Meaco launches its first pedestal fan as the hot summer weather continues. #Meaco

2020 is likely to be a record-breaking year for high temperatures. April was the sunniest on record for the UK and May continued to bring the sunshine. Long range forecasters have predicted that 2020 will be one of the hottest on record, with the peak coming at the end of July. Meaco has seen an exceptionally high demand for fans this spring, partly due to this weather, and in part caused by the lockdown with more people working and exercising from home. It is therefore timely that Meaco has launched a new pedestal fan, to join its award-winning range of Meaco fans.

The MeacoFan 1056 Pedestal air circulator is the first pedestal fan for Meaco, developed and built following customer demand.  According to Chris Michael, MD of Meaco “customers were looking for a floor fan, as they had no spare furniture space to place the current 1056 model on.  They can now use their floor space, and also have the fan above the height of objects that might otherwise have obstructed the airflow.  This makes it perfect for the bedroom or a home office setup.”

 

The 1056P has the same features and benefits as the award-winning table-top model, circulating the air within a room efficiently and quietly.  The fan head moves side to side, up and down bouncing the air off the walls and ceiling to create a pleasant breeze rather than just blowing the air in one direction.

Low on energy consumption and extremely low on noise levels, the 1056P has been awarded a Quiet Mark. Its low energy DC fan motor ensures the ultra-low noise, making it perfect for use in bedrooms, and home offices.  You will hardly know it is on!

The MeacoFan 1056P comes with a magnetic remote control and a display in the base to show the room temperature and selected fan speed.  In ECO mode the fan speed automatically changes as the temperature in the room changes; at night the Off Timer will silently turn the fan off and the display light can be turned on or off as required. For help with operating the remote at night, there is a spotter lump on the down speed button to help you work out where you are on the remote in the dark.

Finishing touches include a stylish design with faux “leather” handle.

BUY – https://www.meaco.com/cooling/meacofan-1056p-air-circulator

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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