Model # 34891

Internet #202073589

Hampton Bay Sidewinder 54 in. Indoor Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Wall Control
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Hampton Bay

Sidewinder 54 in. Indoor Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Wall Control

  • Transitional bronze fan with 5 blades in a medium maple finish
  • Integrated light kit with excavation glass
  • Standard and sloped ceiling mounting
Was  $279.00
$19530 /each

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Product Overview

  • Transitional bronze fan with 5 blades in a medium maple finish
  • Integrated light kit with excavation glass
  • Standard and sloped ceiling mounting
Add an updated look to your transitional decor with the Hampton Bay Sidewinder 54 in. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan. This 3-speed fan features five blades to help move air efficiently with quiet, wobble-free operation. The light kit offers excavation glass in a dome-style, while a wall control provides independent light and speed controls. Uses one 100-Watt mini-candelabra halogen bulb (included).

Product Overview

  • Transitional bronze fan with 5 blades in a medium maple finish
  • Integrated light kit with excavation glass
  • Standard and sloped ceiling mounting
Model #: 34891
Internet #: 202073589

Add an updated look to your transitional decor with the Hampton Bay Sidewinder 54 in. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan. This 3-speed fan features five blades to help move air efficiently with quiet, wobble-free operation. The light kit offers excavation glass in a dome-style, while a wall control provides independent light and speed controls. Uses one 100-Watt mini-candelabra halogen bulb (included).

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Name Sidewinder 54 in. Indoor Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Wall Control Arctic Sky 54 in. Indoor Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control Luxe Eco 54 in. Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan Southtowne 54 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan
Brand Hampton Bay Hampton Bay Emerson Emerson
Ratings (267) (15) (0) (0)
Mounting Options Standard Standard Standard Standard
Damp/Wet Rating Dry Dry Dry Dry
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Included Downrod Included,Light Kit Included Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Wall Control Included Downrod Included,Hardware Included,Light Kit Included,Wall Control Included
Features Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor DC Motor,Reversible Motor Reversible Blades,Reversible Motor
Ceiling Fan Width (in.) 54 54 54 54
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
52 in
Assembled Height (in.)
14 in
Assembled Width (in.)
52 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
54
Distance from Ceiling to Bottom of Fan (In.)
19
Downrod Length (in.)
3.5
Fan Blade Length (In.)
25.59
Fan Blade Width (In.)
6.69

Details

Airflow (CFM)
5600
Blade Color Family
Brown
Bulb Type
Halogen
Bulb wattage (watts)
100
Color Family
Bronze
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry
Dimmable
No
Downrod Included
Yes
Dual Fan Heads
No
Fan Blade Material
Plywood
Fan Blade Material
Plywood
Features
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Glass Style
Frosted
Housing Color Family
Bronze
Included
Downrod Included,Light Kit Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
Candelabra
Light Bulb Type Included
Halogen
Light Bulbs Included
Yes
Light Type
Integrated
Motor Speed (RPM)
170
Mounting Options
Standard
Number of Blades
5
Number of Speeds
3
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
27.56lb
Pull Chain
No
Quick Connect Fan-Blade System
No
Remote Control
No
Returnable
90-Day
Reverse Airflow
Yes
Reversible Two-Sided Blades
No
Room Type
Large Room (12ft x 12ft to 18ft x 18ft)
Timer
No

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Motor Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
52 in
Assembled Height (in.)
14 in
Assembled Width (in.)
52 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
54
Distance from Ceiling to Bottom of Fan (In.)
19
Downrod Length (in.)
3.5
Fan Blade Length (In.)
25.59
Fan Blade Width (In.)
6.69

Details

Airflow (CFM)
5600
Blade Color Family
Brown
Bulb Type
Halogen
Bulb wattage (watts)
100
Color Family
Bronze
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry
Dimmable
No
Downrod Included
Yes
Dual Fan Heads
No
Fan Blade Material
Plywood
Fan Blade Material
Plywood
Features
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Glass Style
Frosted
Housing Color Family
Bronze
Included
Downrod Included,Light Kit Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
Candelabra
Light Bulb Type Included
Halogen
Light Bulbs Included
Yes
Light Type
Integrated
Motor Speed (RPM)
170
Mounting Options
Standard
Number of Blades
5
Number of Speeds
3
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
27.56lb
Pull Chain
No
Quick Connect Fan-Blade System
No
Remote Control
No
Returnable
90-Day
Reverse Airflow
Yes
Reversible Two-Sided Blades
No
Room Type
Large Room (12ft x 12ft to 18ft x 18ft)
Timer
No

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Motor Warranty

Questions & Answers

What size of bulb is in this ceiling fan

Thanks
Asked by: Me
Its a halogen bulb.
Answered by: Karen
Date published: 2017-09-29

Can LED bulbs be used ?

Can a LED bulbs used in this fan
Asked by: Jag
I did some extensive searching on this and didn't find any LED bulbs that would be an equivalent brightness to the halogen it comes with that would fit. That being said, I have discovered it is possible to change the fan to be LED, but you have to be willing to remove the socket for the halogen bulb. There's a product called Silverlite that is an LED retrofit module/kit that works perfectly for this fan. You will have to do some wiring but, it's not too extensive and really doesn't require much know-how. I'm going to write a review that details how I installed these. If you do a search for Silverlite on Google it should come up, but I got mine through Amazon. They make a few different colors and sizes, and they are dimmable. I went with the 5.5" version because it was slightly brighter than the halogen the fan came with. Unfortunately that size requires either mounting on the inside of the detachable glass bowl or trimming the LED mounting brackets to fit where the halogen bulb socket is mounted (I recommend the first option). Also be aware that I'm not using the fan's included dimmer via the remote. I'm using a light switch dimmer and have bypassed the dimmer module in the fan. If you're using the fan's dimmer, you may get buzzing at dimmed levels but I was getting that with the halogen too.
Answered by: TimIA
Date published: 2017-06-03

Can you confirm you cannot reverse the fan direction from the remote or a switch?

My living room has a 15 foot ceiling and I want to confirm the reverse motor function can only be completed via the manual switch on the fan. I would prefer not to need an extension later to change the direction.
Asked by: KO
I bought 2 of these about 10 years ago. The instructions with the original remote that came with the fan stated something like you had to depress the either the Fan Auto or Fan Timer button for several seconds to reverse the direction of the fan rotation. There was no dedicated button on those remotes. It was very frustrating and both fans seldom worked without multiple attempts. I recorded the dip switches positions and used a Hampton Bay remote for one of my Windward III fans that had a dedicated button to reverse the fan by matching the dip switches and have been able to reverse the Sidewinders with no problems. Restore the dip switch positions and use the remotes on the other fans.
Answered by: Vinegaroon
Date published: 2017-08-20

Can this fan be used in a covered screend in porch

Can this fan be used in a covered screend in porch
Asked by: 65impalaman
This fans use is not for an area where it can get wet. It is not electrically wired in an area that has the potential to get wet.
Answered by: Jamblu
Date published: 2017-11-06
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Customer Reviews

Sidewinder 54 in. Indoor Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Wall Control is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 267.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The fan arrived a day early, looks and performs great. Instructions were clear but I assembled th... The fan arrived a day early, looks and performs great. Instructions were clear but I assembled things in a slightly different order. The product quality is also excellent with one minor exception. One of the blade holders rubbed against the motor housing when spinning so I had to grind it down slightly. Finally, I was somewhat disappointed to find a remote (which must be used) without a battery and had to make a road trip back to Home Depot. However, I was pleasantly surprised by my local PINEVILLE NC Home Depot, who gave me the battery. Please add the buck for a battery into the purchase price and save me the trip.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I've had two of these fans installed in our family room for several years now. I was on here loo... I've had two of these fans installed in our family room for several years now. I was on here looking for a new fan for my sons room and came across this and decided to finally leave a review. The negatives are both fans made a lot of noise when running at the medium and high setting. There are nice and quiet when on low. Some reviewers are correct in that the glass for the light cover is difficult to remove. The upside for me (which is why I gave two stars) is that the fans do look nice, they are remote controlled and the light is dimmable. Unfortunately by the time i realized they were noisy I had already thrown out the boxes. Rookie mistake!
Date published: 2017-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice looking fan. Very quiet and perfect for larger bedrooms. Moves lots of air (can actually be ... Nice looking fan. Very quiet and perfect for larger bedrooms. Moves lots of air (can actually be felt!). Only thing I would improve are the blades as they feel like cardboard and mark easy. Overall easy to assemble and install (No more difficult than any other fan I have assembled and installed). The light is sufficient but not our only source. Very happy, would buy again. Definitely recommend.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Attractive fan. Bought 2 fans; one for living room and the other for the master bedroom. We would... Attractive fan. Bought 2 fans; one for living room and the other for the master bedroom. We would recommend the fans because they are lovely, modern and the air flow is optimal for the size of the rooms. However, after only 3 months of use, the remote control for our living room fan is not controlling the 3-speed fan function and the light is fluctuating from dim to bright. Furthermore, the red light on the remote stays illuminated - Attempted to gently clean the remote and replace the battery. No joy! Now we have to purchase a replacement remote for 29.00+ . . .
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wish this fan had a normal sized bulb or multiple sockets to allow easy conversion to LED. Other ... Wish this fan had a normal sized bulb or multiple sockets to allow easy conversion to LED. Other then that, my only issue is that I wish the fan could have even less of a drop. With the drop it has, you get a fairly large shadow on the ceiling so you don't get as much of a perception of brightness from the reflection of light off the pure white ceiling. Minor issue for me because it was easily bright enough to fill my 13'x16' room with light. I've had two of these fans installed for two years now. The motor is great. Quiet and no vibrations. Love the look. Recently on the of light bulbs burnt out, so I decided it was time to really do some more research on converting them to LED. I knew just a direct bulb wasn't going to have enough lumen output, so I started looking for alternatives. I ended up finding Silverlite retrofit LED kits on Amazon. They're UL listed, they offer the necessary brightness, good light temperature/color, and they are dimmable. After taking the bowl off the light and doing some measuring, I decided to order the 5.5" Silverlite LED to make sure I wasn't losing any brightness. Ok, so here's the procedure for converting the fan. I'm going to assume you've already mounted the fan and are using the halogen bulb... If you're going to use the fan's control module skip all the way to step 12 because you won't even need to remove the fan from the ceiling. 1. Ensure no power is going to the fan. 2. Remove the glass bowl by rotating counter-clockwise and pulling down. Set to the side for later. Also remove the halogen bulb (recommend using gloves for this so you don't get skin oils on the bulb). 3. Remove the trim from the ceiling mount (you only need to remove one of the screws). 4. Disconnect the blue, white, and black wires from the control module, and the green wire from the house ground wire. There's no need to remove the control module from the house wiring. Just pull it out of the housing so you can slip the fan's half ball out of the mount. 5. Remove half-ball from the down rod (loosen one screw, drop the hall-ball down, remove pin, and pull off). With the mount removed, set the 3 trim pieces aside. 6. Remove the downrod by removing the center pin and loosening the two screws. This is where I'd recommend you stop disassembly. At this point, if you're not going to use the fan's remote control dimmer module then there's no point is disassembling any more. Skip to the alternate step 7 if you're going to use a standard wall switch for the light. It's also good to have 14-3 wire ran to the fan here so you can control the fan and light separately from the wall, but I know this may not be an option for people so for them, continue on... If you're keeping the fan's light control module in use skip steps 7-10 7. Remove both downrod screws and then 6 screws from a black plate on the top of the fan housing. At this point, the black plate, top cover, and another metal protector plate can be lifted off. 8. Remove the screw holding on what appears to be a large, square black capacitor. This will allow you to get to the wires behind it. At this point, one of my fans required that I cut a cable tie to separate the wires and the other did not. 9. If you're keeping the dimmer module, clip the black wire with the braided jack so it's long enough for you to strip and crimp a connector on (for me it was about 2-2.5"). Otherwise just clip that wire close to the butt connector where it joins with a blue wire. 10. If removing the dimmer module, clip the blue wire that comes from downrod at the butt connector where it joined to a red wire going to the dimmer module. With that disconnected, the dimmer module is no longer powered (the white/neutral line isn't enough to provide it power so I left it intact). Now use a butt connector or connector of your choice to join the blue wire from the downrod to the black wire with the braided jacket. 11. Secure all the wires using a cable tie to prevent possible noises. Then reinstall the black capacitor box, metal top guard, fan housing, and black plate. Secure with the 6 screws previously removed. Reinstall the downrod with the two screws and pin, the 3 trim pieces, and the half-ball mount with the pin and screw. At this point, if you're comfortable working overhead, hang the fan back up and reconnect everything. To control the LED light separately just make sure to connect the blue wire to the house wiring rather than the remote module... 12. Remove the halogen bulb socket. There is one screw holding it in. Then clip the white and black wire close to the socket. 13. Remove two screws from the back of the glass bowl. Once they're remove the bracket will come off and the glass will slide away from the metal back. 14. Place the retrofit LED disk in the exact center of the metal back of the glass bowl such that the LEDs will be pointed toward the glass. Make sure it's as centered as you can get it, and then drill 1/16" holes in the mounting locations. With small pilot holes drilled it will be easier to fasten the disk to the metal back using the screws that come with the LED disk. If you feel like they extend too far past the back of the metal back/mount use a pair of side cutters to trim them a bit. 15. Reinstall the glass bowl and bracket that holds it in place. 16. I used a eye-hole crimp connector on the ground wire, but you can simply twist and create a hook with the wire as well. Secure the ground to the fan by screwing it into the place where the halogen bulb socket was removed. 17. Connect the white and black wires on the LED disk to the white and black wire trimmed from the bulb socket. You can use butt connectors or something else. I prefer bullet style connectors and then use electrical tape for additional protection. 18. Now you're ready to reinstall the glass bowl on the fan (and hang it if you haven't already done that). Alternative step 7 (this is my preference). 7. Remove the halogen socket from the fan by removing the one screw and clipping the wires going to it. 8. Cap the wires from the bulb socket (two butt connectors work well for this). 9. Run a wire from the top of the fan down the center tube. It may be difficult and could take a couple tries, but it will come out where the bulb socket was. 10. Make the wires on the LED disk longer, you'll probably want 10-12" more but that depends on how long your downrod is. I would recommend using stranded 14 gauge wire (I think the disk may be using 16 gauge wire itself though, I used 14 to be safe) and soldiering it to make the extra length. The covering the soldier with heat shrink... 11. Mount the LED disk to the glass bowl as described in steps 13-14 above. 12. Secure the wires from the LED to the wire you put through the middle (several wraps of electrical tape should be enough to hold it), and then pull the wires through the fan. 13. If you didn't run the green wire up through the fan, secure it where the bulb socket was removed. 14. Replace the glass bowl on the fan. 15. Hang the fan back up and wire everything like it was previously, but connect the LED's wires directly to the house wiring. DONE! Now the fan has a brighter and WAY more efficient LED light! For me it took me nearly an hour and a half to do each fan, but I stupidly decided that I wanted to mount the LED disk on the fan and not inside the glass bowl. I can tell you it is possible to do (see the pictures), but I don't recommend it because you have to completely trim off the mounting brackets from the LED disk and relocate the ground wire. The trim has to be nearly perfect (meaning exactly with the plastic cover on the LED disk) and mounted perfectly center so the glass bowl can be reinstalled. I was able to do this using a Dremel and cut off wheel, but man... it was a pain. One other difference you'll probably see in my pictures is that I ran the wires for the disk to the wiring inside the fan. I did this because the braided wires from the bulb socket were damaged (I had wondered why the bulb flickered after I checked it once). I assume the electrician that installed it damaged it when he put the fan together. I've had to fix a few electrical things in the house since it was built... Anyway, we've had the Silverlites installed for almost a week now and I have to say we're liking the brighter, more even light they're providing. I hope my experience has helped someone...
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Electronics for Remote System Shortly after purchasing this expensive fan. The remote or receiver failed intermittently. The code was checked and the battery; as well as, the antenna was checked . The receiver ( I assume) finally totally failed and no longer works, The motor has a lifetime warrantee but nothing else does. Hampton bay will not replace the electronics, it's up to the owner to re-purchase electronics that fail prematurely. Typically fans with pull chains can last 15-20 years or more. Add fancy electronics to them and they become disposable. Now the lifetime fan is worth nothing since it no longet works. Way to go Hampton Bay.
Date published: 2014-07-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great fan not so great lightning If you are looking for a contemporary ceiling fan this is the fan for you. If you are depending on the light fixture portion of this ceiling fan to provide sufficient light for a room, this is NOT the ceiling fan for you. The lighting on this ceiling fan is substandard, dem and less then adequate for reading. Even at its brightest setting it's still dem. Not worth the money spent.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hampton bay sidewinder 54in Nice design and easy to install. The fan runs very quietly, easy remote operations managing fan speed, turning off and on, lights dim nicely. I'm very satisfied with this product. YouTube has an installation video for similar model. If you are not mechnically inclined i would recommend hiring an electrician. However i do recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-05-23
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