OTTO, First Wood-Formed Fan for Style and Function

OTTO, First Wood-Formed Fan for Style and Function

Created by Swiss designer Carlo Borer, OTTO is more than a fan – it’s a piece of furniture with a purpose. As the weather gets warmer, replacing your air conditioner with a more cost-effective and energy-saving solution like a fan may be a reasonable choice. Unfortunately, fans in the past have typically been bulky, unsightly items. Now there is the new OTTO adjustable industrial fan by Swizz Style which lets you have a unique and stylish piece of furniture that also provides the functions of a three-speed fan. OTTO is the first piece of furniture to incorporate a twice-oiled, wood-framed fan that you can leave out all summer long.

The wood ring frame is made of quartered sapele, which has been oiled twice for a high quality, matte finish. Three fan speeds and height-adjustable feet make it versatile for any space. While an air conditioner is typically 100 Watts, OTTO is only 45 Watts, helping you save money on energy without cluttering space with the eyesore of the typical box fan.


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