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The Nodoka Series ceiling fan allows you to control its settings with the KDK app.

Smartphones help make our daily activities easier to manage and keeps us well connected. With an array of applications to choose from, we can also curate our lives right at our fingertips.

Want food delivered to your doorstep? There’s an app for that. Want a personal chauffeur? There’s an app for that. Want to control your ceiling fans in your home? Yes, you guessed it right, there’s an app for that, too.

Gone are the days of dial switches mounted on the wall or even a remote control. KDK Malaysia’s new Nodoka Series ceiling fans can be controlled via an app which is available for download on the App Store and Google Play.

Keep your home chic with the pearl white finish of the K15YC.Keep your home chic with the pearl white finish of the K15YC.

These stylish ceiling fans come in pearl white and matte grey. One can opt for either three or five blades and a built-in LED lighting as well.

One Wi-Fi-connected ceiling fan can be linked to a maximum of four accounts, while a single account can control up to eight fans.

This centralised grouping function is a real timesaver when you need to switch on or off multiple ceiling fans simultaneously and the limitless control range allows you to do just that even when you are away from home.

The K12YC’s matte grey finish comes in the classic three-blade model.The K12YC’s matte grey finish comes in the classic three-blade model.

This hassle-free function also allows you to preset the day and time - handy when you are on vacation and do not want anybody to know.

Having control over your ceiling fans through an app is not the only new introduction to the Nodoka Series. It has a 10 speed selection which allows you to easily choose a speed that provides optimum comfort. The fans are also able to mimic a natural breeze which add a cooling ambiance to your home.

The K15UC comes with a built-in LED lighting.The K15UC comes with a built-in LED lighting.

With the 1/f Yuragi function, these chic fixtures fluctuate in a pattern that generates a gentle breeze which helps to regulate body temperature and saves energy when paired with air-conditioning.

When these fans are set to rotate in reverse, it draws the cool air upward and circulates it around the room which maximises the effectiveness of the cold air.

You can opt for either warm or cool lighting with the K12UC classic three-blade model.You can opt for either warm or cool lighting with the K12UC classic three-blade model.

For models with built-in LED lighting - namely the 60-inch K15UC or 48-inch K12UC - you can adjust the brightness and colour temperature depending on your mood.

Play around with the warmth and coolness of light. The warmer light has a yellowish hue while the cooler light has a bluish hue.

Opt to indulge in the four-light settings preset for common daily activities or overwrite them and set your own with easy one-touch access.

Create an optimum sleeping environment by switching on the energy-saving sleep mode. This mode enables the fan speed to reduce by two speeds every few hours until it is turned off.

If you are not a fan of the sound of an alarm clock waking you up in the mornings, set the timer on the built-in lighting for a more gentle experience.

For more information, visit https://www.kdk.com.my/.

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