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Hampton Bay

Model # 34313

Internet # 202075536

Store SO SKU # 360227

Pilot 60 in. and 52 in. Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan

$289.00 /each

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Product Overview

Add a unique contemporary look to your home with the Hampton Bay Pilot 60 in. and 52 in. Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan. This 3-speed fan features 2 sets of silver counter-rotational blades for maximum air movement with quiet, wobble-free operation. The light kit offers etched opal glass in a dome-style, while the hand held remote control provides independent light and speed controls. Uses one 100-Watt mini-candelabra halogen bulb (included).

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
60 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
19.51 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
60 in 
Ceiling Fan Width (in.) 
60 
Downrod Length (in.) 
3.5 
Fan Blade Length (In.) 
26.46 
Fan Blade Width (In.) 
6.85 

Details

Airflow (CFM) 
5300 
Blade Color Family 
Silver 
Bulb Type 
Halogen 
Bulb Type Included 
Halogen 
Color Family 
Nickel 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Damp/Wet Rating 
Dry 
Dual Fan Heads 
No 
Features 
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor 
Fixture Color/Finish 
Brushed Nickel 
Glass Style 
Etched 
Housing Color Family 
Nickel 
Included 
Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Light Type 
Integrated 
Motor Speed (RPM) 
110 
Mounting Options 
Standard 
Number of Blades 
Product Weight (lb.) 
28.66 lb 
Pull Chain 
No 
Remote Control 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Reverse Airflow 
Yes 
Reversible Two-Sided Blades 
No 
Timer 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime Motor Warranty 

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Are the blades supposed to turn opposite directions?

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August 12, 2013
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Absolutely!
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Yes.
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March 12, 2014
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yes, they do turn in opposite directions
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Grosse Ile Township, MI, USA
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January 28, 2014
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Yes there are two motors in the unit an each pair of fan blades turns in the opposite direction
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Colorado Springs, CO, USA
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December 10, 2013
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Yes, they DO turn in opposite directions -- that's the MAJOR thing that makes this fan so unique! I have not seen ANY other ceiling fan that has counter-rotating blades. None. And I've looked at LOTS of them online!
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Port Chester, NY, USA
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November 6, 2013
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Yes
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Monee, IL, USA
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Yes they do
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Las Vegas
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October 13, 2013
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Yes, the blades move in opposite directions.
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Upstate NY
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September 6, 2013
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Yes. In order to break the air current and therefore create more air movement, the blades need to move in opposite directions.
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Santa Clarita, CA, USA
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August 14, 2013
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Yes, the top set of blades spin one way and the bottom set turn the other way.
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Yes, that's the appeal.
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Can this fan be used on a ceiling that has a fairly steep slope?

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August 4, 2013
Hampton Bay Pilot 60 in. and 52 in. Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan
Model # 34313 Internet # 202075536 Store SO SKU # 360227

Is there a way to extend the down rod further? We think the blades could hit the ceiling. The ceiling slopes at a fairly severe 45 degree angle or so. Thanks for your help
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Nevada, USA
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May 20, 2014
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The fan comes with a short rod and a medium rod. We used the medium rod and we put the fan on our patio which has a slope. It does not hit the ceiling. You could buy a longer rod if needed. Great Fan
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May 16, 2014
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Our fan is also on a slant and we had no problem with the installation or blades hitting the ceiling.
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May 6, 2014
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I have my fan hanging from a very high, severely sloping ceiling with no problem. We bought a 24" downrod (extension) at another big name hardware store, cause Home Depot discontinued theirs for some reason.
I highly recommend you have an electrician install this, cause it's heavy and awkward!
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Avon Lake, OH, USA
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We have an angled 12 foot ceiling and purchased a longer down rod. Most rods sold at HD are universal 18", 24" etc. However, we had to tweak the, "universal down rod" a bit where the pin goes through using a round file and it worked out well. Just take in your short down rod to make sure it matches in color. Ours matched fine with the ones HD had.
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Arkansas, USA
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May 2, 2014
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Yes, definitely. I had it mounted with a 5' extended down rod because we too, have a steep ceiling.
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Tampa, FL
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April 23, 2014
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A small down rod is included but you can alway buy a longer one. I think it will look good. My ceiling is low and we installed it flush, it still looks great! Works great too!
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April 22, 2014
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There was an extension pole included with the fan.
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March 12, 2014
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It comes with some rods to lower the height, but I can't be for sure if it will work for you.
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My ceiling was flat so I didn't have this issue, but if I had a seriously sloping roof like yours, I'd FIRST look for either OEM (Hampton Bay) factory parts to see if they offer LONGER (extension) down-rods: That would be the best way (OEM-looking and less hassle) to get the length you need for a sloping ceiling install. Some wire-splicing may be required (to make the wires longer due to the longer Read More
My ceiling was flat so I didn't have this issue, but if I had a seriously sloping roof like yours, I'd FIRST look for either OEM (Hampton Bay) factory parts to see if they offer LONGER (extension) down-rods: That would be the best way (OEM-looking and less hassle) to get the length you need for a sloping ceiling install. Some wire-splicing may be required (to make the wires longer due to the longer down-rod) but that's to be expected. Also check out any aftermarket (generic) ceiling fan down-rod extensions that might work.
If no OEM or aftermarket down-rod extensions are available (or they're not long enough for your needs) then I see no reason at all why you could not simply get as long a pipe as you need to get the clearance from the ceiling (so your blades don't hit) and (again) splice some extra length of wire to the existing fan wiring -- and install the fan as low as it needs to go (within reason) to work properly. And look decent, too.
IF you MUST "make your own" down-rod, Home Depot has PLENTY of assorted pipes in their Electrical and Plumbing sections...I'm sure you could find something suitable (perhaps electrical conduit pipe), cut it to the length you need, and paint it whatever color you want -- and probably use the mounting "ball" (and any other parts/pieces) that's on the OEM down-rods that came with the fan. Making something up yourself is more of a DIYer thing, but if you ARE handy with tools and figuring it out, you should be able to come up with a nice solution to your problem. If you're NOT handy with tools, then you could hire a pro or handyman to do it for you.
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We purchased rod extensions at Home Depot, and selected a height of 10 feet from floor as we have 2 level family room.
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Yes, it can be installed on a sloped ceiling. Just ensure correct down rod length. There is a chart that has to what ceiling heights would correspond with what down rod lengths. I had a 12'6 height at the peak BUT, the bottom of the center support beam brought it down to 11'6" so with that, I chose an 18" down rod. I also had one side of the ceiling sloped more that the other. In your case, check the Read More
Yes, it can be installed on a sloped ceiling. Just ensure correct down rod length. There is a chart that has to what ceiling heights would correspond with what down rod lengths. I had a 12'6 height at the peak BUT, the bottom of the center support beam brought it down to 11'6" so with that, I chose an 18" down rod. I also had one side of the ceiling sloped more that the other. In your case, check the height at which you want to mount it, measure down 18", 24", 36", 48" then out 60"(widest fan length) to check to see how close the end of the blade is to the sloped ceiling/wall. Keeping it 12" away from the nearest sloped ceiling/wall is ideal but I have seen it a little closer. Keep in mind, at times, the longer the down rod the more sway a fan might have at the highest speed. But this fan does very well at 18" and 36". I had one in each of my last two residences. Hope this helps. Read Less
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can it work on 8ft ceiling ?

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Yes (unless you have "really tall" people in your life), using the low profile mount, the lowest part of the blades hang 15.5" from the ceiling and the bottom of the light globe is 17.5" from the ceiling. This gives you roughly 6.5 feet of clearance. I have installed on two separate 8' ceilings and have had no issues.....except for the kids' balloons.
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I think it would look great, its an awesome fan
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It comes with two down rods. The shortest is 6" so given that it would be a total of approx. 19" from ceiling to the bottom of the light. I think given this and also the massive size of the fan in diameter it would over take the room you intend to put it in as well as be too low.
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I don't think so, but I wouldn't swear to it. The fan itself with just the housing on top is 15" or so...without any down rod.
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Yes! I put it up in my bedroom which has an 8 foot ceiling.
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Hey James,
The Pilot fan comes with a smaller 3.5 inch downrod, which will work for an 8 foot ceiling.
Just make sure it is installed securely, and if the overall height is still an issue for you, be sure to place in an area where there won't be high foot traffic.
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What is the watts on the halogen lamp? Will it light up the room, or is it dim? Does the remote have an adjustable dimmer?

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I don't know the watts, but it's not a very bright light at all. No, it wouldn't light up the room. I don't know about the remote...it is in a box somewhere. We had ours wired to a dimmer wall switch.
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I'm not sure of the wattage, but there's two bulbs and it's pretty bright. Yes, there's a dimmer.
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The remote does have an adjustable dimmer. You have to hold the button down and it slowly dims brighter or darker.
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August 20, 2014
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We have reached out the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Fan comes with 100W Mini Can Halogen and the remote dims the light"
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 128 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pilot ceiling fan. A little shake due to blades rotating in opposite direction.shakes for a second then stops for a second.Little hum to it,I installed it in the front entrance 20 ft.ceiling so hum is not noticeable just on high speed.Moves a lot of air on high.this helps to keep house cool. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Fan Ever I purchased this fan because it was unique. I did not realize what I was getting until we started using it. Wow! What a great fan. Superior air movement, very quiet and visually appealing. Did I say appealing? I meant hypnotic. So easy to watch the opposing blades and just doze off. The hand held remote comes with a cradle to attach to the wall with Velcro, next to any light switches (or wherever you wish). The light is dimmable and the controls are simple. I had this fan for almost 10 years with no issues. Never had to change the bulb. If you want a fan that works very well AND a conversation piece, you will not be dissapointed with this item. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hampton bay fan Great fan for medium sized rooms w modern look. Whisper quiet and easy installation June 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful, great while it worked right Great appearance, fell in love with it when I first saw it, but quality questionable when after 3 years the upper two blades stopped turning. I payed around $500 when purchased back in 2006 or so, and it half-dying after 3 years when my $150 ones are still going after 10 years is disappointing. I still use the fan with only the two bottom blades spinning, as it still looks great, and puts out enough air for my office, but still annoys me every time I look at it. I tried to take it apart to see how fixable it was - it wasn't, so now disposable when I do get around to replacing it. May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Fan This fan is very modern and has great power. It was also easy to install. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great ceiling fan We installed it in our master bedroom, looks and works perfect. Is original and very quiet. Love this product and will recommend to others. March 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking fan We purchased this fan for our newly construction home. It is not finished yet but looks really good in our bedroom. We look forward to experiencing its functions and abilities. March 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan Easy to assemble and looks great. The light is not the best. February 16, 2016
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