Solar Vintage hand fan probably costs more than an air conditioner
Jul 02, 2009 15:15
Solar-energy harnessing fan doubles as night lamp.
Apart from making you sweaty whenever you go out for work, summers also bring the added expenses of purchasing expensive cooling systems for your home, which could probably cost thousands of dollars. Designer Elena Corchero has designed a stunning way to keep you cool, not by keeping the purchases cheap, but green for sure.
The designer has crafted a solar energy harnessing hand fan, known as the Solar Vintage Fan that can easily be carried along wherever you go to give you that much needed gush of air whenever you’re reeling under the sweltering heat. The fan carries flexible solar panels that collect solar energy when you use it outdoors and uses the same energy to power LED lights, which the fan is equipped with. Don’t be miscarried by its simple aesthetics as the fan would put you down by £1,285.
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