Wino

Design by: Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Collection: Mino

$29.90

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Mini portable wireless fan

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Mini portable wireless fany
3 Airflow speeds
Ultra-quiet blades
Autonomy: up to 5h
Charging time: 2h
Rechargeable via USB-C (cable included) or wirelessly

Material: aluminum base & ABS head
Suggested branding: laser
5.19 x 1.88 x 3.11” l 13,2 x 4,8 x 7,9 cm

image POWERFUL AND COMPACT

POWERFUL AND COMPACT

A mini portable fan that helps keep you cool both inside or out on the go. Designed with 3 speed settings, your steady flow of cool air is finally here.

image FUNCTION MEETS STUNNING DESIGN

FUNCTION MEETS STUNNING DESIGN

Our Wino has been designed to perform at a top level but stand out from the crowd. This is why our handheld fan is uniquely crafted from aluminum, for a distinguished finish you won’t find anywhere else.

image WIRELESS CHARGING

WIRELESS CHARGING

Enjoy a simple and reliable wireless charge by setting your Wino on any Qi compatible charging pad. Or, if you’re ever in a jam Wino is also rechargeable via USB-C port.

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LONG-LASTING

Your Wino can run up to 4.5 hours on a single charge. If it’s an extra sweltering day then you can still enjoy up to 1.5 hours while running your Wino on the fastest setting.

Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Quaglio Simonelli was born out of a meeting between two designers, Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli, their common work is really fed by stories, a creative look at the surrounding world, mutations they would wish to induce: therefore they create familiar looking objects contaminated by the unexpected and the poetical. Miami is the name of the collection: elegantly flying on nostalgic wings, an Art Deco stylistic wink meeting actual technical requirements. It preserves gracious powers through a transversal proposal. This series bears the precise signatures of an approach basing their practice - never to see things the way they are.