Posts Tagged ‘dcfan’

KDK. Ceiling Fan, Fail?

July 3, 2017

Technically, any SGean would know, KDK and Panasonic makes reliable fans.

Right? No? How can that be?

So, this DC fan T60AW has a slight problem with its based cover.

Being a fanatic in cleanliness, I wipe clean it once a week. And surprisingly, due to its design, you do need to wipe along a small line as dusts WILL rest along the edge of the cover underside.

So, does it still works?

Yes, it still spins. Unless you wanna snap the only cable causing it to dangle, and effectively killing its thermal sensor as well as the LED to indicate timer is enabled, you can brainlessly operate it.

Btw, Ive already replaced it with K15UW, imported set as we cant wait for them to come down to… fix 2 screws that fall off when we tilt the dismantled fan.

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DC Stand Fans.

July 11, 2016

Once upon a time, DC stand fans were expensive.

Taiyo sold it for >SGD$129.

Mistral sold it for >SGD$149.

Iona sold it for >SGD$80.

Midea sold it for >SGD$149.

Akira sold it for >SGD$99.

(Prices are estimates based on what I last saw, and NOT dated to the date this post was up.)

So I got the remoteless Akira and should-last type of analogue rotating switch at SGD$79.90 (now SGD$99 at stores).

(In fact I had 3 at home.)

And Giant Singapore sold the with-remote model at less than half its original price.

If you need a fan to save power, you waiting for what? Haha..

Im really into saving energy. While keeping my cool.