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Home Netwerks Decorative White 100 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Remote
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Home Netwerks

Decorative White 100 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Remote

  • Ultra-quiet fan operation makes it easy to hear your music
  • Bluetooth enabled for clear stereo sound
  • Pairs with your favorite wireless devices
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Product Overview

  • Ultra-quiet fan operation makes it easy to hear your music
  • Bluetooth enabled for clear stereo sound
  • Pairs with your favorite wireless devices
The Homewerks Worldwide ventilation fan features an integrated Bluetooth-enabled stereo speaker and an LED light. Perfect for the tech-savvy homeowner with a desire to stream audio from their smartphone or tablets into their bathroom. Since the Bluetooth stereo speakers are integrated directly into the bath fan wiring, there is no need to re-charge the speaker. It also includes an LED white light with a blue night light. Remote included to change volume and skip song.
  • Very quiet bath fan (1.5 sones) with powerful air movement up to 100 CFM
  • Delivers crisp clear stereo sound up to 30 ft. away through the bath fan
  • Pairs wirelessly with smartphones, tablets and laptops
  • Enjoy your playlist, podcast or radio through the ceiling speaker in the bath fan
  • Remote included to change volume and skip song

Product Overview

  • Ultra-quiet fan operation makes it easy to hear your music
  • Bluetooth enabled for clear stereo sound
  • Pairs with your favorite wireless devices
Model #: 7130-06-BT
Sku #: 1002350062
Internet #: 301051660

The Homewerks Worldwide ventilation fan features an integrated Bluetooth-enabled stereo speaker and an LED light. Perfect for the tech-savvy homeowner with a desire to stream audio from their smartphone or tablets into their bathroom. Since the Bluetooth stereo speakers are integrated directly into the bath fan wiring, there is no need to re-charge the speaker. It also includes an LED white light with a blue night light. Remote included to change volume and skip song.

  • Very quiet bath fan (1.5 sones) with powerful air movement up to 100 CFM
  • Delivers crisp clear stereo sound up to 30 ft. away through the bath fan
  • Pairs wirelessly with smartphones, tablets and laptops
  • Enjoy your playlist, podcast or radio through the ceiling speaker in the bath fan
  • Remote included to change volume and skip song

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Name Decorative White 90 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bath Fan with LED Light Decorative White 100 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Remote InVent Decorative Satin Nickel 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and White Globe, ENERGY STAR QT Series Quiet 130 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Night Light, ENERGY STAR
Brand Home Netwerks Home Netwerks NuTone NuTone
Ratings (247) (49) (41) (90)
Housing Length (in.) 9.25 9.25 9.25 10.5
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.) 90 90 95 115
Housing Width (in.) 9.25 9.25 10 11.325
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 1.2 1.2 1.5 1.5
Features Decorative,Light,Nightlight Bluetooth Enabled,Decorative,Light,Nightlight,Plays Music,Remote Control Decorative,Light,Roomside Installation Light,Nightlight
Air Volume (CFM) 90 100 100 130
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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
9.25
Housing Width (in.)
9.25
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
90
Product Height (in.)
17 in
Product Length (in.)
15 in
Product Width (in.)
11 in

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
100
Amperage (amps)
0.24 A
Color Family
White
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
1.2
Features
Bluetooth Enabled,Decorative,Light,Nightlight,Plays Music,Remote Control
Grill Shape
Round
Housing Material
Metal
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Included
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Ceiling
Light Bulb Base Code
Other
Light Bulb Type Allowed
LED
Light Bulb Type Included
LED
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
0
Mount Type
Flush Mount
Number of Bulbs Required
0
Power Options
Hardwired
Product Weight (lb.)
13.75 lb
Remote Access
No Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
90-Day
Room Size
Medium Room Fan
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Bluetooth
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
28.8 W
Works With
No additional compatibility

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Fan-3 year warranty, Bluetooth Speaker Limited 1 year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
9.25
Housing Width (in.)
9.25
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
90
Product Height (in.)
17 in
Product Length (in.)
15 in
Product Width (in.)
11 in

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
100
Amperage (amps)
0.24 A
Color Family
White
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
1.2
Features
Bluetooth Enabled,Decorative,Light,Nightlight,Plays Music,Remote Control
Grill Shape
Round
Housing Material
Metal
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Included
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Ceiling
Light Bulb Base Code
Other
Light Bulb Type Allowed
LED
Light Bulb Type Included
LED
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
0
Mount Type
Flush Mount
Number of Bulbs Required
0
Power Options
Hardwired
Product Weight (lb.)
13.75 lb
Remote Access
No Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
90-Day
Room Size
Medium Room Fan
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Bluetooth
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
28.8 W
Works With
No additional compatibility

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Fan-3 year warranty, Bluetooth Speaker Limited 1 year warranty

Questions & Answers

Which battery do I need for the remote didn't come with one in it

Asked by: Kc
it is in there ,look at the mount and suction cup,it is there ,i went nuts looking ,you can hardly see it
Answered by: fustrated
Date published: 2017-07-17

Is the remote waterproof for use in the shower ?

Is the remote waterproof for use in the shower ?
Asked by: NotTodaySatan
Yes the remote is sealed. Just be careful when you put the battery in the remote that the seal is in place properly.
Answered by: JackinNH
Date published: 2017-07-30

Does this play a tone when you turn it on?

Does this play a tone when you turn it on?
Asked by: chris
Yes, and another tone when it is synced with your Bluetooth device
Answered by: silicawood
Date published: 2017-07-25

Do I need a special light switch to make all of the features work properly? Or the same rocker switch already instagram?

Asked by: carmen
Hi, this unit comes with its own wireless wall multi switch, that controls all of its functions. It wires in the same as a normal switch with a single hot wire going from the switch to the unit and all of the functions are wireless from the switch to a receiver in the ceiling unit.
Answered by: Greg
Date published: 2017-08-17
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Customer Reviews

Decorative White 100 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Remote is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 49.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really clears the air and plays good music. Well, we didn't need this, but are we glad we got it. I love to listen to music in the morning when I am showering, shaving and brushing my teeth, but I can never hear my iPhone over the shower and shaver. So I saw this and it seemed like a good idea. I figured I would have my handy guy come over and he put it in. That was not easy, at least for him. the old one was bigger. so that just meant he would have to use duct tape to seal the edges, and the cover showed the tape, so I will have to tape and touch up paint. That's OK, that's all the exersize I get anyway. I can program song sets and listen to them while, you know. It programs from my phone. The fan is not very loud at all, if my old fan was this quiet, I wouldn't have gotten this because I would have been able to hear my phone speaker. The remote control is a plus,
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a winner! Great fan, speaker and light! This is a FANTASTIC product! I have had several small Bluetooth speakers but it was never a good match to have them in the bathroom, and it was annoying to not be able to change the volume or skip the song. Enter this guy... The remote is great, volume up and down, pause, skip song. Perfect. The sound is better than I expected, no, you're got getting a full range BOSE in ceiling speaker, but for not much more (and sometimes the same price) as a similar sized bathroom fan, you are getting sound, a light, and a night light (more on that in a second) The fan is pretty quiet, you can’t hear it running over the sound of the faucet running, but if move air well. It's rated 100 CFM. Installation was straightforward, though I need modifications that I detailed in my pictures. You need to install this in a new space, or have attic access. I had attic access and was replacing a fan with a larger footprint. Here's what I did 1 - I made a frame out of 1x4's to fit around this fan's foot print and mounted that to the rafters with pocket holes. 2 - I used spray foam insulation to fill in any remaining gaps to keep it airtight. 3 - I glued sheetrock scraps to the 1X4's around the fan frame 4 - applied mud and textured to match existing ceiling 5 - (haven't done yet, but so you are aware) Paint the ceiling because the mud is a slightly different color. Now that it was up everything is awesome. Pairing is easy, the unit has a master on off switch and you can have the fan, Bluetooth, and one of the 2 lights on. The lighting is a "daylight color" probably 4000k or so, which is a nice complement to the 2700K CFL/LED's in the vanity light. AND my old fan didn't have a light at all so this is a bonus either way, with no additional wiring needed!! The nightlight setting is sweet! It's blue and it make some colors really pop. It is not overwhelmingly bright but enough to see what you’re doing. The pictures don't do it justice as the iPhone camera wants to adjust the lighting. But I will say it is very relaxing to take a "blue shower." If it's dark out and you just turn on the blue light, it's plenty bright enough to see and give the bathroom almost a spa like feel. But if you have orange shampoo it will look funny :) My only drawbacks: 1 – The Bluetooth connection defaults to the last device used, so if I try to connect and my wife is downstairs, even though I am right there, it will look for and connect to her phone first (BTW the range is really good!). I have to have her turn off her Bluetooth before I can get mine to connect. Not a huge deal, but if you have having connection problems, check your kids iPod in the next room… 2 – When you turn the master power on the default is white light on/fan off. I’d love it if it defaulted to the last turned off setting. For example, I don’t want to leave the night light on all night, but when I get up now If I turn on the master switch I am greeted by bright white and then have to press night light. But if it “remembered” the last setting I could turn on the night light before bed, turn the master off, and if I get up just flip the master and not be blinded. 3 – for install, the directions say to make the bottom of the housing flush with the bottom of the sheetrock, I would recommend about 1/8 higher than the bottom of the sheetrock so the fan snugs right up to the ceiling. Mine has just the slightest gap and unlike a basic fan cover, this has the speakers mounted to it which limit how tight the clips can pull the mesh cover. Overall this is a great modern upgrade to any bathroom.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Record LONG Review? Initially I thought this was a new product within the past few months but reading reviews I see that it has been around for at least a year or more. This is VERY long review but addresses many if not all of the issues others mentioned in reviews as well as my own. It doesn’t address some comments about rusting since it is practically brand new. It is structured going through installation to operation. Installation 1. The installation instructions seem complete enough but there are a couple of issues I will address. You might get an early impression it can be installed in non-attic application at first the way the instructions read but that is NOT the case. It would be very difficult but not impossible to wire the unit and connect the duct before installing the main unit. There is no provision for mounting the fan from the room side either. So box and web page should clearly say it’s an attic fan. 2. The instructions call for a 9.4 x 9.4 inch square opening. That’s slightly larger than 9-3/8” inches. How about a cardboard template or mention you should size the opening 9-3/8 and cut the opening on the outside edge of the pencil line? Not a big deal but a simple addition to facilitate the installation. This is the only time you need a tape measure from my experience. 3. The instructions call for the mounting with 2 of the three metal arms supplied. The assumption somewhere must have been that all installations will float between joists or that it will be against the joist closest to the air outlet. Problem is that almost ALL old fans are mounted against a joist and probably half are mounted with the outlet in one direction and half pointed the other direction. So now the bracket on the air outlet side doesn’t work unless you put a 180 degree loop in your duct—something not really desirable. That means you must drill your own holes on that side that butts up to a joist. The unit will hang badly and rattle if you don’t secure it on both sides. (Home Netwerks, please punch a couple holes for this purpose in the future. At least cut down the size of the brace on the outlet side so it fits flush with the end of the enclosure when. 4. When replacing an old fan and drywall exists, you are instructed to have a helper support the fan body from below if possible. Okay. I did and she used a long pole with a piece of ¼ inch plywood against the opening covering the hole and I set the fan on that. It worked fine but it would be better to just have brackets on the sides where the braces go that sit on the drywall. These could be to L-shaped pieces about 3 to 4 inches long that attach to the fan enclosure with a couple of sheet metal screws on each side. 5. Wiring is straightforward with black to black, white to white and green to green (ground) at the fan enclosure BUT the instructions don’t tell you to install a strain relief connector nut where the house wiring goes into the fan unit. In fairness, a video on the Home Netwerks web site implies a connector should be used but that video has a few other issues. This is an electrical code issue. Also, some people might even be tempted to connect wires outside the wiring compartment. That’s a definite no-no and a fire hazard if there is an arc. That potential of an electrical arc is another reason you seal off the little enclosure with a strain-relief connector beyond just strain relief. 6. Connecting the duct is easy enough to just slide it over the enclosure’s black plastic outlet. That’s if you already have a 4” inch diameter duct but many people will find only a 3 inch duct that ran from their (undersized) existing fan to the outside. All my ducts were 3 inch and I am expanding them to 4” inch in master bath (2) and adjoining bathroom that has a long run. If you replace all but the last foot or so and use a transition from 4 to 3 inch you will get some of the benefit of this fan’s capacity but you really should replace all the old ductwork and the vent on your wall, in the eaves or up through the roof if you want the fan’s rated capacity. That’s a tougher DIY project in a 2-story house. 7. Instructions say to use duct tape or a clamp to secure the duct. Why not supply a clamp? Okay, it might add a buck but actual duct tape is almost never used for ducts today. Foil tape has a much more aggressive adhesive than most grades of duct tape and it conforms to the usual flex ductwork better. If you have metal ducts then foil tape works well there too. I have also seen pros use large tie wraps on flex duct or sheet metal screws (3) on metal ductwork. 8. As for wiring the new 4-function switch/control, that was a matter of some confusion. The diagram shows a “3-point neutral connection at the wall box. Problem is that my switch/control only had two black legs and a ground so all those past reviews that talk about needing a neutral leg wired to the control seem out of date. I understand why certain controls like Lutron’s Caseta dimmers need a neutral to provide continuous power to the control but evidently Home Netwerks has changed things so that whenever the on/off switch is on and all functions are off there is always a little power through the control providing by looping through the fan enclosure, which has that neutral connection as mentioned earlier. My support person was quite helpful explaining there have been changes but it’s time to get the videos and printed docs up to date. 9. So everything is wired AND you have a Decora style cover plate with the appropriate number of openings. My application required a Decora and standard switch combination. This is something you will need that I don’t recall being mentioned anywhere. 10. I saved the issue of installing the speaker/fan cover until now since it was actually the most frustrating issue for me and at least three other reviewers. Keep in mind I have probably removed and installed 30 bathroom fan covers for painting or replacement and the spring clips were a bit different in several instances but most just compress to fit into tabs on the sides of the fan housing as do these—sort of. Since the speaker/fan cover is about 15 inches in diameter and the housing is 9-1/4 inches, my big hands don’t fit that well into the small space between the cover and housing but then the clips didn’t seem to want to bend in a way to properly mate to those tabs on the sides of the enclosure. After several attempts I decided something was wrong with the clips. I left the final install of the cover until after calling Home Netwerks support. When I got a picture of what the clips should look like I realized mine had been bent incorrectly in manufacture. They also seemed to be attached wrong to the retainer clips. The support person was very helpful in determining the problem: the shape of the spring and the incorrect installation at the factory. Home Netwerks support provided me with replacement clips (see photos). Hopefully this issue won’t be there in the future and it doesn’t seem to have been universal in the past. 11. As far as pairing the switch/control to the fan enclosure, that went smoothly just following the instructions. Your installation may actually “auto-pair” without intervention. Someone commented that this is a Bluetooth connection but I thought it is more like a simple code handshake. Support lady confirmed this is NOT a Bluetooth connection. 12. The Bluetooth connection took two tries and that was because I didn’t activate Bluetooth at the switch/control by pressing “Music” until I got that loud tone that several people mentioned. Yeah, it does seem louder than necessary but not that big of a deal. Bluetooth range for me is a bit modest since this fan is in a water closet and the walls tend to limit the range a bit but it isn’t a real issue. I just place my phone a the countertop near the water closet. Speaker quality is quite acceptable given that the fan/light/speaker combo price is in line with units that don’t have speakers let alone dual speakers with some sort of small built-in amplifier. Music sound seems to completely mask the acceptable fan noise. The fan blower is appreciably quieter than my old fan and doesn’t compete with the speakers. If this fan is loud, I would look for a duct restriction or something being loose and rattling since my seemed very easy on the ears. 13. The light level seems fine, but like others, I wish the LED ring light were more like 2700 to 3000 degrees Kelvin, which is considered “warm white”. The instructions don’t show a light temperature nor does the Home Depot web site product page. As others mentioned, it seems more like 4000 to 5000 degrees Kelvin or more like cool white or daylight as this temperature range is known. Not sure why a blue night light was used instead of a lower level of the same white light but that would have been my personal preference. I don’t anticipate using the night light feature that much. 14. As mentioned, I can’t address rusting but if some people are having trouble with that it could possibly be addressed to some extent just by having a “delayed-off” fan feature so that all or most of the moisture is out of the bathroom before the fan is off. This is also a good feature to deal with odors too and would have been a nice addition and quite possible with the type of control used. In summary, this seems to be an evolving product with some innovative ideas and implementation that priced rather attractively given all of its functions. A few tweaks could make this even better.
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High tech fan This fan has it all - and more! The kit is one of the most complete I have ever installed. The only thing I had to purchase was some venting since my old fan had a 3" vent, and this one requires a 4" vent. Wiring was one of the simplest parts of this project. All the fan requires is one black wire for power and a ground. All other functions are done wireless through the included wall switch. The LED light is quite bright, and the nightlight is a nice blue color. The speakers are actually quite loud if you want them to be, and it very easily pairs with any bluetooth device for playback. Of course the fan itself also works quite well. Like I said, its a very complete fan with lots of extras. I was able to do a complete remodel install in 3 hours.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy if you have hard water - it will rust. We love the fan, the blutooth speaker and the night light, however, we have hard water and use a water softener and the fan is rusting now. Not sure if it would happen in a setting that doesnt have hard water, but it is happening to ours.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great replacement for old exhaust fan! I love this fan, it replaced an old, noisy exhaust fan in the master bath. The photos are prior to installation (the fan is sitting upside down on my workbench), with so many features and a 12 foot ceiling, I wanted to make sure everything worked before final installation. Note that to install this fan, you need either new construction or access to the location from the attic. If your attic space is not accessible, the only option is to cut out a "joist to joist" chunk of drywall, install the unit, then patch a new piece of drywall in. In my case I was able to access from above after moving some insulation out of the way. One of my concerns was how many wires I might need - the old fan was a simple hot/neutral/ground connection, and this one has a light, a nightlight, Bluetooth speakers, and of course, the exhaust fan. Turns out the one connection (hot/neutral/ground) is all you need, all operations are accomplished by a "smart" wall switch. The unit also includes a remote control for Bluetooth operation. The instructions included were excellent - legible type, clear diagrams, easy to understand. I had no problem at all getting everything to work on the first try. Here's a quick rundown of the features: Fan: powerful and quiet. I measured about 39 dB from 4 feet away, that corresponds to a "quiet library". Bluetooth Speakers: Paired up right away with my cell phone, and sound quality is surprisingly good. A remote is provided so you can control volume, skip, or pause. Only the Bluetooth is controlled by the remote, it will not control lights or fan. Light - a very cool LED light ring - also has a blue LED night light function.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The control switch it self looks like it would use a rocker switch plate, GFI or decora style out... The control switch it self looks like it would use a rocker switch plate, GFI or decora style outlet cover or wall plate. But in the instructions it does not say which one it is, just that you can not use a metal wall plate or box with the switch unit. According to the Representative from the company I spoke to they said it is made to fit a rocker switch plate, but may also fit other rectangular cutout plates. This unit features a interesting and innovative design, as it is all blue tooth. So you can not have a metal wall plate, cover or box as this will interfere with the wireless signal. So the wall plate must be plastic or nylon. You run power to the switch like normal and the power to the unit runs up their from the switch like normal, how ever it just supplies the switch and unit with power. after it is all installed and set up you have to pair the ceiling unit to the wall switch. When you link blue tooth devices together the process is called pairing, if they become unlinked you have to re-pair them, which is to go through the pairing process again. It is not the same as a device that is broken and is in need of repair. In the instructions their is a entire page [ page 10 ] dedicated to connecting the blue tooth and how to fix the blue tooth pairing if it fails during set up or after set up or when connecting a music player. So I decided to call the company who makes it on the phone, the switch is a propitiatory kind of blue tooth but can only connect to the receiver in the fan / light unit. They said it works as a propitiatory transmitter to their receivers in the units and 1 switch can control more then 1 fan unit, so if you have a vary large bath room, a single switch can control both fan / light combination units. They also said the unit will NOT work on a jack and Jill circuit, so if you have 2 entrances to your bath room and each entrance has a switch for the fan light unit, this unit will not work for that purpose as only 1 switch can connect to a fan unit. How ever the speakers are real blue tooth and can only talk to one transmitter at a time and can not be run in series, so even if you have 2 fan / light units connected to 1 switch, you can turn the speakers on at the same time from the switch, how ever only 1 set of speakers will play from your blue tooth device. The lady I spoke too said she has the previous model of this unit sitting at her desk, they turn it off and on just about every day and it has not lost pairing since it was set up about a year ago. So their hoping / expecting that the new version of the same unit will be as reliable if not more reliable. It has day and night lights which is nice and I really like that the night lights are blue, how ever their both propitiatory led light rings that when they stop working have to be replaced with the correct part not a generic bulb. Their is no estimated life span of the led lights given in the instructions. I asked the manufacturer and they said the led's have a 15 year, 10,000 hour life span and they will replace them under warranty if they fail. 10,000 hours would be 1.8 hours a day for 15 years. The blower motor intake diameter looks small for how much cfm it is supposed to flow and it does not say if this is a limited use motor or continuous use motor. As their is a big difference, since limited use motors break down if you leave them running for too long a period of time with out shutting them off so the motor can cool down. Upon calling the company they said it should not be used as a continuous use fan and it has a 3 year warranty on the fan so if it should fail with in 3 years they would replace it for free.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for those morning podcasts We installed this in a new construction so I can't speak about installation as we had our electrician wire it up. I can, however, speak as to its performance. I like catching up on podcasts while I am getting ready in the morning and this thing is perfect for that. It even comes with a remote you can keep in the shower with you to adjust volume or skip to the next thing on your playlist. The volume is more then adequate for our bathroom. I would not buy this expecting sound that you would get from a dedicated speaker system but for what I wanted it for it is just right.
Date published: 2017-05-31
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