0049694900647
Discontinued

Hunter

Model 90064

Internet #203209885

Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

Frequently Bought Together

Product Overview

Hunter has brought beauty to the bathroom. Whether it's a design feature or blends into the ceiling, a bathroom fan is more than a quick way to keep the mirror from fogging. Hunter bathroom fans provide superior air movement to remove excess moisture.

  • Designed for Large Rooms
  • Bath fan with light kit
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • 100 cfm
  • Ceiling Opening: 9 in. x 9.75 in.
  • Ultra quiet technology

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents.  Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Specifications

Dimensions

Details

Warranty / Certifications

More Products With These Features

Search

Customer Questions & Answers

17 Questions28 Answers

Customer Questions & Answers

Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents
Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents

Ask your questions. Share your answers.

 
 
Clear Search Term
 
 
Sort By:
 
4 answers

Does this take a fluorescent or incandescent? What is the 'night light' mentioned in another question?

This question is from Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents
Asked by
S.Korth
June 26, 2012
0points
0out of 0found this question helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Answers (4)

Asked by
Alaska
Read all my Q&A
April 11, 2013
Answer: 
I have to revise yesterdays answer as to whether this unit has a Night Light. Yes it does- sorry!
It has Night Light capability but you don't have to use it by simply not wiring it up that way, or just leave the night light bulb out of it.
Personally I would go ahead and wire it up so later down the road it could be used . It'll be a pain getting to the wires later after you've put this all together, Read More
I have to revise yesterdays answer as to whether this unit has a Night Light. Yes it does- sorry!
It has Night Light capability but you don't have to use it by simply not wiring it up that way, or just leave the night light bulb out of it.
Personally I would go ahead and wire it up so later down the road it could be used . It'll be a pain getting to the wires later after you've put this all together, so I'd do it complete and be done with it. Just keep in mind the Wall Switch will need it's own toggle switch to turn on/off just the Night Light.
Hope this clears up that subject. Read Less
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Alaska
Read all my Q&A
April 11, 2013
Answer: 
devilman0187 is right on. This unit takes 2 each 60 watt "incandescent" watt bulbs. It does not have a Night Light feature though. Some models do, some don't.
Getting back to the Incandescent or Fluorescent aspect for a minute, I see the "Hunter" person wrote that it has 2 each 60 "CFL" bulbs.This is Wrong. There isn't a such thing as a 60 watt "CFL" bulb. If there is its really big and won't fit Read More
devilman0187 is right on. This unit takes 2 each 60 watt "incandescent" watt bulbs. It does not have a Night Light feature though. Some models do, some don't.
Getting back to the Incandescent or Fluorescent aspect for a minute, I see the "Hunter" person wrote that it has 2 each 60 "CFL" bulbs.This is Wrong. There isn't a such thing as a 60 watt "CFL" bulb. If there is its really big and won't fit anything. What he meant was 60 watt "incandescent". There's a big difference between the physical size that a 60 watt incandescent vs. a 60 watt CFL. Kind of like comparing an Orange (normal size) vs. a Grapefruit. A Grapefruit is twice the size as an orange. A 60 watt CFL is like a Grapefruit compared to the size of a 60 watt incandescent- Orange.
A 60 watt incandescent watt bulb is equivalent to a 13 watt CFL bulb. You can use a CFL bulb anytime a incandescent bulb is used, except in Dimmer Switches. Some CFLs are Dimmer Switch compatible but most aren't. Just make sure you use the same size base (the brass threaded part that screws into the socket) that matches the fixture socket because there are standard (medium), "Mini" and Candelabra (smallest) base sizes.
If you try a 13 watt CFL and don't like the amount of light it puts out you can move up to a 18 watt CFL bulb and you'll get a little more light and your still saving 42 watts over the 60 watt incandescent bulb. The fixture is rated in "incandescent" watts so you can use any size CFL bulb up to 60 watts but the CFL bulb would be so huge at 60 watts CFL it wouldn't fit the bulb space in the fixture so if your fixture used a 60 watt incandescent you can use the 13 watt CFL (or even a 18 watt CFL and still fit the fixture just fine). You may even get a 23 watt CFL to fit in most cases. Give it a try... Read Less
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Maryland, USA
Read all my Q&A
July 17, 2012
Answer: 
this takes 2 standard incandescent bulbs but you can use compact fluorescent bulbs for greater energy savings. the night light is a smaller candelabra bulb that turns on when u turn the the fixture off.
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Read all my Q&A
June 28, 2012
Answer: 
Model 90064 comes with 2-60 watt CFL bulbs and 1 -7 watt for the night light.
-1point
0out of 1found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful1
 
3 answers

since this unit is intended to replace a builder grade unit, can it be attached to a 3" vent?

This question is from Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents
Asked by
scooter
Littleton, CO
April 12, 2012
0points
0out of 0found this question helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Answers (3)

Asked by
Alaska
Read all my Q&A
April 11, 2013
Answer: 
HD116 is incorrect- don't do it. Do not use this fan on a 3" duct vent. Building Codes on most, if not all, vents require 4" ducting. The Hunter Owners Manual says to connect to a 4" Duct. Reducing the 4" Duct to a 3" duct vent will reduce the amount of moist bathroom air you're trying to pull out of the room. Try breathing through a straw and you get the idea.
That being said, the reality is you can in Read More
HD116 is incorrect- don't do it. Do not use this fan on a 3" duct vent. Building Codes on most, if not all, vents require 4" ducting. The Hunter Owners Manual says to connect to a 4" Duct. Reducing the 4" Duct to a 3" duct vent will reduce the amount of moist bathroom air you're trying to pull out of the room. Try breathing through a straw and you get the idea.
That being said, the reality is you can in fact do this but you limit the efficiency of the fan. It's hard on the motor and reduces the CFMs. When a building inspector catches this (selling the house, reappraisal, etc.) you'll have to bring it up to code. You may as well do it right. I personally hate rework. Do it right the first time... Read Less
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Maryland, USA
Read all my Q&A
July 17, 2012
Answer: 
no, you will need to use a larger vent line. Do not use a reducer from the unit to a 3" line it will hinder performance.
+1point
1out of 1found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful1unhelpful0

Asked by
HD 116
www.community.homedepot.com
April 17, 2012
Answer: 
Greetings Scooter,
My name is Tom, also known as HD116 here and at Home Depot's How to Community where I work two days a week. I am here today addressing a few product questions and saw yours.
Yes, this fan should attach to a standard 3" vent.
Happy to help and sorry for the delay in response.
-1point
0out of 1found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful1
 
2 answers

Can I mount it in my shower area?

This question is from Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents
Asked by
Lynda
Hillsboro, Oregon
January 4, 2013
0points
0out of 0found this question helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Answers (2)

Asked by
Alaska
Read all my Q&A
April 11, 2013
Answer: 
Yes you can. The Hunter website says "For use over Shower". The only thing to watch for is the GFCI requirement when you supply electrical power to it. Electricity loves water (and anything standing in it) so make sure a licensed Electrician installs it with a GFCI.
Page 2 paragraph 7 of the Hunter Owner’s Manual says " If this unit is to be installed over a tub or shower, it must be marked as
Read More
Yes you can. The Hunter website says "For use over Shower". The only thing to watch for is the GFCI requirement when you supply electrical power to it. Electricity loves water (and anything standing in it) so make sure a licensed Electrician installs it with a GFCI.
Page 2 paragraph 7 of the Hunter Owner’s Manual says " If this unit is to be installed over a tub or shower, it must be marked as appropriate for the application and be connected to a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) – protected branch circuit.".
Personally I wouldn't do it because this unit is known to have rust issues on the outside trim piece that the glass/light cover is part of. Putting this fan in such a "wet" environment will cause rust to appear very quickly. A fan (this one) I'm presently working on is not in the Shower but in the middle of the Bathroom and the trim cover has rust all around the trim frame. It's about 5 years old and not pretty anymore. Read Less
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Read all my Q&A
January 7, 2013
Answer: 
Thanks for the inquiry regarding model 90064. The unit may be installed over the shower. Hunter recommends installing the fan at least 5 feet (1.52m) above the floor. Thanks for choosing Hunter!
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0
 
2 answers

need more light

This question is from Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents
Asked by
R
Pa.
November 23, 2012
I have this light in a 10 by 5 bath and it does not give off enough light. Is there another bulb that will give more light than the 2 13W CFL"s
0points
0out of 0found this question helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Answers (2)

Asked by
Alaska
Read all my Q&A
April 11, 2013
Answer: 
The reality is CFLs are notorious for not putting out as much light as a regular old school incandescent lights.
So your answer is: put in a larger CFL bulb (that doesn't touch the Glass Light cover- say 18 or 23 CFL Watt) and you'll be much happier. Use a 5000 Kelvin "Natural Light" color spectrum CFL light bulb and it'll look even brighter than the 2500 Kelvin "soft white" light.
Yes your losing the Read More
The reality is CFLs are notorious for not putting out as much light as a regular old school incandescent lights.
So your answer is: put in a larger CFL bulb (that doesn't touch the Glass Light cover- say 18 or 23 CFL Watt) and you'll be much happier. Use a 5000 Kelvin "Natural Light" color spectrum CFL light bulb and it'll look even brighter than the 2500 Kelvin "soft white" light.
Yes your losing the efficiency aspect of saving energy (60 incandescent watts down to 13 CFL watts) if you use a higher wattage CFL bulb but the fixture was designed for 2 each 60 watt incandescent bulbs. If more light is your tradeoff than by all means put in a larger CFL. Just don't let the CFL bulb touch anything (glass, metal frame/housing, etc.) and you'll be perfectly fine.
The long answer is: Technically you could use 2 each 60 watt CFL bulbs but they would be very huge and never fit in the same space the 60 watt incandescent bulb would. A 60 watt CFL bulb would be about 3 times bigger than the incandescent brother. The fixture doesn't care what physical "size" bulb you put in it, it cares about the watts. Obviously the size of the bulb is limited to the design of the fixture where the light bulb goes. All it cares is that you max out at 60 watts of electricity for each bulb. Try a pair of 18 Watt CFLs and you'll be much happier since it will fit nicely in the glass cover and give a little more light than the 13 watt CFL. A 23 watt CFL may be too big to fit, maybe not?
If you use the 18 watt CFL you're still saving 42 watts compared to the older 60 incandescent so you're still saving energy. Get more light on the subject and enjoy. Read Less
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0

Asked by
Read all my Q&A
November 26, 2012
Answer: 
Thanks for the inquiry regarding fan model 90064. Hunter recommends two 60 watt A-5 bulbs only for the unit.
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful0unhelpful0
2 »
  • 2016-08-27 T15:32:21.906-05:00
  • bvseo_lps, prod_bvqa, vn_prr_5.6
  • cp-1, bvpage1
  • co_hasquestionsanswers
  • loc_en_US, sid_203209885, prod, sort_default
2 »
  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
  • CLOUD, getContent, 258ms
  • QUESTIONS, PRODUCT

Customer Reviews

Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Wouldn't buy again I bought this fan one year ago. It's design is pretty and decorative with the stainless accents. The outside of the fan began to rust after 8 months or so. Why would they design a bathroom fan with materials that rust?? Now a year has gone by and the motor has died. Not a good purchase! October 16, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bulbs barely fit I have went thru countless bulbs trying to find a high enough wattage to get light thru the overly filtered and greenish glass cover. The cover sits so close to the unit that I have broken many just trying to get the cover back on. And forget about trying to fit the nightlight bulb in between those bulbs. Also, the permanent "hunter" label that is in the middle of the glass is unappealing. October 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor ventilation, almost completely rusted over The only way I see this fan getting 100 CFM is with the cover off. With the cover on, it has a negligible effect on the humidity in the bathroom, and ours is positioned directly over the shower. It's also covered in rust. So now I need to decide between trying to refinish an ineffective bathroom fan, or purchasing another. Maybe if the cover hung down farther, or if there were holes in the glass, it might work a bit better. But as designed, it's useless. October 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Style and Function Ordered our first one of these about 8 years ago for our house in Georgia. Was very pleased with how quickly and quietly it cleared the bathroom of steam. Two years ago we remodeled our master bath at our home in Houston, and this was the model I chose; we turned a small bathtub into a large walk-in shower and wanted a light and exhaust fan directly above the new shower. Again, very pleased -- same great quality (no rust issues and fan is so quiet that I have left it on all day more than once because I couldn't hear it). Also like the two light levels available -- nightlight and bright -- which is great for choosing a little ambience in the shower. Now I need to replace the old fan over the toilet -- which sounds like a jetliner landing in the front yard -- and there is a standard light fixture right next to it. I have decided to replace both with yet another one of these, and will put one of those metal oops plates over the opening for the old light. October 27, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't do the job even in a small bathroom I purchased this fan because I wanted a fan that wasn't the white plastic with louver-style cover that so many seem to be. It is much better looking but the performance seems to suffer because of the design. Our bathroom is small, 6'x9'x8' so this 100cfm fan should have no problem keeping it ventilated. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Installed correctly we still have moisture on the ceiling after 20 minutes of leaving the fan running AFTER a shower. A fan shouldn't need to run more than 5 minutes after a shower. There is plenty of clearance under our door so the issue is not due to the fan not getting enough air to pull through. It seems that the style is disadvantageous to its performance. Guess I'll go look at the plastic louver types after all. August 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rusted & stopped working after a year. Purchased for its pleasing design/price. However, after just under a year the Unit was badly rusted, and shortly there after the fan just stopped working. May look nice, but it's extremely poor quality. I don't recommend this product. May 18, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rusting after 1 year of install... Inferior product construction....wrong materials (steel) used in a damp environment. The nickel plating is probably so thin that the moisture in a typical shower area starts to show rust fairly quickly...save your money and look for a better solution. May 9, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Seemed nice at first At first we loved this fan! We purchased it about 3 years ago. A couple of months ago, I noticed that the screw tops that show on top of the glass are now all rusty. I feel like this shouldn't have happened and now the great look that we had, just looks dingy and old. We are now looking to replace this. October 16, 2013
  • 2016-08-26 T13:50:51.124-05:00
  • bvseo_lps, prod_bvrr, vn_prr_5.6
  • cp-1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_12, tr_12
  • loc_en_US, sid_203209885, prod, sort_default
2 >>
  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
  • CLOUD, getContent, 87ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT