Fan intensity is set on this device by simply running your finger along its neck.

German designer Gerhardt Kellermann‘s minimalist fan eliminates buttons and knobs in favor of focusing on the simple design. The speed is instead controlled by touch, and you can increase or decrease it by running your fingers along the fan neck. There is also a cable wrap in the bottom of the base to maintain its neat and tidy aesthetic when not in use.

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Gerhardt Kellermann

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