• Minka-Aire F1000-WH, Dyno, 52" Ceiling Fan, White
  • Minka-Aire F1000-WH, Dyno, 52" Ceiling Fan, White
Minka-Aire F1000-WH, Dyno, 52" Ceiling Fan, White
Minka-Aire F1000-WH, Dyno, 52" Ceiling Fan, White

Minka-Aire F1000-WH, Dyno, 52" Ceiling Fan, White

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  • Minka Aire ceiling fan includes 17 Watt Dimmable LED Light Module in an Etched Lens with an incandescent equivalent of 75 watts
  • Designed with a white body, this indoor ceiling fan was crafted with Five White Blades
  • Control included: RCS213 - Three-speed hand-held remote with full-range light dimming. Non-reversing (manual reverse switch on motor)
  • Dimensions: Measures 12.5'' from the ceiling to the bottom of the fan with the included 3.5" downrod. This Contemporary Ceiling Fan has a blade sweep diameter of 52'' with 12 Blade Pitch
  • Includes 6" Downrod and Angled Ceiling Adapter. Can be mounted up to 21 with included adapter. Use A245-WH (sold separately) for ceilings angled 21 to 45

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Stylish fan that works great!I love the styling and operation of this fan. I have the oil rubbed bronze finish. The remote is wonderful. I wish you could reverse the fan with the remote, but you cannot. I have two of these in a very large room so the light is not what I would call bright, but I have 12 recessed lights to light up the room if I want it bright. The onboard LED light provides nice ambience lighting though if I do not need a ton of light. I can't imagine you'd want the light as your only source of light in a room, but maybe in a smaller room it would be acceptable to someone. I would say just don't expect 'bright' light. But is is not a dim wit either. ;)5Excellent quality, worth every extra penny...Simply the best ceiling fan I've ever owned, and I have a dozen. From the moment you unpack the Minka, you realize this will be a different experience from Hampton Bay (Home Depot), or Hunter.The design, construction and installation is a cut above, maybe 2 or 3 cuts above. The remote is superb. I have nothing negative to say. It's worked perfectly from minute one. The LED light w/dimmer works well. This is the only brand I'll buy from now on....5I love this fan I love this fan. I bought three of them. The assembly and mounting process was not difficult. The LED is nice and bright. These things quietly move a ton of air and are rock solid - no wobbles or vibration on any of them. We have standard 8 ft ceilings. I used the shortest mounting rod and YES YOU CAN use the motor cover when using the shortest mounting rod even though the manual says you can not. The only issue is that it is slightly more difficult to lift the motor cover up in order to access the rotation direction switch but YOU CAN do it. This isn't an issue at all since I prefer to leave ceiling fans drawing cool air up - rotating counter clockwise - all the time. The remote is handy and it wasn't hard to set all three up on different frequencies, but it does take a very uncommon battery size. That's probably the only negative thing I can say about this light. I absolutely LOVE the style of this light. I kept the boxes these came in and the old light fixtures that these Minka's replaced because the next time I move, these fans are coming with me. 5Better than mostFan is well balanced, works good on all speeds. Light is compatible with dimmer. Light looked blue coming out of the box then mellowed to a soft white. Liked the first one so much bought a second one for another room several months later. Much better than any Hunter we have ever owned.5Oil-Rubbed Awesomeness The windows in my house are one notch above Reynolds Wrap, so we turn to fans in the warmer months. This is the sixth ceiling fan I've installed this Spring (2014), so I feel pretty confident giving a review. The Minka-Aire F1000 was the easiest fan to install and also the most expensive. There seems to be a correlation between price, ease of installation, and amount of swearing during said installation.The fan comes with approximately 27 extra feet of wiring in case you have a downrod that extends for several stories. This is a good thing. It's much easier to cut off extra than add.Installation, as mentioned, was a breeze, but you do things in a different order than what I was expecting. You basically put the fan together first (blades and all), then secure the hanger bracket to the ceiling. Slide the fan into the bracket, connect your wires and off you go. Whisper quiet, moves a lot of air. I wired it directly to two wall switches: one for the light (on a dimmer) and the other on a 3-phase dimmer switch for fans. I mention this because I didn't use the remote.NOTE: If you opt for the smaller downrod (3.5") you cannot cover the fan's motor assembly. It is not pretty. Don't let your spouse talk you into using the 3.5" downrod only to not like seeing the motor so that you have to remove the entire unit, switch out the downrod and re-install with the coupling cover. Not saying that happened to me.Really, my only gripe was the direction booklet: it's about 3" tall and 7" wide. Very chic and annoying. 5Very Quiet Fan but has design issuesI bought this fan because of reviews about the quiet operation of this fan. I wanted a silent fan in the bedroom and this fan is perfectly quiet however, the switch for reverse operation cannot be accessed when using the short hang down rod. The light might be okay if the fan is mounted 15 feet or so above the floor... but I did not buy the fan for light option. The light will not evenly light up a 14'x14' room when hung on a normal 8' ceiling... and I agree with other reviews that it is more like a harsh spot light.To get around the no reverse switch access, I drilled a small hole on top of the cover and installed a simple "push- pull" rod attached to the switch. The FAN itself I give five stars because IT IS SILENT... but the two design flaws ( light & switch ) I have to take away a star for each.3Junk!Installed two of this model. The light failed on one (which cannot be replaced) and the motor on the other. For a "quality" fan this is unacceptable. Stick with the Home Depot and Lowe's offerings as they last much longer than Minka-Aire's product. BTW, we have two other Minka-Aire fans and one of them is on its last leg as well. Expensive junk, will never purchase again, and their customer service is non-existent.1You can barely hear the motorWe've had the fan for a couple of weeks and so far, so good. Although the looks of a fan are important to me, what I really care about is whether it's quiet. This one went into our bedroom and the last thing I want to hear is a motor humming, like in the last fan we bought. This one is almost 100% silent in the lower 2 of 3 speeds and maybe 90-ish percent in the top speed. I can hear it but it does not annoy me. I've bought 100% silent fans before but I paid twice as much as this one. I think this fan is a decent value (blah, blah, get what you paid for, blah, blah).3Light is spotlight.Don't even think about filling a room with this. While it harshly bright, it is also very directional - downward. If you are up 15ft maybe think about this one, but 8 or 9 ft, forgetaboutit.As for the glowing reviews on the quality of this fan, forget about them too. The parts are cheap, thin, and flimsy. The fan blades have slop at the mounting to the hub such that you can cock the blades significantly during setup. The cheap screws strip the heads during a single installation. The fan is about 1/4 the weight of the one I replaced (home depot special some 10 years ago).Pluses: they give you an extra screw. The fan is well balanced without weights. There is an included remote, although I direct wired it to 2 wall switches without issue.Summary: it's a $75 fan that I paid way too much for and does a terrible job lighting my room.1Light Kit Has Been Discontinued! Here is a very important point to consider BEFORE buying this fan. The LED is a sealed unit which is unique to this fan. If it craps out, the whole unit will have to be replaced.Since I just bought it, I decided to check into the cost of a replacement, should it die after this fan model is discontinued. The light kit (Part Number 6F1000LK01) has been discontinued! When it WAS available, the cost was $96! That is approximately half the cost of the fan! I included photos to better illustrate the light configuration.In addition, the light projects more like a spot light rather than a flood. This is not good for a large room, for which this fan is recommended.Other than that issue, the fan appears to be of decent quality and went up as easily as any other fan I've ever installed.I'll just keep my fingers crossed that the light holds up. 2Very good fan, some design oversights.We like this fan a lot. My wife and I just built a new house and purchased two of these. They are very low profile, which is great with low ceilings - as we have on our deck. It seemed reasonably simple to install, although we did not do the installation ourselves. They are really quiet which is perfect for the bedroom. When it is running at high it sounds like there is maybe a light rain outside. There are two problems with the fan: first there is no way to reverse the direction with the remote, and no pull strings. That means that if you are installing it on a vaulted ceiling then you will need to schlep out a ladder to change the fan direction. Major bummer. Second it just doesn't move that much air - even on high. Set on high we get a mild breeze, sometimes hard to notice. Whether or not to buy this fan depends mainly on if you can live with the detractions I listed. Otherwise it is good quality and quiet.4Sleek design but old school engineering and features I've installed about 18 ceiling fans so feel that I can safely separate the good from the bad as follows:Good: Sleek design, LED light, relatively quiet and moves a good amount of air (not great, but better than older 52" fans).Bad: Old school components (besides LED) - The remote transmitter is a big clunky box that is a struggle to fit under the mount cap. It uses the old dip switches rather than newer handshake synching. The LED light, while efficient, is really nothing more than a specialized screw in LED flood. Therefore it shoots 80% of the light straight down within an 8-10 foot radius. The fan uses the older AC type motor that isn't efficient. The reverse function is manual up at the fan. You also have to perform what I would deem factory assembly. As in screwing together small parts that should have been shipped together. Minka does this to save on box size and a bit of manufacturing time. The fan was pretty wobbly and despite an hour of trying to balance it, I gave up. But the worst part is the fan doesn't accomodate reasonably sloped ceilings. Ours is 22 degrees and required a special $25 angled ceiling mount. Of course I didn't find that out until I had it hanging off the ceiling and then would have had to wait a week for that to arrive.Given all the bads and the $210 price point, I decided to return it. There are much better fans out there for the money. 2You can save yourself some time and grief by premounting the ball receptacle to the light fixture and temporarily sliding the re The fan is attractive, but it's not quite as functional as I had hoped compared to the Hunter fans we have in all the other rooms.The blades do not attach directly to the motor. Instead, the blades have to be mounted to metal adapters and then the adapters are attached to the motor. This isn't a huge deal, but it's an extra step in the installation process that could be eliminated.The remote control receiver is a rather big box that slides in between the ceiling and the ball mount that does not leave a lot of room for bringing out the 110AC wires from the light fixture, but this isn't obvious from the installation instructions until the last step after the fan is already mounted. You can save yourself some time and grief by premounting the ball receptacle to the light fixture and temporarily sliding the receiver into place to route the AC wiring into an easily accessible area. The wiring in our light fixture was somewhat short so I had to do some finagling in some tight spots to get everything wired together safely away from the metal.The fan comes with two dome assemblies -- one that points up to cover the outlet box and another that points down to cover the fan motor and the upper dome assembly will scratch and mar the rod as it moves around when attaching the fan to the outlet box. I wish I had known this before we installed ours, so you might insert a paper towel or small rag between the dome and the rod before you mount the fan. The "bronze" coating on the rod comes off a bit too easily.After we finished installing the fan, we ran into some issues with the remote not functioning -- in other words, neither the fan nor the light would come on. After double checking all wiring to make sure everything was connected correctly, we finally found the instructions in the back of the manual to reset the remote frequency. This should have been covered in the installation instructions directly. After you turn on the breaker (and the wall switch) to apply power to the fan, hold down the STOP button until the light flashes. Once you do this, the remote should work properly.Do not expect this ceiling fan to blow you out of the room because high speed on this fan is roughly equivalent to medium speed on a Hunter fan. In other words, it feels more like a light breeze than a gush of air.I think the 17 watt LED light assembly is a rather poor light source because it is glaring (almost blinding) when looking near the light assembly, and the light spread is very narrow -- almost like a Mag-Lite flashlight set on a narrow beam.The area directly underneath the fan has very bright light, but the area say three feet away has very little light. As another reviewer noted, the light also flashes when the fan is turned off at the light switch. It isn't a bright flash, but it can be annoying if someone in the room is trying to sleep.The 17 watt LED light assembly cannot be disassembled to replace the light, so you must purchase a new light assembly if the bulb quits working.This may not be a problem if the LED light really lasts 20 years or more, but time will tell and I'm sure we all know bulb lifetimes are exaggerated.The remote uses a 12-volt 23A or A23 battery instead of standard AA or AAA cells, so you may want to pick up some spares on Amazon before the battery in the remote dies.The ceiling fan is up and it's working, so we plan to keep it for the time being but when it's number is up I'm replacing it with a good old Hunter. 3BOOYAH I'm an electrician. Don't cheap out on your fixtures. This thing will blow the covers off your wife and the LED light kit is bad*ss! Quiet as hell, smooth as hell, looks awesome. Minka makes the best fans for the money (only the extremely well off would spend 1200 bucks on a fan/light... I'm just sayin'... But minka has those too). 5Great Fan!I bought 2 of these to hang from the ridge beam of my cathedral ceiling. They operate simultaneously with one remote just fine. They are quiet, powerful & the lights easily dim up or down. Some people claim they are like spotlights but I've got a photo attached to show they cast light at nearly a right angle too. Notice the shadows on the back wall cast by the adjacent beam.5Versatile design with excellent features...Sleek in design--would fit into a contemporary interior or disappear into a period setting. I installed this in a 1927 Craftsman with high ceilings to replace a brass and glass faux Victorian fan which dominated the room. Now the room seems lighter and brighter! The remote control is just as sleek and easy to use. The LED light in the fixture is very bright but the remote includes on/off and a dimmer. Three speeds for comfort adjustment--plenty of air movement for a large bedroom. I'm very pleased with this product and its features.5Short down rod and canopy IS possible! I see a lot of people say that you cannot use the shorter down rod along with the canopy(top motor cover), and it even states that in the directions. However, it is perfectly possible. I installed mine with the short down rod and canopy with no issues. It looks great and only extends down from the ceiling 12 inches!!! 53.5 Stars I LOVE the style of the fan, and it seems like quality components. The installation was fairly straight-forward, and the remote works well (although it was a little tricky to get it to fit in the housing).So, what is the big complaint: The LED light is a wierd kind of Purple light, that has a very slight flickering. It is somewhat hard on my eyes, and the light is "down-pointing" so the area on walls above midway start to get very dark (in other words it is a down pointing spot light). In order to light up the top of the walls it must be turned on very bright, and then it is so bright it leaves spots on your eyes.I love the look of the fan. The simple style is at once both modern and timeless and fits in my "transitional" style decoration perfectly. However, If I had not already installed it I would have returned it because we all hate the light. There is no way to change the color or bulbs, they are permanent.If you read the other reviews you will see this is a common complaint. I have several LED's in the house, so figured it would not be any different. But, when was the last "purplish" LED you have ever seen? 3
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Stylish fan that works great!I love the styling and operation of this fan. I have the oil rubbed bronze finish. The remote is wonderful. I wish you could reverse the fan with the remote, but you cannot. I have two of these in a very large room so the light is not what I would call bright, but I have 12 recessed lights to light up the room if I want it bright. The onboard LED light provides nice ambience lighting though if I do not need a ton of light. I can't imagine you'd want the light as your only source of light in a room, but maybe in a smaller room it would be acceptable to someone. I would say just don't expect 'bright' light. But is is not a dim wit either. ;)5Excellent quality, worth every extra penny...Simply the best ceiling fan I've ever owned, and I have a dozen. From the moment you unpack the Minka, you realize this will be a different experience from Hampton Bay (Home Depot), or Hunter.The design, construction and installation is a cut above, maybe 2 or 3 cuts above. The remote is superb. I have nothing negative to say. It's worked perfectly from minute one. The LED light w/dimmer works well. This is the only brand I'll buy from now on....5I love this fan I love this fan. I bought three of them. The assembly and mounting process was not difficult. The LED is nice and bright. These things quietly move a ton of air and are rock solid - no wobbles or vibration on any of them. We have standard 8 ft ceilings. I used the shortest mounting rod and YES YOU CAN use the motor cover when using the shortest mounting rod even though the manual says you can not. The only issue is that it is slightly more difficult to lift the motor cover up in order to access the rotation direction switch but YOU CAN do it. This isn't an issue at all since I prefer to leave ceiling fans drawing cool air up - rotating counter clockwise - all the time. The remote is handy and it wasn't hard to set all three up on different frequencies, but it does take a very uncommon battery size. That's probably the only negative thing I can say about this light. I absolutely LOVE the style of this light. I kept the boxes these came in and the old light fixtures that these Minka's replaced because the next time I move, these fans are coming with me. 5Better than mostFan is well balanced, works good on all speeds. Light is compatible with dimmer. Light looked blue coming out of the box then mellowed to a soft white. Liked the first one so much bought a second one for another room several months later. Much better than any Hunter we have ever owned.5Oil-Rubbed Awesomeness The windows in my house are one notch above Reynolds Wrap, so we turn to fans in the warmer months. This is the sixth ceiling fan I've installed this Spring (2014), so I feel pretty confident giving a review. The Minka-Aire F1000 was the easiest fan to install and also the most expensive. There seems to be a correlation between price, ease of installation, and amount of swearing during said installation.The fan comes with approximately 27 extra feet of wiring in case you have a downrod that extends for several stories. This is a good thing. It's much easier to cut off extra than add.Installation, as mentioned, was a breeze, but you do things in a different order than what I was expecting. You basically put the fan together first (blades and all), then secure the hanger bracket to the ceiling. Slide the fan into the bracket, connect your wires and off you go. Whisper quiet, moves a lot of air. I wired it directly to two wall switches: one for the light (on a dimmer) and the other on a 3-phase dimmer switch for fans. I mention this because I didn't use the remote.NOTE: If you opt for the smaller downrod (3.5") you cannot cover the fan's motor assembly. It is not pretty. Don't let your spouse talk you into using the 3.5" downrod only to not like seeing the motor so that you have to remove the entire unit, switch out the downrod and re-install with the coupling cover. Not saying that happened to me.Really, my only gripe was the direction booklet: it's about 3" tall and 7" wide. Very chic and annoying. 5Very Quiet Fan but has design issuesI bought this fan because of reviews about the quiet operation of this fan. I wanted a silent fan in the bedroom and this fan is perfectly quiet however, the switch for reverse operation cannot be accessed when using the short hang down rod. The light might be okay if the fan is mounted 15 feet or so above the floor... but I did not buy the fan for light option. The light will not evenly light up a 14'x14' room when hung on a normal 8' ceiling... and I agree with other reviews that it is more like a harsh spot light.To get around the no reverse switch access, I drilled a small hole on top of the cover and installed a simple "push- pull" rod attached to the switch. The FAN itself I give five stars because IT IS SILENT... but the two design flaws ( light & switch ) I have to take away a star for each.3Junk!Installed two of this model. The light failed on one (which cannot be replaced) and the motor on the other. For a "quality" fan this is unacceptable. Stick with the Home Depot and Lowe's offerings as they last much longer than Minka-Aire's product. BTW, we have two other Minka-Aire fans and one of them is on its last leg as well. Expensive junk, will never purchase again, and their customer service is non-existent.1You can barely hear the motorWe've had the fan for a couple of weeks and so far, so good. Although the looks of a fan are important to me, what I really care about is whether it's quiet. This one went into our bedroom and the last thing I want to hear is a motor humming, like in the last fan we bought. This one is almost 100% silent in the lower 2 of 3 speeds and maybe 90-ish percent in the top speed. I can hear it but it does not annoy me. I've bought 100% silent fans before but I paid twice as much as this one. I think this fan is a decent value (blah, blah, get what you paid for, blah, blah).3Light is spotlight.Don't even think about filling a room with this. While it harshly bright, it is also very directional - downward. If you are up 15ft maybe think about this one, but 8 or 9 ft, forgetaboutit.As for the glowing reviews on the quality of this fan, forget about them too. The parts are cheap, thin, and flimsy. The fan blades have slop at the mounting to the hub such that you can cock the blades significantly during setup. The cheap screws strip the heads during a single installation. The fan is about 1/4 the weight of the one I replaced (home depot special some 10 years ago).Pluses: they give you an extra screw. The fan is well balanced without weights. There is an included remote, although I direct wired it to 2 wall switches without issue.Summary: it's a $75 fan that I paid way too much for and does a terrible job lighting my room.1Light Kit Has Been Discontinued! Here is a very important point to consider BEFORE buying this fan. The LED is a sealed unit which is unique to this fan. If it craps out, the whole unit will have to be replaced.Since I just bought it, I decided to check into the cost of a replacement, should it die after this fan model is discontinued. The light kit (Part Number 6F1000LK01) has been discontinued! When it WAS available, the cost was $96! That is approximately half the cost of the fan! I included photos to better illustrate the light configuration.In addition, the light projects more like a spot light rather than a flood. This is not good for a large room, for which this fan is recommended.Other than that issue, the fan appears to be of decent quality and went up as easily as any other fan I've ever installed.I'll just keep my fingers crossed that the light holds up. 2Very good fan, some design oversights.We like this fan a lot. My wife and I just built a new house and purchased two of these. They are very low profile, which is great with low ceilings - as we have on our deck. It seemed reasonably simple to install, although we did not do the installation ourselves. They are really quiet which is perfect for the bedroom. When it is running at high it sounds like there is maybe a light rain outside. There are two problems with the fan: first there is no way to reverse the direction with the remote, and no pull strings. That means that if you are installing it on a vaulted ceiling then you will need to schlep out a ladder to change the fan direction. Major bummer. Second it just doesn't move that much air - even on high. Set on high we get a mild breeze, sometimes hard to notice. Whether or not to buy this fan depends mainly on if you can live with the detractions I listed. Otherwise it is good quality and quiet.4Sleek design but old school engineering and features I've installed about 18 ceiling fans so feel that I can safely separate the good from the bad as follows:Good: Sleek design, LED light, relatively quiet and moves a good amount of air (not great, but better than older 52" fans).Bad: Old school components (besides LED) - The remote transmitter is a big clunky box that is a struggle to fit under the mount cap. It uses the old dip switches rather than newer handshake synching. The LED light, while efficient, is really nothing more than a specialized screw in LED flood. Therefore it shoots 80% of the light straight down within an 8-10 foot radius. The fan uses the older AC type motor that isn't efficient. The reverse function is manual up at the fan. You also have to perform what I would deem factory assembly. As in screwing together small parts that should have been shipped together. Minka does this to save on box size and a bit of manufacturing time. The fan was pretty wobbly and despite an hour of trying to balance it, I gave up. But the worst part is the fan doesn't accomodate reasonably sloped ceilings. Ours is 22 degrees and required a special $25 angled ceiling mount. Of course I didn't find that out until I had it hanging off the ceiling and then would have had to wait a week for that to arrive.Given all the bads and the $210 price point, I decided to return it. There are much better fans out there for the money. 2You can save yourself some time and grief by premounting the ball receptacle to the light fixture and temporarily sliding the re The fan is attractive, but it's not quite as functional as I had hoped compared to the Hunter fans we have in all the other rooms.The blades do not attach directly to the motor. Instead, the blades have to be mounted to metal adapters and then the adapters are attached to the motor. This isn't a huge deal, but it's an extra step in the installation process that could be eliminated.The remote control receiver is a rather big box that slides in between the ceiling and the ball mount that does not leave a lot of room for bringing out the 110AC wires from the light fixture, but this isn't obvious from the installation instructions until the last step after the fan is already mounted. You can save yourself some time and grief by premounting the ball receptacle to the light fixture and temporarily sliding the receiver into place to route the AC wiring into an easily accessible area. The wiring in our light fixture was somewhat short so I had to do some finagling in some tight spots to get everything wired together safely away from the metal.The fan comes with two dome assemblies -- one that points up to cover the outlet box and another that points down to cover the fan motor and the upper dome assembly will scratch and mar the rod as it moves around when attaching the fan to the outlet box. I wish I had known this before we installed ours, so you might insert a paper towel or small rag between the dome and the rod before you mount the fan. The "bronze" coating on the rod comes off a bit too easily.After we finished installing the fan, we ran into some issues with the remote not functioning -- in other words, neither the fan nor the light would come on. After double checking all wiring to make sure everything was connected correctly, we finally found the instructions in the back of the manual to reset the remote frequency. This should have been covered in the installation instructions directly. After you turn on the breaker (and the wall switch) to apply power to the fan, hold down the STOP button until the light flashes. Once you do this, the remote should work properly.Do not expect this ceiling fan to blow you out of the room because high speed on this fan is roughly equivalent to medium speed on a Hunter fan. In other words, it feels more like a light breeze than a gush of air.I think the 17 watt LED light assembly is a rather poor light source because it is glaring (almost blinding) when looking near the light assembly, and the light spread is very narrow -- almost like a Mag-Lite flashlight set on a narrow beam.The area directly underneath the fan has very bright light, but the area say three feet away has very little light. As another reviewer noted, the light also flashes when the fan is turned off at the light switch. It isn't a bright flash, but it can be annoying if someone in the room is trying to sleep.The 17 watt LED light assembly cannot be disassembled to replace the light, so you must purchase a new light assembly if the bulb quits working.This may not be a problem if the LED light really lasts 20 years or more, but time will tell and I'm sure we all know bulb lifetimes are exaggerated.The remote uses a 12-volt 23A or A23 battery instead of standard AA or AAA cells, so you may want to pick up some spares on Amazon before the battery in the remote dies.The ceiling fan is up and it's working, so we plan to keep it for the time being but when it's number is up I'm replacing it with a good old Hunter. 3BOOYAH I'm an electrician. Don't cheap out on your fixtures. This thing will blow the covers off your wife and the LED light kit is bad*ss! Quiet as hell, smooth as hell, looks awesome. Minka makes the best fans for the money (only the extremely well off would spend 1200 bucks on a fan/light... I'm just sayin'... But minka has those too). 5Great Fan!I bought 2 of these to hang from the ridge beam of my cathedral ceiling. They operate simultaneously with one remote just fine. They are quiet, powerful & the lights easily dim up or down. Some people claim they are like spotlights but I've got a photo attached to show they cast light at nearly a right angle too. Notice the shadows on the back wall cast by the adjacent beam.5Versatile design with excellent features...Sleek in design--would fit into a contemporary interior or disappear into a period setting. I installed this in a 1927 Craftsman with high ceilings to replace a brass and glass faux Victorian fan which dominated the room. Now the room seems lighter and brighter! The remote control is just as sleek and easy to use. The LED light in the fixture is very bright but the remote includes on/off and a dimmer. Three speeds for comfort adjustment--plenty of air movement for a large bedroom. I'm very pleased with this product and its features.5Short down rod and canopy IS possible! I see a lot of people say that you cannot use the shorter down rod along with the canopy(top motor cover), and it even states that in the directions. However, it is perfectly possible. I installed mine with the short down rod and canopy with no issues. It looks great and only extends down from the ceiling 12 inches!!! 53.5 Stars I LOVE the style of the fan, and it seems like quality components. The installation was fairly straight-forward, and the remote works well (although it was a little tricky to get it to fit in the housing).So, what is the big complaint: The LED light is a wierd kind of Purple light, that has a very slight flickering. It is somewhat hard on my eyes, and the light is "down-pointing" so the area on walls above midway start to get very dark (in other words it is a down pointing spot light). In order to light up the top of the walls it must be turned on very bright, and then it is so bright it leaves spots on your eyes.I love the look of the fan. The simple style is at once both modern and timeless and fits in my "transitional" style decoration perfectly. However, If I had not already installed it I would have returned it because we all hate the light. There is no way to change the color or bulbs, they are permanent.If you read the other reviews you will see this is a common complaint. I have several LED's in the house, so figured it would not be any different. But, when was the last "purplish" LED you have ever seen? 3
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