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Highbury 52 in. Indoor New Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit
  • Hunter
  • Model 52006
  • Internet #203806356
  • Store SO SKU #615013

Highbury 52 in. Indoor New Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit

Discontinued Model:

Model # 28713

Internet #202653496

Store SO SKU #1000945122

Hunter Highbury 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan

Discontinued Hunter

Highbury 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan

  • Five blades in peppered walnut/cinnamon
  • 3-light fixture creates welcoming illumination
  • Allows for standard, flush and angled mounting
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Product Overview

If you want to add a refreshing airflow to your interior, the Hunter Highbury 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan is a beautiful solution. Featuring five reversible blades in peppered walnut/cinnamon walnut, this attractive ceiling fan offers three operating speeds and a reverse-airflow function, helping you choose a fan setting that suits your needs. The included remote control offers convenient operation at a distance.

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Assembled Depth (in.)
52 in
Assembled Height (in.)
18.52 in
Assembled Width (in.)
52 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
Downrod Length (in.)
Fan Blade Length (In.)
Fan Blade Width (In.)


Airflow (CFM)
Blade Color Family
Bulb wattage (watts)
Color Family
Commercial / Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Downrod Included
Dual Fan Heads
Fan Blade Material
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Blades,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
New Bronze
Glass Style
Housing Color Family
Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control 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.)
26.2 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

Do you have to use the lights with this fan? Or can you install without the lighting kit?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, you can install without a light kit, but, unless you're deadset on this design, purchasing a fan only model will probably be cheaper.
Answered by: BrownSanta
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can this fan be ceiling mounted?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. Fan can be mounted with or without a down rod. Instructions are included for both mounting options.
Answered by: BrownSanta
Date published: 2016-06-11

If installed without light kit, Is there an end cover to put in place of the lights? Please include part#, thanks.

Asked by: Anonymous
I don't remember for sure because I had no need to do this, but I believe the cover plate is included in the event you choose this option.
Answered by: BrownSanta
Date published: 2015-09-20

how does the ring at top of fan that tities up the canopy and ceioing come loose

Asked by: Anonymous
By breaking all the tabs off (unless you want to tear up the drywall on your ceiling) making it unusable again.
Answered by: Chad
Date published: 2015-11-06
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Customer Reviews

Highbury 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 181.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I paid high dollar for this fan.....I bought 2 one of the fans the light switch went out soon I paid high dollar for this fan.....I bought 2 one of the fans the light switch went out soon
Date published: 2017-03-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very slow fan even on the highest setting. Would not recommend buying Very slow fan even on the highest setting. Would not recommend buying
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Fan @ a Great Value!! The fan is extremely easy to install and looks great. The fan is silent even on high and the remote is handy. I currently have 5 of these fans in my house and 3 of them are wired with the remote and 2 without. The remote is not required but just a bonus. The customers having trouble with the fan not being on high when selecting high on the remote just need to reset it. You reset the fan by pushing 3 on the remote and continue to pull the chain on the fan until the fan is actually on high again. This malfunction happens when the power goes out or if you have it hooked up to switch that gets turned off while the fan is running. Overall this fan is great looking and silent when on. I still plan on buying at least 2 more of these fans for 2 other rooms.
Date published: 2013-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good overall I had similar problems JPor4 had (the remote not working consistently, the lights not turning on, etc.), though since I self-installed, I was able to trouble-shoot & realized I had it wired incorrectly & that I didn't code the remotes & receivers properly (each remote-transponder&receiver pair should have the same code, but that one code they share needs to be different from each of the other transponder/receiver pairs in the house otherwise they will cross-communicate & mess things up). It specifically says this in the directions. So it's possible that JPor4 might've gotten a bad install, or it could be a bad fan. The other issues are unchangeable - no matter what you do, you won't be able to use your lightswitches or chains to control your fan once the remote receiver is installed, & the CFL bulbs won't ever dim since dimming technology for CFL bulbs is expensive, rare, and the result is mediocre at best. Hunter was smart not to allow dimming bulbs.
Date published: 2011-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great Fan, Worthless Remote The fan itself is a great fan at an even better price, however the wireless remote is junk. I installed the fan with remote and after 10 days, the receiving unit for the remote already burned out. I took it back to HD, and they stated that they have had other failures like mine with the receiving unit. If you are looking for a great fan, buy this; however if you are looking for a great fan with a remote, steer clear.
Date published: 2011-06-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Understand the Remote Before Buying As other reviewers have written, once you install the remote receiver as they instruct you, you can not turn the fan or the light on or off using your wall switch. You HAVE to use the remote. You can cut power to the lights and fan at the switch, but they will not run when you switch them back on. They do not "remember" their previous settings. I don't know if all fan remote receivers are wired like this but Hunter did it quite intentionally, because they actually give you a mounting bracket so you can mount a remote holder to the wall over top of your light switch. But if you mount their bracket you are going to need extra long screws which don't come with the fan. I think if you wired the black striped wire straight to the black fan wire and the black power coming out of your ceiling that you would get your lights back on the switch and you could still use the fan on the remote, if the switch was on, but you would not be able to use your lights on the remote. Also, they say there are supposed to be 10 mounting screws for the fan blade brackets, but there are only six in the pack. They don't tell you until much later that the others are in the shipping blocks in the motor housing. So don't waste your time looking all over the place for them. They also insist that the fan should be in the high position and that the lights should be in the on position BEFORE you install it so you don't damage the product. I could not figure out a way to tell. Pulling the chain felt the same no matter how many times I pulled it. So just turn it on and pull the chain until you get the fan to high and the lights on. Then I would cut the power at the switch. Turn it back on and use your remote. They also recommend that you always turn the fan on from the remote by first turning it on high (since that's what the fan has to always be manually set on?) and then go to a lower speed if you would like. So if you want to go to low or medium from the control you have to hit two buttons--high, then the medium or low button. Seems a bit foolish to me. They also want you to put the extra wiring back up through the junction box and into the ceiling. They must have a lot more room in their junction box than I do, or they must be using a long extender rod or something because I had to put mine behind the canopy where the transmitter goes for the remote. Fan seems to run nicely enough and I haven't had any remote issues so far, but I haven't used it much yet. I thought this was a good but for a fan with a remote, but I would check out how other remotes work with different brands/models, before I settled on this one again. One nice thing is that they did give a few extra of the important screws in case you lost one.
Date published: 2011-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Liked the fan I really like the look of the fan, the color, the light globes everything about it I like. However, my husband was not to fond of it during the install. The remote control did not work at all. He took another remote we had from a different fan and wired this one for that remote. Also the "free" light bulbs... day one - one light bulb out - day two - two light bulbs out - day three - we were in the dark. I read that someone else had a problem with the remote and thought maybe it was just the fan they got, guess I was wrong and it was all the fans in this bracket.
Date published: 2011-06-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beautiful fan, but don't install the remote control I purchased and had an electrician install 3 of these fans about a week ago. Already, 2 of the fans are not responding (fan speed) to the remote controls properly. I did a search on the internet and this seems to be common with Hunter remotes. Another problem...with the remote installed you cannot control your fan with the chains or the wall switch, which is a problem when the remote starts acting up. You can turn the entire fan/light off with the wall switch, but you cannot turn the them on - you have to use the remote. One more thing...Hunter includes 3 CFL light bulbs which will not work if you have the fan installed to work with the remote. Not only will CFL bulbs not dim, they won't even turn on with the remote. I really love the fan - just wish the remote controls didn't cause so many problems! Now I'm probably going to have to pay the electrician to rehang my fans without the remote control feature installed.
Date published: 2011-05-23
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