SPIN’s Signature Series fans, as well as the brand’s new Onix Series, now come in bigger sizes to cool your spaces, however large.
23 July, 2018
Bigger homes and spaces can now enjoy the luxury of having a stylish ceiling fan that effortlessly blends into any modern interior. SPIN fans are designed based on the belief that simplicity is the key to sophistication. Each design features a clean silhouette that maintains a modern aesthetic while ensuring optimal wind delivery to cool your desired space.
SPIN’s Signature Series, which includes the Espada, Quincy, and Savannah, sees the addition of a 60-inch model that fits right into large open-concept homes. The single-ply ABS acrylic allows for a sharper curvature, ensuring a good build for efficient wind delivery.
Larger fans, comprising 60-inch, 72-inch, and 84-inch models, are available in SPIN’s Onix Series, which boasts a minimalist design with nine airfoils. Each model comes in two colour options of black and white, while the 84-inch model also comes in an additional aluminium finish that makes the fan an ideal complement for large industrial-like spaces.
With close to a decade of experience and expertise in the industry, SPIN understands the market and constantly innovates to improve its product offerings to meet consumers’ needs. One such improvement is its Ultra Dynamic Direct Current (DC) Motor, which is designed with energy saving capabilities as well as a close-to-zero noise level while in use.
Precision engineering and quality materials ensure safety, durability, and optimal wind delivery. SPIN fans are also equipped with the ‘N’ mode function that delivers a wind flow which emulates natural breeze. Paired with the quiet motor, SPIN fans promise undisrupted sleep for you and your loved ones.
SPIN’s strong belief in creating products that are practical and beautiful drives its exploration into the integration of form and function. SPIN fans are a product of clever technology and exquisite craftsmanship, the quintessence of class and luxury, a timeless addition to any space for natural, soothing wind delivery.
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