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Haiku Home L Series Smart Ceiling Fan (white) $450 + tax where applicable

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Amazon has the Haiku Home L Series Smart Ceiling Fan (white) with light on sale for $450 + tax where applicable

This is the cheapest ever on Amazon and cheaper than the recent black Friday deals on the Haiku website.
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Created 11-28-2017 at 06:33 AM by freakintoddles
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I wonder how it compares to Hunter's "Smart Ceiling Fan" they look similar

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Wouldn't it be smarter to put the smart technology on the switch, rather than the bulbs or the fixtures?
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Wouldn't it be smarter to put the smart technology on the switch, rather than the bulbs or the fixtures?
It's a lot easier to control fan speed and light brightness if you do it on the fan.
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Last edited by clemson98 November 28, 2017 at 09:22 AM.
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