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Torrence 64 in. Indoor Provence Crackle Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit

$229.00 /each
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Model # 55048

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Hunter Brayden 70 in. Northern Sienna Indoor Ceiling Fan

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Brayden 70 in. Northern Sienna Indoor Ceiling Fan

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Product Overview

The 3-speed Hunter Brayden 70 in. Indoor Northern Sienna Ceiling Fan is built with a quiet Whisperwind motor that delivers up to 125 RPM and 8,480 CFM of maximum airflow, ideal for great rooms 20 ft. x 20 ft. and larger. This fan is equipped with a 3-light fixture made with beautiful tea-stained glass and supplied with efficient 14-Watt CFLs and its 3-position mounting system permits installation in standard-, flush- or angled configurations. Its 5 reversible blades present your choice of dark walnut or Brazilian cherry to best complement your home decor.

  • Northern sienna finish
  • 5-reversible dark walnut/Brazilian cherry blades
  • Designed for indoor use
  • Remote compatible
  • 8480 CFM
  • 3-speed reversible WhisperWind motor delivers ultra-powerful air movement with whisper-quiet performance so you get the cooling power you want without the noise you don’t
  • Includes a 3-light fixture with beautiful tea-stained glass
  • Three 14-Watt medium base CFL bulbs included
  • Limited lifetime motor warranty is backed by the only company with over 125 years in the fan business
  • Downrod included
  • Installer’s choice mounting system allows for standard, angled and low ceiling mounting
  • Can be installed with or without light kit
  • Cap included
  • Included pull chain allows for quick and easy on/off and speed adjustments
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Assembled Depth (in.)
70 in
Assembled Height (in.)
20.97 in
Assembled Width (in.)
70 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
Downrod Length (in.)
Fan Blade Length (In.)
Fan Blade Width (In.)


Airflow (CFM)
Blade Color Family
Bulb Type
Bulb wattage (watts)
Color Family
Commercial / Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Downrod Included
Dual Fan Heads
Fan Blade Material
Reversible Blades,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
Northern Sienna
Glass Style
Housing Color Family
Downrod Included,Light Kit Included
Light Bulb Type Included
Light Type
Motor Speed (RPM)
Mounting Options
Angled,Low Ceiling Mounting,Standard
Number of Blades
Number of Speeds
Product Weight (lb.)
Pull Chain
Remote Control
Reverse Airflow
Reversible Two-Sided Blades

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

does it have a cap if you don't want the lights?

Asked by: Anonymous
Answered by: Willy1234
Date published: 2015-09-17

Does this fan come with any "down extension" in the box? If so, what size?

Asked by: Anonymous
Small. Had to purchase suitable length for 12' ceiling
Answered by: Willy1234
Date published: 2015-09-17

how much weight should the JBox fixture need to be for this fan

how much weight should the JBox fixture need to be for this fan
Asked by: Shawn
This fan is heavy. When I replaced a 48" I added two additional lag screws through the jbox into the ceiling joist for safety. If I were to guess at a poundage, I might say it should hold 75lbs, just to be on the safe side. My jbox was secured directly to a ceiling joist and not to a typical fan 'hanger' that spans between 2 joists.
Answered by: jweaver223
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the height from ceiling to the bottom of the blade for this fan, if i don't install the light kit. This is for the standard mount.

what is the height from ceiling to the bottom of the blade for this fan, if i don't install the light kit. This is for the standard mount. Can it be installed on 10 foot ceiling
Asked by: Shawn
I believe the fan instructions recommend an approximate height of 7 feet to bottom of fan blades. But it also cautions against mounting it too high, as airflow would be diminished.
Answered by: jweaver223
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Brayden 70 in. Northern Sienna Indoor Ceiling Fan is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality fans Picked 6 of them up on clearance for $60. Marked down from $219. My only semi-major complaint, and I knew this before I bought them, was that a remote control was not included. Had I paid $219 I would have expected a remote. A minor issue is the color difference between the sides of the blades is minor. Would be nice to have a more drastic choice. A final complaint is the globes... they diminish the brightness of any bulb by quite a bit. Would be nice if they were more opaque. But overall am super pleased. Probably overkill size-wise for the rooms I put them in, but they run quiet, move the air well, didn't have to balance the blades, and look fantastic.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Fan! We have a LARGE living room and very open floor plan. The 52 inch fan, just looked too dinky. the 72 inch hunter was over $400 on Amazon. This 70 inch fan looks AWESOME in our living room for half the price of the one 2 inches larger. Usually, we have it on low because it works so well. Goes very well with our rustic house. Was not as easy to install as the pro series with the snap on blades, but no harder than any other fan. All in all, we LOVE the fan. Great buy at great price.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Fan for value price This fan is as described and straightforward to install. As it is big I wouldn't advise taking shortcuts, such as installing the blades before hanging. I put it on a 16' vaulted ceiling, replacing a little 48" fan that looked silly. I purchased a 72" downrod that matched it so the fan would be at the recommended height. Works just as I hoped it would. Low speed is very low, so it is peaceful to be around in cooler weather. In contrast, high speed is what you would want in hot weather, such as we get here in Houston. The unit is quiet and unobtrusive, but classy looking in such a large area.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Noisy, but pretty I was going to get a cheap less than $100 fan for our living room, but I made the mistake of bringing my wife along. She saw the Brayden hanging and loved the look right away. Home Depot used to have this fan listed twice, but it looks like the other one has been removed, along with my previous review, so I will summarise along with an update. On our first try, we brought home this fan. Went to install it, but all of the screws and small parts, etc, were missing. Additionally the motor housing was scratched and the fan blades were damaged, due to a packaging design flaw (blades rested on sharp metal). We returned this fan the next day for a refund and luckily our homedepot had just received 3 more of these fans (as we had bought the last one the day before). Brought this one home - everything was included! Additionally, the packaging (styrofoam) was completely different, and much better - the blades were resting on the foam, not metal. Installation. I've installed about 10 cieling fans, so not a pro, but I have plenty of experience. Couple of notes, the mount that mounted to the cieling was different than I had ever used before, but simple, intuitive, and much better. Instead of having one part that acts as the cieling cover and the ball/rod holder, there was a ball/rod holder and a cover. This enabled all the wiring to be completed without the extra effort of contorting your body to see in the little space between the cieling and the cover - hanging off the bracket at an akward angle. I bought a new bronze down rod as we have a vaulted cieling; isn't an exact color match, but no one would ever notice. Installation was pretty normal. A few items that could be improved. The blades require you to shove tiny pieces of rubber into them where they mount. This takes 10-20 minutes to shove them in, and seems like it could be done before the fan was packaged. The light globes don't mount onto the metal with three screws like most globes. They have a piece of metal that screws around the lightbulb socket and holds the globe down. Probably more secure than the screws, but actually caused me some trouble due to circumstances. As I was screwing in a 100W equiv CFL bulb, I screwed it in too tight and it broke in my hand (yeah, not good - mercury), (I quickly searched online for what I should do in this situation and did it immediately). The issue was, I couldn't take the globe off from the outside to make cleanup easier, I had to do my best to cleanup the glass peices with the globe still on. Once most of it was cleaned up (using tape to pick up the glass peices), I was able to unscrew the inside ring without cutting myself on the broken glass. Outcome The fan is beautiful, it is a great addition to our front room. It moves a lot of air - yet doesn't create a lot of wind noise because it doesn't have to spin as fast because of the large blades. The motor is loud and annoying. Much louder than any other cieling fan I have ever heard. Possibly because the wind noise is less and doesn't cover up the wine of the motor. We do have it hooked to a dimmer switch, so that could possibly be causing some of the wine. I'm going to try to install it to an on off switch to see if that gets rid of the motor noise. Additionally, as is the occurance of many other cieling fans that have light bulbs that shine upward - it creates a strobe light effect on the cieling. Possibly putting dim bulbs in this light and lighting the room with other lights would mimimize the strobe light effect, but somewhat defeats the purpose of having a light kit on a fan.
Date published: 2013-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Liked so much we bought two more! We have three of these fans in rooms that average ~16’ x 23’and are very happy with the quiet motors and transitional styling (mixing straight blades with a curvy lighting fixture). Two of them were new in the box and we had no issues other than replacing the downrod with a longer one. They were easy for one person to install and well balanced at all speeds right out of the box. The third one was a display model and turned out to be an older model number. It had parts missing and Home Depot left parts of the shelving attached to the bracket (which I returned to the store). I ended up calling Hunter and easily purchased the missing parts, which were delivered in a couple of days. The fan that was from the display has a moderate wobble at high speed that I have not taken the time to correct (probably a blade iron out of alignment) since it moves enough air at the slower settings. On the slowest setting, you can still see the simulated wood grain of the blades yet still feel a light airflow without buffeting. We experimented with light bulbs and found that cooler temperature CFL bulbs accentuated the strobe effect generated on the ceiling, which all light fixtures that direct light upward toward the blades produce. We ended up with the most compact (top of bulb visible if not compact enough), highest wattage, warmer temperature CFLs that we could find and are happy with the average amount of light produced in the bedroom and family/living rooms. This fan is a beautiful and functional accent piece for larger rooms.
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great looking, but poor functionality. This fan has 3 speeds: Slow, Slower, Slowest. As a room accessory, it's quite beautiful. But on my roofed patio, with a 10' ceiling in the FL summer heat, it's a real disappointment. I can actually follow the spinning blade, set on the "fastest" speed, with my naked eyes. It's woefully inadequate. If this product had been connected to electricity in the store, the lack of speed would have been obvious, and I wouldn't have bought it. Perhaps a salesperson (when you can find one) with better product knowledge could have headed this off before I brought it home and paid an electrician for the installation. Buyer beware.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful fan! I have wanted a larger diameter fan and finally chose the Brayden. I chose the Brayden for several reasons, for it's size in a large great room, and for the styling of the lights. I wanted a large size fan because even a 52" fan can look somewhat small in a room that is over 20" X 20". The 70" diameter just looks better in a large room. A large room also requires more air movement, and in that respect I'm somewhat disappointed. The Brayden does move a lot of air, but it also turns at a slower speed. It seems that a 52" turning at a higher RPM moves almost as much air, but then you usually notice more noise from a faster turning fan. With the Brayden you get the air movement because of the larger blades, but because of the slower speed it is almost totally silent. The lights present mixed feelings. I love the way they look, simple but stylish. Unfortunately the dark color of the globes prevent them from producing a lot of light. Even after replacing the standard bulbs with brighter ones, the light is less than expected. So if you are looking for a light that will be your primary source of light and brightly light up a large room, you may be disappointed. Other than those bits of criticism, I am well satisfied with the fan. The fan blades did come with several chips and defects in the finish, but a quick call to Hunter resulted in a new set of blades being sent out within about a week. It is a great looking (although dark) fan that so far really seems to fit the bill. I would recommend it.
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from hum and rattle This is about the light kit. I have to readily fiddle with the globes to get them to stop making noises as the fan is on the high setting and vibrates them.
Date published: 2014-08-06
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