With classic oil rubbed bronze finish, 5 brown rattan blades, and a white alabaster glass light fixture, this Westinghouse Lighting Calisto 52 in. Indoor Oil Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan will add a tropical touch to any room. Suitable for rooms over 400 sq. ft. (20 ft. x 20 ft.) with standard 8 ft. ceilings, this fan features a 153 mm x 20 mm cold-rolled steel motor with a triple capacitor for powerfully effective yet quiet air circulation. Three fan speeds (high/medium/low) and a reversible switch help keep you comfortable all year round. The ceiling fan provides airflow of up to 4,608 CFM. It is rated to operate at 67 watts at high speed (without lights), which gives it an airflow efficiency rating of 69 CFM/watt. (As a comparison, 49 in. to 60 in. ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 CFM/watt at high speed.) The Calisto is remote control adaptable and comes with everything you need for installation, including a 3/4 in. x 4 in. (D x L) down rod, a 78 in. lead wire, and 2 candelabra-base 60-watt torpedo light bulbs. It is backed by a lifetime motor warranty and a 2-year warranty on all other parts.
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- 5 brown rattan blades create a tropical aesthetic; 11-degree blade pitch increases air movement
- 2-light kit with white alabaster glass bowl provides soft illumination
- 3 speeds and reversible switch keep you comfortable all year round
- Oil rubbed bronze finish complements traditional and contemporary design
- Designed for interior use
- Uses (2) candelabra-base 60 watt torpedo light bulbs (included)
- 4 in. down rod with 3/4 in. diameter
- 153 mm x 20 mm cold-rolled steel motor with triple capacitor provides powerful, quiet air circulation
- Airflow: 4,608 CFM; electricity use: 67 watts; airflow efficiency: 69 CFM/watt
- Great room: room size over 20 ft. x 20 ft. with blade size of 52 in.
- Includes everything you need for easy installation
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