Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ABC123 what I spent weeks looking for "spotlight" to attach to ceiling fan.
I had a similar fan/ light in another house & wanted one in my new home. I put it in my kitchen to direct the light where I needed it. I love a super bright light when I am working in the kitchen. After installing I discovered I can use just two of the spotlights if that is all I need.
Had multiple electricial jobs so I hired an electrician.
August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Will Great light kit!
Great light kit and one of kind. Very easy installation. I think it's the only one out of hundreds of light kits that supports mini spots.
June 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Frank Too bright for my living room.
I installed this fan light kit in my living room. It seemed like a good idea to direct light in four directions. What I found was that with four 60 watt equivalent LED light bulbs the directed light was too bright and glaring. Though I had a dimmer, the only way to spread enough light was at full power.
So, I bought another light at Home Depot and switched it out. This time I bought a very nice 12 in. Oil Burnished Bronze Ceiling Fan Light Kit (Model #203172769) with a frosted glass shade. No more glare. It uses three 60 watt candelabra bulbs (that could be better described on the website). It's much easier on the eyes and sufficiently lights up the large living room.
December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dave great fan light
Nice compliment to my fan and easy to install. The toggle lighting, allowing the use of two primary, two alternate or all four lights it a nice feature. The online ordering process and timely delivery was perfect.
November 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CUPCAKE LIGHT
WAS SUPPOSE TO BE BRONZE AND CAME OUT BLACK BUT I WILL USE ANYWAY.
September 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MVMC TroposAir 463 Spotlight Fan Light Kit & TroposAirProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Outdoor Ceiling Fan
This review pertains to two products purchased and used together.
1) TroposAirProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Ceiling Fan (Model # 88803; Internet # 204153925)
2) TroposAir463 Spotlight Oil Rubbed Bronze Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan Light (Model # 651; Internet # 204320510)
Since these two items both carry the TroposAir brand, naturally I assumed they were compatible and could be used together (not quite right).
The fan light kit (advertised as TroposAir463 brand) came to me branded as a Gulf Coast Fans product (Oldsmar, Florida).
The good news is that the Oiled Bronze color on each item (fan and light kit) matched perfectly.
The bad news is that the light kit did not include the necessary mating connector to attach to the quick-disconnect plug on the bottom of the fan unit. I had to cut off the quick-disconnect plug and hard wire the light kit to the fan using crimp-style butt connectors. I did this on the work bench before hanging the fan so the job was not very diffcult.
All the other ceiling fans I've installed allow you to install the fan blades as the last step (after the fan unit is hung on its ceiling bracket and wired into the ceiling box; this allows you to hang the fan without the nuisance of working around 5 long blades). But NOT THIS FAN.
After I made the necessary custom wiring connections to mate the Gulf Coast Fans light kit to the TroposAir Fan unit, I hung the fan/light assembly and made all the ceiling electrical connections. THEN I find out that the blades on this fan CANNOT be attached to the motor with the light kit installed. The light kit obscures the access hole used for the fan attachment screws.
So with the fan attached to the ceiling, I had to unscrew and lower the light kit (which had to be held by another person since the light kit was hard wired to the fan at this time). This step was required to gain access to a sheet metal cutout to insert a screwdriver in the right place to install the fan blade screws to the motor assembly.
The only other way to do this would be to install the fan blades before the fan is hung on the ceiling bracket and try to work around the five long blades as you wired up the fan to the ceiling box. Then the light kit would have to be installed with the fan hanging from the ceiling (which would not be a bad job IF THE QUICK DISCONNECT mating connector was attached to the light kit wiring, which it was not). It would then be a 2-person job to install this light kit with the fan already on the ceiling since there was no mating connector attached to the light kit wiring.
Either way, the installation was harder than it should have been (no connector on the light kit wiring and the fan design requires the blades to be attached BEFORE the light kit).
October 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DBCOO Good for the price
The site is a little had to use but, the light kit is good for the money and am very happy with it.
September 30, 2014