- ✓Vornado Air out of Kansas has defied economic convention and flourished making sophisticated electronic products domestically for over 2 decades. Vornado has parlayed great customer communication into a winning business model.
- ✓Vornado fans are assembled in the warehouse, just a few hundreds yards away from the design center but the plastic pieces are made elsewhere, many of them right here in Kansas.
- ✓Vornado Realty Trust is an S&P 500 member and one of the largest REIT's in the U.S. Vornado has a concentration of premier assets and a focused strategy of growing its dominant position in New York City office and Manhattan street retail. People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.
- ✓In the Vornado we see what a larger fan with a better motor can do. Its low setting is very quiet and the high setting move a lot of air. This fan offers a great range and is a practical choice if you are demanding about your cooling equipment.
- ✓The Vornado 660 high-speed motor is able to spin the deep pitch blades at high velocity while expending a small of amount of energy. It uses 43 watts at a lower speed, 50 watts at medium speed and 53 watts at a high speed, with an input voltage of 110V AC.
Details: The 279 provides high performance, moving air up to 80 feet. As a whole room circulator, the 279 Large Panel Circulator is designed to focus a powerful beam of air horizontally across the room, or vertically towards the ceiling. Focusing the air upwards maximizes the 279s ability to force the warm air off of the ceiling to the rest of the room, an added bonus during winter months. The minimalistic design and medium size allow the 279 to easily fit into your living space. Contrasting high gloss and textured finishes create a modern yet understated look that fits a variety of decor. An easy-to-use three speed push-button control panel is located atop the unit within easy reach.
Package Dimensions: 16.5 x 16.0 x 9.5 inches
Item Note: In excellent condition box shows some wear
Item Condition: UsedLikeNew