A commonly known Super Fact is that Superfan Ceiling Fan saves 56% of the power consumed by a regular ceiling fan. Benefits extend to Superfan’s return on investment. It is the right investment to make that earns your profit in about a few months. This article will tell you how this is possible.

What is the ROI?

Return on investment is an economist term that keeps us informed about our investment’s performance. It is calculated as,

Now that we know what is ROI, let’s see how Superfan Ceiling Fan is a beneficial investment.

Superfan is an investment

For the investigation, we considered a Superfan and a regular fan. If today you are replacing your regular fan with Superfan Ceiling Fan, you will spend about β‚Ή3500/-

This shows thatΒ SuperfanΒ earns its investment back in 2 years with an ROI of 64%. To be a step ahead, we extended our calculations by including uncertainties like the failures.

We assume and add constraints like the failure of components. With a regular fan, the most commonly failing component is the capacitor costing about β‚Ή200/- and a regulator failure costs about β‚Ή300/-. During voltage fluctuations, there are chances for coil failures and it’s rewinding costs about β‚Ή600/-.

With Superfan Ceiling fans, the only chance for failure is the electronic circuit board that costs β‚Ή1100/-. In the history ofΒ Superfan, we have never received a coil failure, and so there is no rewinding cost for Superfan. The electronics in the fan protect the motor’s coil from a burnout.

Including these in the calculation,

Now, don’t you think Superfan is the right investment to make?! An initial investment of β‚Ή1500* pays back in a year. Saving electricity is savings that benefit beyond an individual, environmental benefits and national infrastructure savings are incalculable. Choose the right ceiling fan withΒ SuperfanΒ today!

* The extra amount invested in Superfan is