World War II Fighter Plane Ceiling Fan

Jun 18, 2013

Category: Living

While it’s a little late for Father’s Day, this Craftmade designed World War II ceiling fan would make a great addition to any man cave.

This aviation inspired design piece has been outfitted with 3 blades to mimic the plane’s propellers, all of which feature a rich wood finish that has been complemented with painted tips. The base of the fan was designed to replicate the menacing faces of the Tiger Shark P-40 fighter planes used during WWII, and measures in at about 17 inches. The 48 inch blade span will help keep any small to medium sized room cool during the warmer months of the year. It also features a 60 watt light bulb in the center to help illuminate the space. You can scoop yours up today from Amazon.

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