Originally Posted by Suijin
And don't forget easy to clean, and no metal to rust.
And don't forget fun: I like to stick my finger in them just to watch people jump. ;-)
Easily replaceable blade too.
Also, have not tried this yet, but judging from the finish bungs on new 757, it is held together with screws so could be opened up to service
switch, bearings, motor
.... For example, I have an old 747 (10 years), its still running but the switch does not work on high. Probably an easy fix, but I can't find a non-destructive way to open the housing on the 747.