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Two fans are better than one - the Double Circulator


May 12, 2010

The Double-Circulator from Segula has twin fans that can be operated independently and a b...

The Double-Circulator from Segula has twin fans that can be operated independently and a built-in ionizer for fresh air

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On some summer days and nights, a good fan is all you need to keep your cool. But often it’s a case of being in the right place at the right time if you want to benefit from old-fashioned fan technology. The Segula Double-Circulator doesn’t just blow the air into the room like any other ordinary fan. Instead, it circulates the air in the whole room via two independent heads, which the manufacturers say is more healthy than a fan directly aimed at your body. The Double-Circulator also has an integrated ionizer to keep the air fresh.

The Double-Circulator has your typical fan’s three speed settings and provides airflow control over a range of 15-20 m. Each head on the unit is separately adjustable and apparently the 60W motor really blows (in a good way!).

The manufacturers claim the device is extremely energy-efficient – with both fans operating it only costs around 1 cent per hour to run.

The fans have removable grills for easy cleaning and a loudness factor of 50dB. The unit measures 43 x 76 x 24cm and sells at Segula for €99.95 (US$126 approx).

Via: Random Good Stuff.


"Integrated ionizer to keep the air fresh" ???

Ozone may be associated with that "fresh" smell, but as I understand it, in any concentration strong enough to smell, or kill bacteria, will also be toxic and damaging to your cells. This is not sea air. Its more like photocopier pollutant.

Ozone is more oxidizing than Chlorine. I do not believe any product should feature it as a "freshener".

16th May, 2010 @ 09:50 am PDT

Excellent product. It will be instant success both in developed and developing countries.

Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore (AP), India

16th May, 2010 @ 10:48 am PDT
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