This warplane ceiling fan reminds me that I hate ceiling fans. For two reasons. First, once they're on it takes me 10 minutes to figure out how many times I have to pull the GD cord to turn them off. Click. It's slowing, right? Yeah, slowing...slowing...still slowing...is it gonna stop? Is it...click.... ... Oh sonofasandwich it's speeding back up. The second reason I hate ceiling fans is that the one in my bedroom is positioned perfectly to whack me in the hand every time I take my shirt off no matter where I'm standing. And if I try to whack it back it only hurts more.
For those who don't have regular altercations with ceiling fans and other inanimate objects, the Glamours Glen dog fighter translates nicely into an overhead air circulator for kids or adults who dig olden days airplanes. This one has 4 blades with a 48" span, 3 speeds, and a paint job reminiscent of the Chuck Yeager P-51's signature scheme. The plane fan's nose will hold a 60-watt bulb.