Omega Altise sets new benchmark for indoor cooling

Omega Altise has launched its new Aura fan – designed and engineered in Australia – with patent pending airflow technology for SRP $299.

Its 150mm impeller, embedded inside a barrel, increases air pressure and flow to create a strong targeted stream of air, while perforated acoustic liners reduce noise to 65dB and enhance performance. Aura also features six speed settings, 80-degree oscillation from left to right and 40 degree oscillation up and down, in addition to remote control functionality with hidden control storage.

Shriro Australia general manager – seasonal, Anthony Hill said Omega Altise’s most recent development in the indoor cooling category, the Aura, combines elegance with performance to provide a solution to meet cooling needs over the harsh Australian summer.

“The airflow technology is powered by a quiet, brushless DC motor to deliver a targeted flow of air with minimal power consumption. Aesthetically beautiful and available in four contemporary colours, its sleek design will make a statement in the living area of the modern household.”

Omega Altise spent three years developing the patent pending airflow technology and invested heavily in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation software, Hill said.

“Our sole purpose was to provide consumers with everything sought after in a domestic fan; power, design and quiet operation. Constructed from the finest materials, the Aura sets a new industry performance benchmark in the domestic indoor cooling category. Filled with innovative features and a stunning design, it is in a class of its own.”

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