Table Fan Buying Guide - Anemos

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The first Electric Table Fan was invented almost 150 years ago in the year 1882 by Schuyler Skaats Wheeler. Back then the humble Table fan was a two bladed propeller on the shaft of an electric motor.

Since then Table Fans have come a long way. Today, Table fans have evolved to be both extremely efficient and important design element in our spaces. There are so many options available in the market that sometimes it becomes difficult to pick one.

We, at Anemos, have put together a guide to help you buy the right table fan for yourself basis a variety of factors which can help you make the right choice. These include:

a) Think of your decor

 Based on the dominant design of the space, you can pick a Table fan for your home or office space. If you are looking for something simple and compact for your kitchen or office desk then you can choose a Clock Table Fan (on SALE!) or an Adam Table Fan. These small fans can easily fit in any space and are easy to carry around also.

Clock Table Fan Anemos IndiaAnemos Clock Fan


Buy Anemos Adam Table Fan

Anemos Adam Fan


b) What is your need?

Another important factor to consider while purchasing a table is to check your needs in terms of the efficiency of the fan. If you need a table fan that has higher speed then you should go for a fan with higher Revolutions Per Minute (RPM). The faster the blades spin, the more air they move. Lewis Jr Table Fan and Savery Jr Table Fan are two table fans that come with 1400 RPM.

c) Is this fan in my Budget? 

The most important factor of all - does it fit your budget? Since table fans are mostly an addition to ceiling fans in rooms, allocated budget for it is usually low. However, for outdoor areas and rooms with only table fans, a higher budget can be allocated. Table fans fall in the price range of INR 5000 for a simple, compact fan and go up to INR 36000 in case of a bladeless fan which uses the latest technology.


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