Orient Electric Cloud 3 Fan review: Quite a mist-ical experience, literally

The Orient Electric Cloud 3 is a novel pedestal fan good for spaces where coolers and air conditioners cannot be installed. It is, however, not an alternative to any of these

Orient Electric Cloud 3 pedestal fan

Orient Electric Cloud 3 pedestal fan

Khalid Anzar New Delhi
Home-grown consumer electronics brand Orient Electric has a rich portfolio of fans, besides other consumer electronic products and appliances. From PSPO (Peak Speed Performance Output) technology to BLDC (Brushless Direct Current) motor and smart connectivity features, the brand has been up to speed in terms of technology advancement in fans to deliver evolved experience. Its next innovation in fan space is the Cloud 3 technology, which the company debuted recently in a pedestal fan called Orient Electric Cloud 3 (Rs 15,999).
The Orient Electric Cloud 3 has the premise of a pedestal fan, but with a touch of innovation. It is said to bring down room temperature by up to 20 per cent and that makes it a suitable proposition for

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First Published: Mar 23 2023 | 2:24 PM IST

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