Perfect for smaller areas--a kitchen nook or den, for example--this popular design has compact 34-inch blades with an 18-degree pitch for optimum air movement.
The Designer Supreme III ceiling fan is big on performance, with a premium power 153 x 13-millimeter, precision balanced, torque-induction motor for optimum air movement. Extra-long, 78-inch lead wires are perfect for tall ceiling installation with long down rods. The bronzed old Chicago finish is accented by oversized distressed pine blades for a touch of vintage elegance. Note that this fan does not include a light kit.
All fans are not created equal! This Monte Carlo design has pitched blades for quiet air movement and its durable motor provides a lifetime of performance. Carefully balanced, sealed, and weighed, you won't get that annoying (not to mention inefficient) wobble.
Did you know that you can save money on energy costs when using fans rather than air conditioning? In an 80-degree room, a good fan can create a wind chill factor that makes the room feel like 72 degrees. Running it counter-clockwise in the winter will destratisfy a room and gently recirculate the warm air without causing a cooling effect. And on high speed, your fan will consume even less power than a 100-watt light bulb.
Enhance the style and comfort of your smaller rooms with this handsome, compact fan! This fan does need to be hard wired. O.co recommends professional installation.