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Shark Warplane Ceiling Fan, Stay on Target

by Conner Flynn
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Who needs a plain old ceiling fan when you can have this WWII fighter plane nose on your ceiling, complete with propeller? I hope the pilot isn’t an Ace, otherwise you are toast.

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It isn’t a real warplane nose and propeller, but is instead a fun recreation that is perfect for your mancave or for any kid’s bedroom. It is painted just like the P-40 fighter jets were when used during WWII. The triple “warplane” blades operate on a reversible three-speed 153-by-12mm motor for optimal air movement, but this thing will never leave the ceiling and start chasing you.

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The unit also includes an integrated light kit, with a single 60-watt candelabra bulb that casts a warm, ambient glow. Fans of aviation will love it. It sells for about $261(USD) over on Amazon.

[via Geeks Are Sexy]




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