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 Posted: Thu Jun 3rd, 2021 06:14 pm
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Anthony Lindsey
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I picked this fan up.     Thought it was neat.   It doesn't move a lot of air but It's different.   Anyone know anything about it?    








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 Posted: Thu Jun 3rd, 2021 09:42 pm
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Pretty neat fan!

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i always wanted one of those

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European?   :wondering:

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I spotted it and grabbed it.   Serious pizza blade shape blades.    Wish I could find some information on it.   Nothing but the volts and a number on it.  Nothing else.    

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 Great fan Anthony.I have a feeling the blade might not be correct for the fan as the blade isn't nickel plated like the motor housing. I have a few of these. All nickel plated like yours...although some do have timber blades.


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Thanks for the information Jim.  If you get a chance could you post a picture of the nickel and timber?

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European plug.









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Sorry for the delay Anthony. Some were in storage. They  are mostly German, apart from an Italian GEC.

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Another two

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