. They may look the part, but they’re definitely quieter than the real thing.

DIY Bladeless Fan

DIY Bladeless Fan

YouTuber Rulof Maker used a microwave fan, a water bottle jug and a pair of plastic vases to make a homemade version of Dyson’s prohibitively expensive Air Multipliers. Air from the fan sucks in the air behind the rings to provide great ventilation.

Haiku SenseME Ceiling Fan

Haiku SenseME Ceiling Fan
$990+  Buy Link Comment

The Haiku SenseME automatically turns itself on or off when someone enters or leaves the room and adjusts its speed automatically based on temperature changes. You can also set a schedule and alarm presets for the fan.

P-40 Flying Tiger Ceiling Fan

P-40 Flying Tiger Ceiling Fan
$265  Buy Comment

Craftmade’s ceiling fan puts a miniature replica of the front of a WWII Curtiss P-40 Flying Tiger war plane on your ceiling – though its blades won’t be enough to make your room take flight. Also available in Chuck Yeager’s famous P-51 style.

Fired-up Soccer Fans

Fired-up Soccer Fans

The 12th man for the Ukrainian soccer club Sevastopol is not the Human Torch. Fans lobbed burning projectiles onto the field causing play to be suspended when the opposing team got in scoring position during a recent match. Lame on!

Haiku LED Ceiling Fan

Haiku LED Ceiling Fan
$920+  Buy Comment

The customizable Haiku’s LEDs are 80% more efficient than standard light bulbs and last 3 times longer than CFLs, all while emitting less heat. They also have 16 dimmer settings. It’s also more efficient than standard ceiling fans.

Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan

Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan
$250+  Pledge Link Comment

An innovative ceiling fan which not only does away with the classic bladed design, but improves airflow by producing a quiet, recirculating vortex of air through laminar flow between spinning flat discs.

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Helicopter Ceiling Fan

Helicopter Ceiling Fan

Raffael Iannello Studios created this awesome ceiling fan made to look like a 1:6 scale version of a Hughes/MD 500 helicopter. Since the real chopper can fly upside-down, so does the fan.

Black Fan

Black Fan

Witold Szostak’s Black Fan is a sheer thing of beauty, crafted from wenge wood, stainless steel and Dacron. Its wide jet turbine like shape will keep all but the biggest rooms nice and cool.

Dyson Hot Fan Heater

Dyson Hot Fan Heater
$400  Buy Link Comment

Equipped with the same technology and looks as the AM02 tower fan, the AM04 Dyson Hot can be set to consistently warm a room, with a range of 33ºF to 99ºF. Also works as a cooling fan.

The Arden Fan

The Arden Fan
$332  Buy Comment

We never thought we’d ever call a stand fan sexy, but the Arden certainly fits the bill, with long walnut-finish legs and either oil-rubbed bronze or satin nickel blades. Has 3 speeds and an 8′ cord.

Green Man Field Run Assist

Green Man Field Run Assist

We didn’t think a fan running on the field video could get better than this Great Escape but Green Man proved that wrong at this Madison Mallards game. Watch until the end to see why.

Best Basketball Fan Dance

Best Basketball Fan Dance

No offense LeBron, but even you didn’t have a chance for the spotlight against this talented Charlotte Bobcats fan, who proved his skills on the dance cam during the Heat game. (Thanks Lisa!)

MAX Fan Heater

MAX Fan Heater
$100  Buy Comment

Stadler Form’s elegant and versatile MAX fan heater is a reliable space heater capable of being just a fan during the summer and a toasty heater in the winter, since it blows both hot and cold air.

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AM02 & AM03 Air Multipliers

AM02 & AM03 Air Multipliers
$450  Buy Comment

Dyson’s new Air Multiplier fans are more powerful than the desktop variants. The AM02 sucks in air at 9 gal/sec and amplifies it 16 times, while the AM03 amplifies the same amount of air 18 times.

Dyson Air Multiplier

Dyson Air Multiplier
$300-$330  Buy Comment

Dyson’s Air Multiplier is a minimalist’s dream, but it’ll cost you: the blades are hidden inside the base, which expels up to 118 gallons of air a second through an airfoil-shaped ramp.

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