Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 193
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by hot Universal 3-speed ceiling dimmable remote & receiver
The remote is a visual tool & can not be used in the dark at the bedside. At night you need to turn on a light to see the pad to turn on the fan at a select setting.
With my last remote, at my bedside, I could feel the different settings in the dark & turn on the fan at a select setting without having to see the pad visually or turn on a light.
The remote dims the lights & shuts off, but when pressed again to turn the lights on, it turns on dim.
This is worthless.
Hunter fan people recommended this remote over the phone to replace my last remote. It is a poor substitute from my previous 3 speed dimmable ceiling fan remote.
August 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hurwizzle Remote
Although I have very little experience working with electrical wires and connections, I was considering attempting the install anyway since the company advertises an easy install; however, I had some trouble figuring out how to get into my fan's electronics, so I ended up hiring an electrician to come help. The install took him maybe 30 minutes, but most of that time was spent figuring out my fan, not the remote.
Other than that, the remote has been working how I expected it would: I push its buttons, and things happen with my fan.
August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by goodfoottoo Great device, can even be put in your pocket, just make sure to put it back when you are done!
I should have known that it would come to this, since almost everything can be remotely controlled! It is a very nice feature, however, especially if you are entering a room without a wall switch (like my living room); I can just touch the remote that is placed at the same height as a light switch on my wall as I enter my living room and the light comes on! I can also touch one of the speeds on the remote and the fan turns on, speeds up or down, depending upon what I touched. I think it is a great innovation, and had one installed for my ceiling fan in my kitchen. I am also seriously considering remotes for the ceiling fans in my bedroom and my sister's bedroom as we are both disabled and it can be difficult, sometimes, to get up and change fan or light settings when we aren't feeling well.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rich makes the fan convenient to use location of placement a little vague
the instructions are a little vague about the placement of the remote in the fan abetter picture would help
August 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by alice THIS WORKS VERY WELL
This worked well for our needs. We have two fans that do not have wall switches. This solved the problem. Not only can we turn the fan and light on and off, we can also dim the lights.
August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jimmies NOT for Harbor Breeze!!!
Directions were good, but the receiver does not fit in the canopy or ceiling electrical box. Of course I read the reviews after the purchase, went by the recommendation of the "knowledgeable Home Depot employee"!
August 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Solace Don't buy
I installed the product as the directions stated. The device left wires hanging as it wouldn't allow space to push the wires in the ceiling box. Remote wouldn't allow fan and lights to be controlled separately. To turn the lights off the entire fan had to be shut off and restarted each time.
July 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by BleedOrange DO NOT USE FOR MULTIPLE FANS WITHIN 40'
Individual units install fine and function well. The packaging advertises that it can be paired to individual fans. However after installing two units in the adjacent rooms one remote will override the other and control both fans. I returned the unit and bought another but the same result. This seems to be because the manufacturers have abandoned the old dip switches which allows the user to choose a discrete code and has instead adopted a "Bluetooth" pairing method. I can only tell you when I returned to Home Depot to pick up my second unit the majority of packages were opened after customers had returned them. All transmit at 434 mz. Additionally the plastic pronge wall-mount for this small remote is extremely cheap and I can't see how it won't last more than a year. If you're looking to control one individual fan and have a delicate touch for the remote this may last you one or two years but be ready to buy the wafer battery instead of the standard AA. FfPro Installer.
January 21, 2016