Elite 48" Contemporary / Modern Indoor Three Blade Ceiling Fan with Three Spot Lights
Add a modern, cutting-edge touch to any small room with the Elite ceiling fan. With its contemporary brushed nickel finish, handsome beech blades, and adjustable brushed nickel spotlights, this fan offers an attractive aesthetic to go with its impressive performance. As capable as it is stylish, the Elite relies on silicon steel motor with triple capacitor to provide powerful, quiet circulation. Three fan speeds and a reversible switch help keep you comfortable year-round. In warm weather, run the fan counterclockwise to stay cool. In cold weather, run it clockwise to recirculate warm air from the ceiling, eliminating cold spots and drafts. What's Included: Ceiling fan, 78-inch lead wire, 3/4-inch down rod in 4-inch length, and three GU10-base 50-watt MR16 halogen light bulbs.
- 48-inch three-light indoor ceiling fan with three blades
- Stylish beech plywood blades
- Brushed nickel spotlights
- Includes 78-inch lead wire, 3/4-inch down rod in 4-inch length, and three GU10-base 50-watt MR16 halogen light bulbs
- Three fan speeds (high/medium/low) and reversible switch for customized comfort
- 153-by-17-millimeter silicon steel motor with triple capacitor for powerful and quiet air circulation
- Ideal for rooms up to 144 square feet (12 by 12 feet) with standard 8-foot ceilings
- Remote control adaptable
- Can be used with a dimmer
- Lifetime warranty on motor; two-year warranty on all other parts
- Blade Span: 48"
- Blade Length: 22"
- Blade Pitch: 12°
- Airflow: 4,662 CFM
- Energy Usage: 57 watts without lights
- Airflow Efficiency: 82 CFM/watt
- Down Rod: 3/4" D x 4" L
- Lead Wire: 78"
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Our SKU: Westinghouse 7850500
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Westinghouse 7850500
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