Our Top Ten has finished today (14/06/2013). And the fan winner is… Eterfan. Thank you for participing. We will contact the winner participant soon.
Faro Barcelona has selected their best fans by features, but without your help we can’t set up our Ventilation Top Ten. So we’ve put up a contest for you to choose your favorite.
How to participate
It’s very easy, just subscribe to our blog and vote for your favorite fan. You have from May 27 to June 14 to do this. Among all participants we’ll raffle a Tritón, our tiniest fan. Vote here.
The most sustainable: Eterfan
The Eterfan is our most sustainable fan thanks to its DC engine which consumes less at a higher speed. This revolutionary technology contributes to energy savings. Plus, it has other features such as being quieter, lighter and more durable. + info: Eterfan
The most rustic: Corso
This fan has a rustic style for its reddish and oak wooden blades, dark brown metal engine and translucent glass lampshades. The Corso is ideal for classic and/or rustic rooms. + info: Corso
The funnest: Palao
Our funnest fan, the Palao, is ideal for children or teenagers rooms, reduced in size. It brings a touch of color and incorporates a light kit with an opal glass diffuser. + info: Palao
The cheapest: Mini Indus
The Mini Indus is a modern fan with a very affordable price and great features: 5 speeds, wall regulator included, engine and steel blades in white… A good choice for small spaces. + info: Mini Indus
The brightest: Galápago
The Galápago is our brightest fan thanks to its 3-lampshade light kit featuring 3-GU10 50W light bulbs each. A good solution to freshen and illuminate at the same time. + info: Galápago
The most practical: Easy
As its name suggests, the Easy is easy to place in any room, easy to install, its blades are fitted with a “click”, and easy to use by its built-in remote. + info: Easy
The most high-tech: Chiloe
The Chiloe ceiling fan features a light kit using LED technology, which enables lower power consumption. + info: Chiloe
The most retro: Faretto
With the Faretto we are transported to the historic Italian motorcycle, the Vespa 1946, source of inspiration for this ceiling fan. More than just a fan, it’s a lifestyle. + info: Faretto
The toughest: Hierro
This ceiling fan is for outdoor use as it has IP44 protecting it from moisture and dust, making it one of our most resistant models, so that its name couldn’t be other than Hierro. The 4 blades are reversible and are made of ABS material. It features a light kit. + info: Hierro
The tiniest: Tritón
Innovative in style and design, the Tritón is ideal as a table fan. Very handy thanks to its small size. + info: Tritón
Vote for your favorite fan!