Model # 55295

Internet #100036046

Store SKU #523127

Hampton Bay Windward II 54 in. Indoor Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control
0082392552954

Hampton Bay

Windward II 54 in. Indoor Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control

  • Includes light kit with frosted white glass shade
  • Tri-mount installation
  • Energy Star certified

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Product Overview

  • Includes light kit with frosted white glass shade
  • Tri-mount installation
  • Energy Star certified
The Hampton Bay Windward II Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan features a stylish, frosted white dome light and a designer brushed steel finish for a true modern flair. A handy remote control allows you to operate this fan from up to 20 ft. away and includes a memory function for remembering your favorite settings. The triple capacitor speed control and powerful motor offer superior air movement and a whisper-quiet operation. Uses one 30-Watt fluorescent circline bulb (included).

Product Overview

  • Includes light kit with frosted white glass shade
  • Tri-mount installation
  • Energy Star certified
Model #: 55295
Sku #: 523127
Internet #: 100036046

The Hampton Bay Windward II Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan features a stylish, frosted white dome light and a designer brushed steel finish for a true modern flair. A handy remote control allows you to operate this fan from up to 20 ft. away and includes a memory function for remembering your favorite settings. The triple capacitor speed control and powerful motor offer superior air movement and a whisper-quiet operation. Uses one 30-Watt fluorescent circline bulb (included).

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Brand Hampton Bay Hampton Bay Hampton Bay Hampton Bay
Ratings (36) (58) (15) (139)
Mounting Options Standard Angled,Standard Standard Angled,Flush,Standard
Damp/Wet Rating Dry Dry Dry Dry
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Included Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included
Features Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor Light Kit Compatible,Quick Install,Reversible Motor Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor
Ceiling Fan Width (in.) 54 54 54 54
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
54 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.1 in
Assembled Width (in.)
54 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
54
Downrod Length (in.)
4.5
Fan Blade Length (In.)
22.8
Fan Blade Width (In.)
5.3

Details

Airflow (CFM)
7506
Blade Color Family
Black
Bulb wattage (watts)
30
Color Family
Stainless Steel
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry
Downrod Included
Yes
Dual Fan Heads
No
Fan Blade Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Features
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
Brushed Steel
Glass Style
Frosted
Housing Color Family
Black
Included
Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Type Included
Fluorescent
Light Type
Globes
Motor Speed (RPM)
195
Mounting Options
Angled,Flush,Standard
Number of Blades
5
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
25.3 lb
Pull Chain
No
Remote Control
Yes
Returnable
90-Day
Reverse Airflow
Yes
Reversible Two-Sided Blades
No
Timer
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

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

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
54 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.1 in
Assembled Width (in.)
54 in
Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
54
Downrod Length (in.)
4.5
Fan Blade Length (In.)
22.8
Fan Blade Width (In.)
5.3

Details

Airflow (CFM)
7506
Blade Color Family
Black
Bulb wattage (watts)
30
Color Family
Stainless Steel
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry
Downrod Included
Yes
Dual Fan Heads
No
Fan Blade Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Features
Light Kit Compatible,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color/Finish
Brushed Steel
Glass Style
Frosted
Housing Color Family
Black
Included
Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Light Kit Included,Remote Control Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Type Included
Fluorescent
Light Type
Globes
Motor Speed (RPM)
195
Mounting Options
Angled,Flush,Standard
Number of Blades
5
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
25.3 lb
Pull Chain
No
Remote Control
Yes
Returnable
90-Day
Reverse Airflow
Yes
Reversible Two-Sided Blades
No
Timer
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

Remote control is not working even after changing the batteries. where can I get a repalcement

upc 082392552954 (523-127/Brushed Nickle)
Asked by: bill
Its right in the home depot site under the "collections" tab. Its 40 dollars plus tax.
Answered by: Chrisdr2001
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the size of the round bulb for the Windward in ceiling fan. I have broken 4 of my 8" round bulbs to replace burned out one?

Asked by: 81Dad
I purchased from Light Bulb Depot a DAMAR FC9T9/830 30 watt 3000k circline lamp that works great. It was difficult getting the numbers needed from HB and I am not sure why. Just make sure it is indeed a nine inch bulb.
Answered by: rb
Date published: 2016-11-27

Are the blades wood or plastic?

Asked by: Kora
Thay are abs plastic.
Answered by: red
Date published: 2016-07-18

The bulb that came in fan is not bright enough. Can we replace bulb with LED circline (higher lum...

The bulb that came in fan is not bright enough. Can we replace bulb with LED circline (higher lumens) that is lower or equal wattage?
Asked by: gompol
Yes you can as long as it will fit. and the led driver can mount in the middle. This will require removal of the ballast. And replacing it with the led driver. But keep in mind do not exceed 25 watt draw. as you may overload the remote receiver curcits.
Answered by: red
Date published: 2017-01-16
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Customer Reviews

Windward II 54 in. Indoor Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 139.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fan works great, lighting has problems for multiple users I love the fan (except the lighting issues) and the remote. It is quiet and blows a lot of air with ease. The lighting is a big issue with these fans. Mine stopped working completely an hour after I turned the fan on the first time. The lights began flickering really erratically even when turned off, then they completely quit working. I called the phone number on the warranty card provided. They said there was a known issue with the receiver and they would send me a "newer updated one". When I received it in the mail it actually had an older build date than the one that came with the fan. And it is not better. However I did get the lights working but it wasn't the receiver that went bad. After I installed the new receiver the lights still didn't work. So I had to start diagnosing wiring and see where the power loss was. Turns out when the lights flickered the first time it blew the tiny fuse in the light assembly capsule (located between the bulbs). I replaced the fuse, and of course the fan didn't come with spares. The lights function fine now as far as switching on and off. The really erratic flickering has stopped but the subtle flicker of the lights when the fan is on low is there..... just like the other reviews have stated. I took a picture of where to find the fuse and attached it to this review. Another reviewer had also noted that changing the fuse helped their lighting issues. The fuse is in a black plastic fuse holder under the metal cap between the light bulbs. Others have said there is now way to fit the receiver in the bowl at the top of the fan (at the ceiling) mine fit in no problem. It is a tight fit, but it fits just fine.
Date published: 2012-07-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought several of these and they were okay for awhile but gradually the motor got slower and sl... I bought several of these and they were okay for awhile but gradually the motor got slower and slower and began making so much noise that we could not talk over the racket. The store would not honor the warranty despite by having the original receipt. They made me call some Hampton Bay number (they own this company) which gave me the run around. SO THE WARRANTY IS USELESS. YOU MIGHT AS WELL LINE YOUR BIRD CAGE WITH IT. I tried to upload a video of the noisy fan but they don't accept mpeg.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Windward II 54 in. fan installed to replace an old 44 in. single incandescent bulb fan I installed this Windward II fan to replace an old, basic, 4 blade, single incandescent bulb fan that was about 10 years old and made noise. I rated this fan excellent in every category except for ease of installation. The drawback I found with the ease of installation part was that for flush mount, you have to get the electrical box perfectly level because the fan mounting can't compensate for being out of level. If was standard mount (hanging from the small downrod that is included in the box), it would be naturally self-leveling. Since I flush mounted mine in an old-work situation, and the ceiling had been plastered over a few times, and wasn't quite level itself, I had to shim the fan mount the box slightly to make it perfectly level. I understand that there isn't much they can do about this, because it's the nature of the beast when flush mounting, but I spent 1/2 of my time during the install trying to get the old-work ceiling fan box brace to sit more level, and then when that failed, shimming the fan mount a little to get a level fan. That being said, I installed a 2015 Windward IV 52" fan last year, and the remote control receiver for that fan was a separate piece, and even though I read before installing that one, in a bunch of Home Depot reviews, that they had put the receiver in backwards, and then couldn't get the canopy cover over it, I DID THE SAME THING! lol. In this fan, the 2016 Windward II, the remote control receiver was already installed in the fan motor housing. This sped up wiring everything tremendously. You just had to connect 1 black and 1 white wire from the fan motor housing to your home wiring, and ground everything. The light kit, naturally, came with wires pre-terminated with snap together plugs, so that was as simple as plugging the wires together. As far as a review of the fan itself, naturally, the Windward II blows the old, cheapo fan out of the water. The motor is very quiet-you hear the air whooshing by from the fan blades much, much more than the motor itself. I don't see any wobble to the fan at all, but then again, with it being flush mount and bolted right to the fan box, I'm not really sure how much wobble would be seen if it was out of balance. Compared to the 52 in Winward IV I installed in an almost identical room last year, the 54" Winward II wins hands down. From the specs, the 54" winward II blows 7500 cfm of air compared to a little over 6000 cfm for the 52" one. It looks to me like the fan blades are about the same length, or close to it, but the center section, or light kit is wider, which moves the blades out more. The big difference is in the light kit. The winward IV had 2 23 watt gu-24 cfl bulbs. The light output was a little dim, and I had to use lamps in the room to augment the ceiling fan light. Other reviewers said the same thing. This Winward II fan, however, came with a 30 watt CFL circle bulb. I'm not a fan of having an odd size bulb, especially since there is only one of them (so if it burns out suddenly, you're in the dark!), but this fan throws out a lot more light, and a lot more evenly than the winward IV fan. They should retrofit this style of light kit to the Winward IV. My only wish here, of course, was that the light was an LED. With LED's light output and longevity, I think all ceiling fans should come with them. CFL's were great when they were first out, but LED's should be sending them the way of the 8 track immediately! My other worry about this fan is the remote control receiver. Since there are no manual controls for the fan, if the remote receiver fails, since it was installed in the motor housing right out of the box, it may be more difficult, or impossible to replace if it fails. And the fan will be dead in the water until you get the remote receiver replaced! Too make this fan "perfect" for my needs, I wish it had a decent LED light kit, had an access slot for the remote receiver, in case it ever needed to be replaced, it could be done easily, and be offered in 56", or more. All together, the selection of fans 56" or bigger is never very good, and if you look at the sizing recommendations for ceiling fans, most rooms could probably use a fan around 56" or so.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great looking remote controlled fan that moves air really well with lots of nice features. This is a Stylish looking fan that moves air really well. The fan is remote controlled and the remote has several nice features that include programmed temperature control and reverse air flow. The only negatives I have noticed are that the 30W light kit is a little dim and the remote control unit does not have much operating range, maybe 10 feet max. I also noticed that if the remote is taken outside of the maximum operating range the remote stops working and has to be reset by turning the power switch off and back on while the remote is within the maximum operating range. I am not sure if this anomaly is due to possible weak batteries.
Date published: 2011-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fan! Blows a lot of air. Very nice looking. Extremely happy with it and the price was dec... Great fan! Blows a lot of air. Very nice looking. Extremely happy with it and the price was decent.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had no problems putting this fan together and installing, Puts out a lot of air on high setting. Had no problems putting this fan together and installing, Puts out a lot of air on high setting.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised. Easy to install.... Works as advertised. Easy to install.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great looking, quality fan Ordered on-line. Prompt service to the door. This the second fan I have purchased from the Windward series over the years and it didn't disappoint. Quality construction and appearance. Easy installation. The one caveat about this fan, like many of its style (without multiple bulbs), it doesn't throw adequate light for a bedroom of any size. For us, it's a secondary source of light in the room, supplementing recessed LED's that are the primary source.
Date published: 2012-10-09
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