Information about Deco Breeze Debbie Taylor-Kerman Tabletop Fan - Wood
Closeouts. Whimsical artist Debbie Taylor-Kerman lends her brush to the removable, decorative panel of this Deco Breeze wood frame fan. The panel hides the fan blades when they're not busy creating cool breezes!
Panel easily slides in and out with satin ribbon pull
Reviewed by Michele from Colorado Springs, CO on Thursday, January 05, 2012
This is a neat idea - it's a fan that's attractive. When it's in use, it kinda looks like an old fashioned metal fan, but when it's not in use, put the piece of art back in and it sits on your table and no one knows it's a fan...
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Reviewed by rj from Akron OH on Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Note that the measuements for height include the feet that the fan sits upon, so it's 9.75" square. As a result, the fan doesn't overtake one's tabletop. There's a toggle switch on the cord to control on-off and speed functions, (it's 2 speed.) The high speed is pretty powerful It would have been nice had they provided a slot on the side or a bracket on top to sit the cover in when it's in use, as I anticipate the cover will likely become scarred over time getting knocked around when the fan is in use and it freefalls on the table top.
Reviewed by Love fabric! from Seattle on Tuesday, November 26, 2013
If you can receive this in the post without breakage, it is darling and sturdy. By my 4th one, I have an intact fan for a Christmas gift for someone who has everything. The feet kept arriving broken but they wrapped more securely this last time. Yea!