Lucci Connect Wifi Remote Control for ceiling fans

Make your AC ceiling fan smart with the new Lucci Connect Wifi Remote Control your ceiling fan with your smartphone via the Lucci Connect APP Control your ceiling fan via voice control thanks to the smart life skill vor Alexa, Google home & Siri onyl compatible with AC ceiling fans from Bayside, Lucci air and […]

Retractable Blades by Fanaway

Our Fanaway 2-in-1 ceiling light and fan have a patent on the technologie of retratable blades. The four blades fold so slim above the light, you hardly realize them. Turned on, the four blades are pushed out and you directly feel a comfortable breeze. The light or the fan can be turned on/off independently by […]

How to select the right fan

Size and primary use of the room (ie. family room, bedroom etc) It’s important to consider the size of the room when selecting a ceiling fan. The larger the room size, the more powerful the fan motor and the length of the blades will need to be to generate enough air movement resulting in a cooling breeze. Ceiling Height […]

New Lucci Breeze fans

In 2019 we started with a new series of pedestal, wall, floor and table fans. The Breeze fans show the same elegance and fancy design you will expect from a Lucci design.

CTC fans – close to ceiling

As modern houses tend to have a ceiling height of about 2.4 – 2.5 m new fan designs with a lower drop from the ceiling come into fashion.  The close to ceiling models from our brands Lucci air or Bayside have the motor mounted directly at the ceiling. The blades then are only around 20 […]

Save Money, Save Energy

Ceiling fans keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter using about as much power as a 60-watt light bulb, which costs only 2-3c per hour to run. Choose a fan with a DC motor, which uses 70% less energy than standard AC fans, and you’ll reduce running costs to as little as 1c […]

Ceiling fans a smart energy saving solution for your room climate!

Ceiling fans keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter using about as much power as a former 60-watt light bulb, which costs only 2-3c per hour to run. Choose a fan with a DC motor, which uses 70% less energy than standard AC fans, and you’ll reduce running costs to as little as […]