Andy Morris has solved an aggravating problem. You can get a remote control for tower fans, but theyíre too noisy for the bedroom. Propeller fans are nice and quiet, but they donít come with remotes. So Andy devised a propeller fan remote control that does not require line-of-sight, which makes it easier to use in the dark.
The gadget comes with off/on, three fan speeds, and multicolored LEDs to indicate the fanís speed. As a bonus, it beeps to indicate that the fan got your message.
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