Gorilla, India’s most energy efficient ceiling fan

What if we told you that you can cut your electricity bills by 65%?Gorilla fan consumes less energy than even your normal tubelight. Unbelievable? Impossible? Well, we made it possible.




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Gorilla energy efficient ceiling fan is India’s most energy efficient ceiling fan which brings down electricity bill due to fans by 65%.
  • Energy Efficient

    Using high quality energy efficient BLDC motors.

  • Power Consumption

    Gorilla Fan consumes only 1/3 electricity compared to ordinary fans in the market.


Quick speed control

Timer mode

Sleep Mode

  • Automatically stops after the programmed hour
  • Use this feature when you don’t need fan after 3, 6 or 9 hours
  • Saves energy, increases comfort level


  • Fan’s speed keep on reducing gradually
  • During the night increase your comfort level by switching to this mode
  • Saves energy smartly


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  • Super energy efficient BLDC technology.
  • No Heating, Motor runs cool.
  • Smart algorithms implemented to precisely tune the motor in real time.

More about Gorilla Energy Efficient Fan

  • Highest service value (air delivery/ watt)
  • No Humming noise
  • Extremely efficient and smart BLDC motors
  • Consistent performance even at low voltages
  • Runs 3 times on inverter as compared to ordinary fans
  • ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001: 2004 Certified

Trusted by Thousands

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    I switched to inverter AC, LED bulbs in order to conserve energy, but I never knew how to deal with the fan, being an engineer myself, I found an inverter fan amazing, and decided to give it a shot. As a result, the total unit consumption due to the fans in kitchen has come down by 70%!

    Subhash Chandra
    Marketing Maneger
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    Smart way to get GenNext, the math is simple, I save 50W/hour, and since I use fan for 20 hours a day, my monthly electricity consumption through fans is about 30 units, considering that I foot 10 rupees per unit, it saves me 300 bucks a month! The fan pays for itself in a year.

    Bilal Abidi
    Graphic Artist
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    Companies keep on increasing electricity tariffs, and operating a typical 80w fan can cost as high as 300 rupees a month, we have about 5 fans in our hours, so operating fans used to a big factor for inflated electricity bills, but Atomberg took care of it all! Awesome stuff!!

    Manas Shinde
    SEO Expert