Jet Engine Ceiling Fans

Dec 8, 2016

Category: Living

Fans of flight rejoice. Here’s your chance to own some ceiling fans made to look like the blades inside actual jet engines. That’s right, from the turbine to your living room. Amazing right? And while some fans can be unsightly and dust ridden you can trust that these propellers of cool air will function as an eye acting piece for the man cave over many years.

It’s all possible thanks to Aviation Flying Furniture, who engineered four different models of these Jet Engine Ceiling Fans to mimic the inside of General Electric’s GE9X and Pratt Whitney’s JT8. They work just like any other fan in your home, except the unique blades manage to catch more air than your standard fan. The result is more cool air circulated throughout the room which equates to a cooler and more comfortable you at the end of the day. And don’t worry, they’re completely safe and secure tightly to any standard fixture. Prices start at $3,100. [Purchase]

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