Panasonic has created a unique lacquered version of its popular rotating fan. Looking more like a craft item you might find in Kanazawa or Kyoto rather than a household appliance, the Panasonic Echizen Lacquer Bladeless Air Generator Q is elegantly coated with lacquer (urushi) from the Fukui region. The Panasonic Bladeless Air Generator Q was first released in 2015 and quickly attracted attention as a sophisticated, attractive-looking fan that can blow out seven times more air than it takes in. The ball-shaped, fluidly designed climate control device has specially engineered channels that encourage additional air intake.
Panasonic Echizen Lacquerware Bladeless Air Generator Q
This limited-edition version is made to order but the wait will be worth it. Echizen lacquerware has a 1,500-year history and each Q fan is individually lacquered by dedicated artisans.
The Panasonic Echizen Lacquerware Bladeless Air Generator Q features:
Limited run of 100
With Echizen lacquerware
Circulator and electric fan
Air flow: 5 settings
Timer: 1 hour, 3 hours
Angle: five settings
Size: 250 x 250 x 336mm (9.8 x 9.8 x 13.2″)
Cord: 1.8m (5.9 ft)
Power: AC adapter
Made to order (allow extra time for delivery)
Made in Japan