Internet #306653337

Model #20029

Emswell 52 in. LED Mediterranean Bronze Ceiling Fan with Light Kit Works with Google Assistant and Alexa

  • BOND Makes Your Ceiling Fan a Smart Home device with no rewiring
  • Dimmable, integrated LED light kit (no bulbs to replace)
  • Ceiling fan and bond hub ship separately
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
52 in
Assembled Height (in.)
14.6 in
Assembled Width (in.)
52 in
Downrod Length (in.)
4.5
Fan Blade Length (In.)
19.92
Fan Blade Span (in.)
52
Fan Blade Width (In.)
5.98

Details

Airflow (CFM)
4276
Blade Color
Cherry;Walnut
Blade Color Family
Medium Brown,Medium Brown
Blade Color Family
Cherry,Walnut
Ceiling Fan Size
Medium
Ceiling Fan Type
Basic
Color Family
Bronze
Color Temperature
Warm White
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Compatible Bulb Type
Integrated LED
Control Type Included
Smart Hub Included
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry Rated
Fan Blade Material
Plywood
Features
AC Motor,Dimmable,Reversible Blades,Reversible Motor
Fixture Color Family
Bronze
Fixture Color/Finish
Mediterranean Bronze
Included
Angle Mount Hardware,Downrod Included,Hardware Included,Includes Light Kit,Mounting Hardware Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Type Included
Integrated LED
Light Type
Integrated
Motor Speed (RPM)
161
Mounting Type
Angled Mount,Downrod Mount
Number of Blades
5 Blades
Number of Lights
1 Light
Number of Speeds
3
Power Options
Plug-in
Product Weight (lb.)
19.8
Recommended Room Size
Large Room
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Proprietary Protocol,Wi-Fi
Style
Rustic
Voice Control Hub Required
No Hub Required for Voice Control
Watt Equivalence
120
Works With
Alexa, Google, Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime motor warranty

Product Overview

Easily integrate fan and light control into your Amazon or Google smart home system with this Bond ceiling fan bundle. The Bond remote hub pairs with Alexa or Google Home to add voice control convenience to your ceiling fan. The included Bond remote hub is shipped separately. The 52 in. Emswell by Home Decorators Collection offers rustic charm and high-level performance. This quiet ceiling fan includes an integrated LED light kit which is virtually maintenance free with no bulbs to replace. The Emswell includes five reversible blades in medium cherry and medium walnut finish to complement many of today's decor trends, while the overall design remains timelessly elegant. Design elements like decorative blade bolts, and motor housing styling are included to complement your living space.

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Questions & Answers

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My remote controls both the light and fan, will Bond control both as well?

Asked by scu31698 December 4, 2017
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The Brand of the FAN is NOT the important thing. Many fans use Third Party remotes purchased separately THAT IS THE CRUCIAL THING. Make sure you can return this device I have a feeling that there will be a lot of problems. The Range of the RF signal from the Bond device is also CRITICAL.

I know that Bond is compatible with Alexa Echo and Google Home and there is a question about how ...

Asked by Steve April 24, 2018
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From what I just found out Bond is somehow associated with Samsung and this works with their smart things app. Native google home support is on or off and no light controls. However, if you already have a samsung account because you've got a samsung product (I have a robo vac) the integration with smart things (to google) is superior to Bond's own app so if you install the bond hub in smart things google can then turn the fan on/off and turn the light on/off. Smart things has fan speed control and light on/off this fan has light dimmer controls I haven't gotten to work yet i probably just haven't found the right firmware. I'm about to call them since home depot was/is actually selling this hub as a package with the fans I have so you would logically think they wouldn't do that if it wasn't working perfectly with all functions (or is that too much logic?).

Will this integrate into smartthings?

Asked by Pascualg805 November 23, 2017
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As of Nov 2020 it works with smart things a lot better than with google.

I'm planning to buy 6 ceiling fans for all my house, what will happen if I buy all the same and I...

Asked by Alex June 1, 2018
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The remotes need to be on separate channels to not interfere, I don't know how many are available but if there are more than six channels then the bond will control them individually

which ceiling fans are compatible with this hub?

Asked by noonunits December 4, 2017
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Well, for me, I have it working with a Casablanca Bel Aire & a couple of Hampton Bay ceiling fans.

Wat is the max range that the bond can control RF devices?

Asked by BearButterfly April 28, 2018
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Testing was done in a 2500 sq foot home with the Bond centrally located. That provided coverage for all connected devices.

What is range of coverage for the Bond?

Asked by Ski May 16, 2020
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It "should" work anyplace you have wifi coverage and at the same distances your current remote works. The fans themselves don't talk on the network they still have to be able to hear the radio signals the bond is sending. I have a 1200 sq foot house with two fans but there is a wall between them. Range depends so much on what is in your walls and other interference from other appliances and the neighbors frequency pollution you just have to try it.

With this let you change direction of the fan (Summer?Winter)?

Asked by William July 5, 2018
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Only if your remote supports it. If the fan only has a physical switch, you would still need to physically change the switch. It works fine if it is a simple toggle switch on the remote (toggles between clockwise and counterclockwise). If the remote has separate buttons for summer and winter (which the Fanimation Covert 64 does with the TR205 remote), then setup doesn't handle automatically and there is not a good way to setup with a non standard remote like this. You can manually program app buttons using the remote, but they can't be relabeled, so not really practical to use as hard to remember. I have put in feature request to Bond to add ability to customize button names. The app on your smart phone supports it, not sure about whether the Alexa skill supports reversing direction.

My current remote control fan has high medium and low for fan. If I use this to be able to contro...

Asked by slyk December 7, 2017
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yes, you tell alexa what speed, high, medium or low. If you have a 6 position fan you'll can ask alexa to "turn fan on 4"

When will this be "compatible with all ceiling fans"? Currently this only support certain remote ...

Asked by Cee December 4, 2017
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Three years later 2020 there are still products it isn't perfectly operational with they seem to release new firmware fairly regularly. Looks like it's still hit and miss if your fan works. If there's a list of perfectly operating products I have not found it but I have seen a fairly large number of reviews on other sites saying it works great..I just wish they'd mentioned which fan they had. I think they're content to use the consumer as a beta tester if you ask me.

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When it works its great
I purshased this because i like having smart devices and i hate having to get up to either find the remote or switch to turn on or off the fans. I have multiple fans and soloution was less expensive that buying multiple smart fans. Installation was easy enough and adding the Alexa skill was simple enough and on the first try all fans were voice controlled. My biggest disappointment is thar the power connecter was loose at the device and it kept losing power. So im going to return this one and make one final second attempt. I enjoyed it enough to give it a second chance
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Response from BOND HOME TEAMMay 16, 2020
Hi, I hope you're doing great! For the issue regarding the defective power cable of your Bond Bridge unit, you may contact us at customerservice@bondhome.io and we will be happy to assist you. Bond
For what this costs, I expected more. I paired the Bond with a ceiling fan explicitly tagged as b...
For what this costs, I expected more. I paired the Bond with a ceiling fan explicitly tagged as being compatible on Home Depot's site, and the performance is spotty at best. It's about a 50/50 chance that the command successfully gets through from five feet away with no obstructions. I tried pairing an electric fireplace also within five feet, and while Bond claims to have registered the remote, none of the commands work. If your remote requires you to push the same button multiple times to change fan speed or dim the lights, you're basically out of luck. I will say that the Alexa compatibility seems to work just fine, but it can be even more frustrating to ask her to turn off the fan light four times until it actually happens. Note that you need the original remote for your device to program the Bond, so you can't really use it to replace a lost remote. I wouldn't buy this again at full price; maybe at $50.
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Response from BOND HOME TEAMJuly 5, 2019
Thank you for your feedback. We sincerely apologize that the BOND didn't properly work for you. If you could please send us an email at customerservice@bondhome.io so we can assist you accordingly. Again, we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Your feedback is very much appreciated. Hoping to hear from you soon. Bond
I don’t want to keep something plugged in that is just a hub for my fan. If it did anything else ...
I don’t want to keep something plugged in that is just a hub for my fan. If it did anything else I would. It came with the fan, only reason I got it. The fan is great.
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Response from BOND HOME TEAMJanuary 24, 2019
Hello,

The BOND does work with Fans and Fireplaces plus we are now working to add automated Window Shades. We will keep users updated when we add new devices so you can use your BOND to control other devices in the future. Bond
I have been bitten by the Smart Home bug and jumped in with both feet. I started with Wink and q...
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I have been bitten by the Smart Home bug and jumped in with both feet. I started with Wink and quickly switched to Smartthings. The one problem area is ceiling fans. The current solution for non wireless fans seems to be a zwave switch but many expensive fans like Emerson have a wall control but it talks wireless to the fan so before BOND there was no way to integrate it into your smart home solution. While Bond doesn't really integrate with SmartThings it can be used. For example I have a open two story family room and if I don't have the fan going reverse in the winter it can be 10 degrees warmer upstairs than downstairs. My goal was to get bond to turn on my ceiling fan when Ecobee was heating. Two products with smartthings support that would take 5 min. This required some creativity. I created an IFTTT account and linked my Smartthings Hub and Bond account to it. In smartthings I created a virtual dimmer switch called Family Room Fan. In IFTTT I added the virtual switch and told IFTTT that when the Virtual Dimmer was on to tell Bond to turn on my ceiling fan x%. This allowed me to have a virtual switch to control my ceiling fan. From there I was able to tell Webcore (Similar to IFTTT but much more powerful platform in the smartthings community.) So when Ecobee turns on heating it tell smartthings to turn on the virtual dimmer which tells IFTTT to tell Bond to turn on the ceiling fan. Overly complicated but it works great. If and when BOND supports Smartthings I think this product will be a game changer. Sadly one more Hub to add to my wall of smart home hubs.
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I bought a couple of “smart” fans over the Black Friday weekend. The Home Depot representatives ...
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I bought a couple of “smart” fans over the Black Friday weekend. The Home Depot representatives did not even know they carried this product online. They were no help on any questions that I had about this product. Home Depot should allow their employees some time to train about their new products. This product came with the ceiling fan, and a Google mini. The reason why I am focusing on that is 1 Bond unit is good for several fans and products. I am still giving it 5 stars because the Bond product works great!! I have been using it over a month now and had to reset it once. I am a reasonable person, and am not expecting perfection. It was super easy to install, and currently I am using 1 unit for 2 ceiling fans. Integration with my Google Home hub was easy as well. I have 1 Echo, but I have not hooked it up to that because I primar
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Response from BOND HOME TEAMJanuary 7, 2019
Hi Michael,

We are glad you are happy with your BOND. We appreciate the feedback. If ever you do decide to also integrate your BOND to your Alexa, i have posted links to our site to help you with set-up and voice commands.

https://olibra.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002618211-Alexa-commands
https://olibra.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004768231-BOND-Setup#Echo

You can email us at customerservice@bondhome.io for any questions. Bond
Looks great in the living room. I did install the light fixture wrong so the glass cover wouldn't...
Looks great in the living room. I did install the light fixture wrong so the glass cover wouldn't fit. But super simple DIY upgrade to a more modern look. And with the BOND addition to what we got, controlling the fan is a bonus. But be prepared to want to do every ceiling fan in your house. Definitely worth the upgrade or new install
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Ceiling Fans have always been a sore spot for me in transitioning to a smart home as I didn't wan...
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Ceiling Fans have always been a sore spot for me in transitioning to a smart home as I didn't want to go out and purchase new "smart" fans (I have 5 in my home). I have been following the Bond for some time and recently purchased it. I couldn't be more pleased. Appearance: About the size of a hockey puck and a bit lighter, this disc (which looks similar to a Bamazon Gecko Bot) comes with a good sized power cord (so many of these items comes with a 1-2 foot cord, which just doesn't work for most homes and outlet locations!), so I was able to find a nice spot to tuck this thing away out of view. The good looking aesthetic and ample power cord earns high marks here. Quality: While this is an early review (I have only had it for about 3 weeks now), I have found the system to work every time as advertised, whether I use it through the Bond App (I am on Android), with no crashes, response issues, or failures or if I leverage voice commands through my Bamazon Gecko leveraging the Bond Skill. For best results, ensure that you use the recommendations provided to name your devices effectively and watch out for the character limit in the Bond Device Setup (see below). Also, be aware that the BOND gets substantially more range than your current Ceiling fan remotes. My one Bond unit covers a very large one story ranch style home for 4 ceiling fans in 4 separate rooms! As a result, I found out (unexpectedly) that my master bedroom and family room ceiling fans were on the same toggle switch pattern, so when the BOND sent an "On" signal to the family room (or the master bedroom individually), both went on! Previously, the distance between the two was no issue as the power from the manufacturer remote control was so limited, they would not interact with one another, so I will have to change the toggle switch pattern on one of them to "separate" the two. This is in no way a BOND issue, but something to keep in mind if you encounter the same result in your home. Value: Given that my current alternative was to go out and replace 4-5 ceiling fans in my home with "smart" fans at a cost of $150 (or more each), there is extreme value with the Bond. And given that the BOND team is increasing the number of devices it will support in the future, the value is only going to increase going forward. Ease of Installation: The install instructions were a tiny square shaped multi fold. To be honest, I was skeptical and was expecting them to send me to a website for 10 pages of instructions, but it was just plain and simple. Plug in the unit (for initial install, keep it easy to reach while you program the remotes and once complete with setup, you can put it almost anywhere in your home), install the BOND app, hit "Add Device" and following the on screen prompts. It worked and I setup 4 different remotes exactly as the instructions showed. As a bonus, I thought I would have to "program" each button of the remote, but once the BOND recognized the first button entry, it searched its database, and came back with "we think we found your remote" with all of the buttons and allowed me to test and confirm -- one click! The only limitation I found (and this is not horrible) is the character limitation on naming each device. For example, I could not enter "Family Room Ceiling Fan" (too many characters, though that is exactly what the device is, and I have to name it that way to avoid conflicts with other rooms and other lights)... Note: You can fix this with a BOND "trick" -- Call the device "Family Room Ceiling" and the BOND skill with Bamazon Gecko will automatically "add" the words "Light" and "Fan" for the respective commands so you can say "Turn off Family Room Ceiling Light" or "Turn on Family Room Ceiling Fan" and it will work... Very impressed with the BOND overall and hope to maintain this view over time with continued use.
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some issues
while I was trying to set this up for our new fan, I ran into some issues since I was getting ahead of myself. I had to do the setup a few times since I was trying to setup the BOND unit before I had the new fan installed. TIP; Install the fan first. Once the fan was installed, things went much easier. I am loving the new technology and look forward to the additional capabilities of the BOND unit. I am sure that once this unit trains me, I will have zero problems. I will mention that my Google Home Hub will show the BOND device as not connected after I ask it to do something. But it does what I ask and does afterwards as well. Might be a disconnect when the BOND unit is performing my request. Get one, and make life that much easier.
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I waited a while to get this thing, and now that I have it up and running I wish I had purchased ...
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I waited a while to get this thing, and now that I have it up and running I wish I had purchased it earlier. The setup was easy and it works perfectly. I can now use my Echo Dot to control the light and fan in the TV room instead of hunting for the remote.
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Was able to setup and connect to my Wi-Fi, but could not get it to connect to my ceiling fans wit...
Was able to setup and connect to my Wi-Fi, but could not get it to connect to my ceiling fans with remotes. Returned. Great product in theory. I have Harbor Breeze fans.
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