Hunter Ceiling Fans Announce Launch In The UK

Introducing the Hunter Fan Company, an International supplier of electric fans now launching in the UK.

Father and son, John and James Hunter, produced their first water driven ceiling fans in 1886. Later on Hunter developed a ceiling fan – one of the first such products powered by electricity.

Latest additions featured here include:

Fanaway’s Evo Fan – This distinctive design has won numerous awards in the home-ware class.

It was a finalist in Australia in the ‘Home Beautiful Product of the Year award’, while in 2013 it was nominated in 10 best new products in Lowes, the largest DIY chain in the USA.

The four fan blades come out due to centrifugal force, when the fan is switched on and withdraw into the body again when turned off, leaving it as a plain pendant light.

The fan has three variable speeds and is available in chrome and white. Priced at £399 Inc. VAT, including the remote control.

The Artemis Ceiling Fan – Created by George Kovacs the renowned lighting designer for the Californian fan maker Minke Aire.

This exclusive and exciting product, merges the blades and housing into one unbroken whole, to create a real design statement.

The fan comes in a choice of white, transparent, liquid nickel and Koa wood. Priced from £450 Inc. VAT for a white finish and upto £1499 for liquid nickel.


Long before air conditioning was developed, or the common use of electricity, people all over the world depended on the cool comfort of Hunter’s ceiling fans.

Today, Hunter brings together craftsmanship and modern technology, to produce ceiling fans that are unique for style, quality and quietness.

For further information and to view the extensive Hunter Fan Ranges, go to the website.

Tel:   (01256) 636509

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