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Big Ass Fans Haiku SenseMe Smart Fan

With warmer weather just around the corner, it's time to re-evaluate your ceiling fan situation. Haiku with SenseME from Big Ass Fans is the world's first smart fan, with on-board sensors and microprocessors that monitor room conditions and occupancy so the fan can adjust automatically as conditions change. Haiku can reduce utility bills on its own, but it also works with the Nest Learning Thermostat to make saving even easier--and just like Nest, the fan learns your preferences and adjusts on the fly. It can even connect with UP by Jawbone fitness trackers to make your bedroom more comfortable for a better night's sleep. The sleek, minimalist fan is controlled by something we all have--a smartphone--so you can say goodbye to clunky pull chains and wobbly, ugly ceiling fans and hello to the future.

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