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Fanco Wynd

Fanco Wynd

4.6 from 23 reviews · View Statistics

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4.6

23 reviews
  • Build Quality
    1.5 (2)
  • Value for Money
    1.0 (2)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.0 (2)
  • Noise Level
    1.5 (2)
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Has been replaced and still noisy! Expensive, faulty!

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We have had this replaced once already due to a noise from somewhere inside the fan. The second fan is now making a new noise. Extremely frustrating that we have had to pay a large sum of money for this fan, plus installation fees for the electrician and now having to deal with fan replacement. Not worth the money or the hassle

Purchased in November 2019 at Lighting Illusions.

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smp71South East Queensland, QLD

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2 faults within 1 hour

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Purchased 2x Fanco Wynd cause of the great reviews. 1st fan installed functions very quietly with zero wobble.
2nd fan installed in bedroom clicks on all 6 speeds and intermittently stops and restarts. Uninstalled and tightened blades but didn't resolve the clicking, uninstalled again and re installed old fan, there's a fault within the motor. Contacted the seller but hasn't responded.
Both fans also have a minor clunk on start up, no big issue but expected more from a $400+ fan.

Purchased in September 2019 for $419.00.

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Questions & Answers

Steve P

Steve Pasked

Have just installed a Fanco Wynd 54" ceiling fan. More than happy...up until the second day. Still whisper quite and performs well, but now it stops then restarts every minute or two...does anyone have an explanation. As far as I am aware the power supply is not being interrupted, it doesn't beep and lights on the same circuit stay on.

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David Wilton
David Wilton

Try the button on the remote that looks like 3 wavy lines.

Len Knoxx
Len Knoxx

As per David Wilton.

Fanco Australia
Fanco A.Fanco Australia

Hi guys, this is a great question. From what Steve is saying, it sounds like David and Len are right, and fan is on the "natural breeze setting". This setting varies the fan's speed automatically to mimic an outdoor breeze. When the natural breeze setting is active, the breeze icon (3 wavy lines) appears on the LCD display to on the left side of the speed indicator. It's very easy to switch this setting off, just click the natural breeze button (3 wavy lines) on the remote, as David suggested. If this doesn't work, please get in touch with us by emailing service@fanco.com.au but it sounds like your fan is working as it should.

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Details

Features:

  • Multi-season functionality is allowed by a summer/winter reversible mode, so you can also use this ceiling fan to warm up your space during winter. Warm air is directed by the ceiling fan blades back down to the lower parts of the room, where it can be savoured by anyone feeling a little chilly.
  • A 6-speed LCD remote lets you change from summer to winter mode, as well as control the fan from the comfort of your chosen spot - tucked away in bed, anyone?
  • Fanco prides itself on being a ‘class leader’ when it comes to ceiling fan efficiency, and fairly so – the Fanco Wynd uses 2W of power on its lowest speed, and 25W on its highest speed
  • Wood-crafted blades are available in 4 finishes; matte black with natural blades, oil rubber bronze with walnut blades, matte black with teak blades and matte white with washed white blades.
CategoryCeiling Fans
Price (RRP) $499.00
FeaturesRemote Control
Colour / FinishOil Rubbed Bronze
Number of Speed Settings6
Power25 W
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)
Construction
Blade MaterialWood
Number of Blades3
Body MaterialMetal
Blade Diameter1,370 mm

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