52-inch Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan


52-inch Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan
Price: $109.99
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Review from Lowes (Canada)
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Does this have speeds and how do you change them? I don’t see any pull chains.

Are these candlabra bulbs or regular bulbs? I need a fan/light that will light up the room.

I’m hoping to buy CFL bulbs that I can just crank the wattage to compensate for the weak 40 wattx3 output.

From the Lowe’s link above:

Light Bulb: (3)40w B10 Cand F Incand
Voltage: 120 volt

Costco has the Hunter 54" Grandville in their coupon book this month. $79.00

It appears to be a better fan, longer blades, more airflow.

I have a Hunter ceiling fan w/ lights. Not this model. But I have had it for a long time and it still works great. The electrician that installed it recommended the brand. I had it wired to a wall outlet to control the functions.

It is very sturdy. I hung bags of IV fluids to give to my senior cat w/ kidney disease.
(Although w/ cats you give it subcutaneously )

Good price but not the best. I think to say it a Woot price it would need to be the best out there.
Costco has the very same item for 10 less + free shipping online and 30.00 less at the store… just saying…!mFor those without a costco card membership this may be a good deal…

Costco fan is better with remote also included. Though anyone deciding should note that this one is indoor/outdoor and Costco fan is indoor only.

I have a similar fan with the same problem.

If you are putting this in a large room, 120W of incandescent light won’t be enough. You can’t put a more powerful bulb in there because there’s a circuit that shuts it down if the wattage is exceeded.

What you can do is to find a CFL with a candelabra base - if you can get it to fit. If you need to connect to a dimmer also, this may not be an option.

What we did was to buy incandescent HALOGEN bulbs. Halogens are about 25% brighter than regular incandescent bulbs at the same wattage, and they are dimmable. They weren’t in stock at the big orange box so we had to order them online. They make just about enough light for a large room, although we also usually supplement with table lamps.

Verified at local Costco and as previously stated, this is indoor/outdoor, this one has the wicker finish over the motor and the Costco fan is $119-20 in the coupon book for $99, not $79.

Nipple light!

Hey there! Checked in with the buyer- there are three speeds and indeed you can change them from a pull chain. Sorry that’s not more obvious.

You were answered pretty well above, but just to confirm, the lightbulbs are:
3 40W Candelabra bulbs (included)

It has candelabra bulbs.

I just bought the fan at Costco this afternoon for $79. I agree the online ad says $99 after $20 savings, but there was an an Additional $20 instant manufacturers rebate in store. Price at register = $79.

A recommendation for anyone who gets this or another fan without a built-in remote: I got a Lutron MIR-LFQMT-IV with my last fan, and it works significantly better than the one that came with my other Hunter. Far more fan speed/light brightness options, doesn’t come on at full juice after a power outage, and has a better range.

You’ll be wiring the fan anyway, so it’s not that much more work to put in a high-quality remote.