Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 50
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by surv8r Good Air Movement
I purchased and installed this fan yesterday (05/29/2016) to replace a Hunter Viente model that stopped working 2 days prior.
This fan was an easy install, it took approx. 1-hour. I did have an issue with the globe. It cracked as I was hand tightening the nut, and broke the bulbs. (I've assembled and installed dozens of fans over the years and never had this happen before). The globe from the Viente is the same size and cut, so I used it instead.
This fan has great air movement. It is installed in a 16'x16' room and keeps it comfortable. Hopefully it lasts longer than the previous Hunter it replaced (3 yrs 10 months).
May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CD Great Fan
This outdoor fan fit perfectly in our gazebo off our deck. Fan looks really expensive after installing and is completely noise free. I would recommend to anyone looking for a fan that will last them many year to check this one out
April 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Southpaw Don't install in area with wind
My previous outdoor fans lasted for over 10 years without a broken blade. I decided to replace those fans and chose the Grand Cayman - bad choice. While it is a nice looking fan, it should not be installed in an area with wind. I lost one blade the first year, lost another a few months ago, and then lost 8 of the 10 blades (two fans) during one storm. Now I'm looking for another fan more like the ones I had for the first 10 years.
April 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Beautiful fan, great for cooling.
Beautiful looking fan, especially in a tropical environment (we live in Hawaii). I would recommend this fan for anyone.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CountryMa Worth every penny!!!
I bought two fans to adorn our back porch area. The South has brutal humidity and heat during the summer so I wanted a durable fan that will last. It's very quiet, aesthetically pleasing, and most importantly IT DOES NOT DROOP.
April 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Deb Not too happy!
Failed after 4 years and parts are discontinued. Was offered $50.00 credit voucher from the company but you still have to take down the bad fan and install a new one. A lot of work and time for only $50.00. Think the company could offer more since they admitted it was a defect and they no longer had the part that needed replaced. Could have been a simple fix if they would have had the part.
March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by R1D2 Best Ceiling Fan we ever purchased
This is, hands down, the very best ceiling fan we have ever purchased. We wanted maximum air flow in our family room. This ceiling fan, with three adjustable speeds, really makes our room feel cool.
The design is exceptional, extremely quiet even on the high setting. It is very attractive and high-quality
construction. We wanted to have some lighting as well, and this ceiling fan came with two 60 watt bulbs. We would have liked a bit more light, but with our separate lamp that we have, it is plenty for our family room area.
My husband is a very good "handyman," and installed this with ease, although a second person is
necessary to hold certain parts as they are being installed. The pull-chain for the fan did have to
be adjusted a bit, as it didn't pull smoothly the first few times, but after he "restrung" it through the
hole the second time, it works well. The instructions are very easy to follow, although a couple
of instructions could have been clarified just a little bit better.
We are very pleased with this beautiful ceiling fan, and almost daily we still comment how much
we like it and are happy that we chose this particular model from Home Depot.
I think we will purchase a second ceiling fan just like this for one of our bedrooms.
We absolutely love it.
August 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RazorbackGuy Great Fan, poor design for windy locations
Installed three of these fans under a covered patio and the wind destroyed all of them within 6 months. The way these fans mount on a downrod, they swing when the wind blows. It stormed one night and that was it. The wind blew the fans and they swung up and the blades hit the ceiling not only breaking the blades, the globe on the light, but it also damaged the ceiling of my patio. I tried to contact Hunter to see if there was any way to keep the fans from swinging but they wouldn't help me. I would have bought replacement parts for what was damaged if there was a way to keep the fans from swinging on the downrod but since Hunter Customer Service is horrible, then I guess I will trash these fans and buy some that have a mounting option that doesn't use a downrod. $600 DOLLARS WASTED.
March 5, 2016