- The company has launched a fan named Pappu in the country
- Fanzart is focusing on doubling its presence in India by 2020
Fanzart will soon allow consumers in India to customise fans, as per their requirements. Tarun Lala, executive director at Fanzart, told Electronics For You that the service will encompass designs as well as fan sizes.
He said, “I think ceiling fans has been the most ignored consumer electronics vertical in India. Inspite of ceiling fans being present in almost every second Indian home, these have not been give the importance they deserve. Hence, Fanzart will allow its consumers to customise fans as per their taste and needs.”
The company usually retails its ceiling fans through experience stores in India. It has even tied up with architects and interior designers in the country.
Fan named Pappu
The company has also announced the launch of a fan named ‘Pappu’ in India. This fan, fitted with LED lights, features 26-inch blades. Fanzart says that this fan can be easily controlled using a remote control.
Fanzart is retailing this fan at a price of Rs 19,490 in India. The company, apart from Amazon e-commerce portals is also retailing it through 45 experience centres.
Fanzart’s official statement read, “The pocket-sized powerhouse rotates at a swift 340 RPM speed with its deep pitched blades, ensuring the gust of refreshing breeze. The fan comes with an integrated 12W LED which 3 Light settings – Warm, Day and White output, adding functionality for both illumination of room as well as reading purpose. The Fan is engineered for smaller spaces, enabling seamless operation with Whisper Quiet Technology.”
It continued, “Ditching the traditional fan, for smaller space, the White Beauty packs a lot of style. This perfect small space fan performs, strong enough to compete with any full range Fans. With superior reverse airflow and optically designed dome for better light dispersion, the LED fan is a style icon suited to every space.”
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