Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hawaiinutz Gorgeous
I luv this beautiful Tuscan fan - it looks great !
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Frank Great fan
Great Fan, easy to install. Looks great. Again, Great Fan!!!
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lisa Beautiful fan!
This fan is even better looking in person! Matches our bedroom suite perfectly!!
May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by west12 Ceiling Fan
This fun is beautiful the installer had a few issue with getting fan to work with the remote I chose had to take a few more hours.
March 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by finallyfoundafan Love the ceiling fan
Looks very pretty. The color looks great in the room. I love it.
February 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by kerndtsr Could have been better
Installed myself, replacing existing fan. Hamoton Bay does not make matching down rod for this item. Had to buy competitors product. Not impressed with either side of fan blade. Looks and felt cheap, had to stain one side to cover nicks before installation. It is quiet and did not require the enclosed balance kit. Good looking fan in our bedroom, needs a little more QC from the manufacturer.
October 6, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jbreitmun Overall a very attractive fan that moves a lot of air!
There are two methods in the installation of this fan and instructions and parts to do either one you choose. Those methods are "standard" and "close-to-ceiling" mount. I chose the latter because of the location of install and ceiling height. I had to do a bunch of remodeling in order to fit and operate the fan just the way I wanted (i.e. reinforce the ceiling box and add an additional switch to control the fan portion and lights separate). The fan and lights can be controlled with one switch as it has pull chains for each but I wanted more control. After this task was complete the overall installation of the fan was relatively simple. I needed help holding the motor housing up close to the ceiling as I wired it but otherwise all else was manageable on my own. This fan seems well built with solid construction and expect many years from it. It also comes with blade balancers which is helpful to take away any vibrations. The light it produces is a nice soft light being very pleasant for the master bedroom in which I installed it. There was one little nick on the blade finish side (there are two finishes, reversible) I chose to use but not too noticeable to return. Otherwise everything appeared to be packaged really well and all parts that I needed to complete were included. Makes a very elegant statement in our master bedroom and compliments the cherry furnishings we currently have.
October 4, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HeWhoDoesHisOwnLaundry Finally, a breeze in the room where we spend the most time.
The breeze from a ceiling fan makes all the difference on a warm day, and in southern California we experience a few 85-degree-plus days every month.
With this 52" fan in our kitchen/family room, comfort is a gentle tug away. The fan produces no sound of its own, nor is there any telltale vibration or buzz when you hold the chain, so you really have to count the number of pulls to be certain it's on the speed you want or switched off. On high, the breeze is strong if a bit choppy while medium speed delivers a more stable airflow.
While I couldn't totally eliminate a slight wobble at high speed, the balancing kit brought the wobble down to an acceptable quarter-inch, just noticeable if you're staring at the fan. Medium and low speed produce no wobble.
Despite the lamp bowl's beige tint, the light it casts is pleasing, even with the three included 14-watt twisty CFL bulbs.
My handyman brother-in-law and his stepson said the installation was easier than most ceiling fans they had put up, even with some of the challenging wiring in our walls.
The styling is best admired from a distance, as close inspection betrays the nature of the plastic parts, but then, what ISN'T made of plastic these days? Overall, it's a welcome addition and another step toward transforming our house into La Casa de Las Brisas.
October 14, 2012