Westinghall’s latest products include the Casablanas ceiling fans and the Casalana floor fans, which are both available for purchase.
The Casablancas ceiling fan has a 12-inch motor, which makes it quieter than standard fan designs and a 10-inch speed control to limit the amount of fan noise.
The two fans are paired with a 3-hour battery life, and they can both be operated by either a button on the back or the remote control on the front of the unit.
Casablanta fans are larger, which means that they can handle larger areas and provide more fan speed control.
Both fans have an 8-inch wheel drive motor, and Casablona fans are rated at 40,000 RPM.
Westinghouse has said that the Casa-Fan will be available later this year for $1,200, and it will be cheaper than most ceiling fans at the moment.
The company has also recently released a similar product for the Casak, but the Casas are not quite as expensive.
The Westinghast Casablanco and Casalanas ceiling fans will be offered in black or white, with black for $500 more than Casablans and Casa fans, respectively.
The new Casa fan will be made by Westingham and will be more expensive than the Casatron, which is currently priced at $500.
Westin also announced that it will release a new product in 2017 called the Casafone Cascade, which will be priced at about $500 and include a built-in light sensor that will turn on the fan and a smart controller that will allow users to adjust the fan speed automatically when they press the button.
Westin has also revealed that the new Casafones will be able to run the Casagone, Casalanas, and other models of the Casajesce and Casas ceiling models for up to 20 hours.
We’ll have more news on Westinghill’s new products and announcements on the Westing Hall Casablanes soon.
Source: HN via TechCrunch