Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 19
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by handyk happy with purchase!
Bought two lights to go on our two fans we purchased from Home depot. Look good and easy to install. Nice amount of light also.
August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by COSkibum Stylish & functional
Matches the style/look and color of the Hunter Mariner very well. I should have read the directions closer not realizing that all three rubber rings were required to seal against the Mariner housing. The kit comes with obsolete CFL lights which I didn't use substituting in LED lights. My only minor complaint is the price seems a bit high for what you get.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nlp Just what I was looking for!
Really what I was looking for. Fit the spot and was pretty easy to install. Looks great with the fan.
July 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GritsontheGulf If you want a glass globe, look elsewhere
I purchased this Hunter Marine II outdoor ceiling fan light fixture in white (#28438) because in the "answered questions section" of the reviews on Feb 29, 2016, a Hunter company representative wrote that the globe to cover the bulbs is glass. It is NOT glass, it is frosted plastic. Since I don't know if the plastic globe is going to discolor, crack and chip over time, I've not installed it yet and I'm debating on whether to return it and continue my search. I should have known. Another customer responded to "the plastic or glass question" also on Feb 29, 2016, and that reviewer said it was plastic. The one star rating is because what was described by the Hunter company is not what was delivered to me. Maybe there are some glass and some plastic globes going out with this kit. I wanted glass and relied on information supplied from the company, so it failed to meet my expectations.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sally Nice ceiling fan light!
We purchased the tidewater fan for our patio and then decided to add a light for the nights we are out on the patio later in the evening. It's not super bright but it provides enough light when we are outside after dark and/or company is over.
I didn't want a real bright light that would draw in bugs but it is still sufficient lighting. We have a 14 x 24 foot patio but usually only gather on the lighted side after dark.
The installation was quick and the price was good too.
June 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by randall NOT a perfect fit
Purchased 3 of these to install on 3 Hunter Mariner outdoor fans, which they are supposed to fit. However, upon installation I found that there is unsufficent clearance between the top mounting part of the light and the fan pull switch, which causes the installed light to be lopsided. None of the gaskets/spacers solved this issue, You would think Hunter would include the appropriate parts, or better yet design a light that correctly fits the fan. Found a couple of other reviews that identified this problem.
June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by lag POOR FIT ON MATCHING FAN AND LIGHT ASSEMBLEY
Doesn't fit the matching fan! Numerous calls(6^) to Hunter and no real solution. After two weeks of dealing with hunter to resolve the problem. I Made a spacer that would solve the problem and mounted the light assembly to the fan. It works, why hunter sells a light to match a fan that doesn't mount up correctly is bad news. They finally shipped two gaskets as a spacer, wrong color. The fan and light assembly are white and they sent BLACK gaskets as a spacer.
July 21, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by srq works fine, but doesn't really fit the Mariner light it's paired with
This "Marine II" model light is clearly intended to go with the "Mariner" fan unit, but the reality doesn't match the sell job. The fan unit is high-quality, metal, a good paint job. The light housing is plastic. It does match color of the fan unit, though I suspect the plastic will discolor differently with age than the metal on the fan. Worse is that the light kit does not really fit to the Mariner fan unit because it hits the cylinder (which is actually the nut that holds the pull-chain device in place) where the pull-chain exits the fan. I could only make it work by using a Dremel tool to cut down the pull-chain's cylinder/nut.
It would take very little to get this right, but they got it wrong.
December 15, 2015