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Hi,

I am looking for ceiling fans (similar design as haiku or spin etc) and was recommended to PO Eco fan. I was told that this is a local company which initially specialised in downlights but recently started to deal in ceiling fans (Supposedly made in China i think)

The DC fans come with 10 years warranty on motor and 3 years on site for others.

Does anyone has experience with this brand and how is it? The design is not as nice as haiku nor spin, but it is still something that i can accept.

Thanks and regards

 

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i installed the DC motor one from them, so far ok, quiet and pretty strong for my living room. the design is simple and clean, not gorgeous like the haikus, but also not ugly. its like the relite fans, but with nicer more sleek looking light casing (have you seen the relite ones? they are bloody huge and really spoils the aesthetics). i think the price point of the ECO is good, if you compare it to the exorbitant haiku/ spin. 

 

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Hi lightningbolt,

Yes, i agree, it's not as expensive as spin/haiku, within my price range for a DC ceiling fan with a decent warranty coverage. Imagine if i spend on Spin or haiku for my 2 bedrooms, I would have burnt a big hole in my pockets.. I got two PO Eco for my 2 bedrooms and now looking for another ceiling fan for my living room. I am thinking of splurging for a haiku (60") since my living (cum dining) area is quite big (~6m x 7m). But is haiku really worth that $$? I'm new to the ceiling fan space and would love to hear your (or anyone) opinion? The price is holding me back, plus the lack of feedback.

For the record and those who are keen, the 3 years warranty is optional (i.e. you have to top up for additional 2 years). I just got the default 1 year warranty. (But it does give me some comfort that the manufacturer is willing to extend the warranty - at a cost. At least they are reasonably comfortable with their own products)

Thanks and regards

Edited by roland
 

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Hi,
If you are still keen on the Haiku or spin fans, you may visit our showroom to test them out (H, I and L series and all sizes of spin fans) before committing. We have about 50+ fans on display at our 2-storey showroom. We are also distributor for Philips and Osram Lighting (also on display) if you are also keen on lighting. 

PHYLUX

 

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I have just completed reno, not yet moved in. I tried the fan for a few hours, seems ok though. One thing to note is that the base that is attached to the ceiling is a soft rubber casing, although it looks like a hard plastic casing from the catalog. I didn't notice it until it was delivered and installed...

And the remote controller cannot be shared. I have two fans from PO Eco, exactly the same model. But each controller can only control its own fan and not the other.... 

 

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Hi Roland, 

Any feedback on the PO Eco fan?

I just bought three yesterday, the shop is having 1-for-1 promo. Couldn't resist the deal.

 

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Hi Raye,

Up to now still ok. I have a Haiku in my living room. The built of PO Eco fan and remote pale in comparison (i.e. the rubber casing, big bulky remote). But at this price point, i cannot complain too much.

Cheers

 

 

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On ‎11‎/‎6‎/‎2017 at 1:02 PM, Raye said:

I just bought three yesterday, the shop is having 1-for-1 promo. Couldn't resist the deal.

Hi Raye,

Which shop is having 1-for1 promo?

 

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On 14/11/2017 at 1:17 PM, Bloom said:

Hi Raye,

Which shop is having 1-for1 promo?

Hi Bloom, 

I bought mine from My Lighthouse at  61 Ubi Rd 1 #01-09 Oxley Bizhub. 

 

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On 20/11/2017 at 10:02 PM, Tamako said:

Hi Raye,

 

How much did you pay for the 1 for 1 promotion? Thanks!

Hi Tamako, 

Sorry for the late reply. 

I needed three units, so I got two units with 1-for-1 price and the third unit at 50% off. That worked out to be $400 plus per unit, can't remember the exact figure.

I saw another shop selling Amasco DC fan at $338 promo price, but when we tried to stand below the fan, the PO Eco fan felt more windy than Amasco even at lower setting.  

 

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Hi,

I got my two sets of PO Eco fan (including light kits) at $450 nett each at Radson. Not too far off from the 1 for 1 promotion. Of course, the models might be different. Mine is the 3 blade white fan (with the wing tip slightly bent upwards), base is the cylinder type.

Cheers

 

 

 

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Hi,

I'm currently looking to replace my room fan. Seen quite a few people talking about Haiku but the feedback from my friends weren't so good most of them encounter some sort of problem here and there. Other good brand that you can introduce me to?

 

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I bought a PO fan from a lighting shop in Changi Road for 300 plus only. It is a steal for a DC fan. I bought a Spin fan 2 year ago for almost 900. The performance and looks of the PO is much better than the Spin fan, plus I can also customize it.  

 

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