East Fan 52 inch solid timber ceiling fan with remote control EF52105

contemporary timber blade ceiling fan with light

◆52-inch interior ceiling fan with light and natural wood blades
◆153*18mm silicon steel motor for powerful and quiet air circulation
◆Three fan speeds (high/medium/low) for customized comfort
◆Wood finish, other finish such as matte black white, brushed nickel can be available
◆Ideal for rooms up to15~22㎡ with standard 2.3m ceilings

Product description:

The East Fan EF52105 Ceiling fan has three natural wood blades, usually installed living room, reading room, dinning room etc.

There elegant curved blades made larger airflow to provide your cool and comfort.

52in natural wood ceiling fan with light

Item No.


Blade Diameter




Blade Material

Natural wood

Primary Blade Finish


Bulb(s) Included


Motor Specification

Silicon Steel Motor 153mm x 18mm

Down rod length


Overall Ceiling Fan light height


Watt (High)


RPM (High)






The design structure and natural blades in Proud
This simple elegant ceiling fan with light EF52105 promise quiet movement for the people who choose it.

The blades just made by natural wood from natural. The light parts we usually keep 2 years warranty.52 inch natural wood ceiling fan with lightcontemporary solid wood ceiling fan with lightmodern timber blade ceiling fan with light

FAQ: How does a ceiling fan cool down a room?
When a ceiling fan is turning counter clockwise, a breeze is produced that helps create a wind chill factor. Although a thermostat may not give a reading in degrees that the room is cooling down like an air conditioner would, the wind chill factor makes the room feel cooler than what is being recorded on the thermostat. The wind chill factor can be felt by anyone in the room and makes being in the room much more comfortable although the temperature in the room has not really changed. This allows people to run their air conditioner on a higher temperature when used with a ceiling fan. Some days a ceiling fan is enough to keep the room feeling cool so an air conditioner could be kept off. This will save people money on their monthly electricity bill and help keep our environment green by being more fuel efficient. Air conditioners use anywhere between 500-3500 watts versus ceiling fans that use only 24-90 watts.
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