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The Haiku Celing Fan with SenseMe, from Big Ass Fans

The Haiku with SenseMe from Lexington, Ky.-based manufacturer Big Ass Fans is the first connected ceiling fan. It's about as luxurious as it gets, but it comes at a steep price. Click onward for more.

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Airfoils, not blades

The Haiku features carefully crafted airfoils in place of the standard flat blades.

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Luxury materials

Each Haiku is crafted from materials like glass-infused matrix composite or sustainable Moso bamboo.

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Wobble-free, guaranteed

Each Haiku is also hand-balanced at the Big Ass Fans factory using a 13-step process. This guarantees smooth, silent, wobble-free performance.

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Remote

You can control your Haiku with a physical remote, too.

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Connected smarts

The Haiku is already high-end, but for an extra $150, you'll now be able to add in the connected smarts of SenseMe, which utilizes motion detectors, temperature and humidity sensors, and built-in Wi-Fi.

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Adaptive performance

The Haiku with SenseMe can learn from your cooling habits. Once it figures out the temperature you like, it will automatically turn on or speed up whenever it gets too hot.

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Optional smart LED

For an extra $95, you can add in an integrated smart LED halo.

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Smartphone app

You'll be able to control, program, and monitor your connected Haiku using a free smartphone app.

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Devices left out

Initially, the app will only be available for iOS, with no dedicated iPad app. Android users will have to wait 6 to 12 months.

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Indicator lights

Blue indicator lights in the center of the Haiku will let you know how fast it's spinning. You can turn these off if they bother you.

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The Big Ass price point

The Haiku with SenseMe is due out at the end of July, and will retail for $1,045 (or $1,140 if you add in the smart LED). Still a fan?

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