Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 36
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lee second fan with problems
This was the second fan that we purchased and paid to install. The first had a grinding sound that developed in the motor.
We returned it and went on line and bought a different model and manufacturer. We paid to have it installed again and after a week it is making a loud noise of indeterminate source.. Will once again have to remove it and hope Home Depot will pick up the cost of replacement and install.
August 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by msmazzo looks good...
What a NIGHTMARE! Install was horrible, finally beat it. I had to get a longer downrod to get it in. It was just not going up, and their customer service line is horrid. At least it looks pretty good and so far it is nice. Recommend for looks, not for headaches. They need to make their included downrods longer!
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KJ Great contemporary fan
I was looking for a fan that wasn't too traditional or too modern, and was interesting and different, and this fan fit the criteria. Like all fans, it wasn't super easy to install, but we figured it out. I really like the look of this fan. It has a lux quality to it considering the price. The light is nice and warm, and it makes no noise at all. Very happy.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas52 Great looking ceiling fan.
I purchased this particular fan for it's unusual and unique look. I installed it in my office and I'm quite pleased with the style and function. One thing to be aware of is the light, due to it's design aims most of the light straight down. Other than that the fan works perfectly and is very quiet.
June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RAOD Love it!
Only gave 4 stars because it does not put out bright light. Includes remote that dims light and controls fan speed
May 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wisconsin Very nice fan with a couple of quirks.
(Silver version.) The quality is good and it looks nice with our stainless steel kitchen appliances. The operation is quiet and smooth and installation was relatively easy. I'm only mentioning the following gripes because I would have liked to know them in advance:
- The fan (and light) can't be turned on initially without the remote control, and the necessary A23 battery is not included.
- The light has a dimmer and soft start which look really nice, but make it incompatible with CFLs.
- The glass shade is attached with three screws and has to be removed to change a bulb, requiring removing one screw and loosening the other two. The screws are on top of the shade and not easy to see unless you're above them on a ladder. Maybe lots of fans are like this, it's going to make changing bulbs a pain.
November 27, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by yy4u Beautiful fan!
I ordered 3 of these online, sight unseen, as they didn't have one on display in the store. I'm glad I did, they're stunningly gorgeous! They look modern and retro at the same time. Plenty of light, which was a concern.
The only negative would be they don't come with a battery for the remote. But 5 stars all the way!
May 28, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jagpilot Interesting retro modern
The fan motor is a bit loud on high. A distinct hum. Well balanced without adjustment. Sturdy. Moves plenty of air. The "Brushed Nickel" finish has some discoloration in a few small spots. Reminds me of tarnishing or rust. Cant be seen from the ground, but concerned about them getting larger over time.
The light kit with three 40 watt candelabra bulbs was too dim. I replaced with 60's. The maximum listed wattage for the lights is 190. Beyond that it turns itself off for safety. At some point I will replace with dimmable LED's. The one thing I HATE about it is HOW the bulbs are changed. It is perhaps the most cumbersome, most ridiculous design i have ever experienced, and i renovate homes for a living.
Four tiny screws go into the light cover housing FROM THE TOP. You must loosen three, and remove one entirely, then twist the housing slightly to release it from the remaining three screws, the drop it straight down. God forbid you need to do this up high if the fan is mounted on a cathedral ceiling. Even at "normal" heights your eyes really need to be ABOVE the light kit looking down to see what you are doing. Step stool won't cut it.
That's one of the reasons I'm going to replace with LED's in addition to the energy savings. They last 15-20 years so you don't have to mess with it again.
On the whole its nice looking and interesting. I like it. Have gotten favorable comments on it thus far.
March 4, 2014