• Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
  • Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass
Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass

Westinghouse Lighting 7201900 Alloy Two-Light 42" Reversible Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze with Opal Frosted Glass

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  • Two-light 42-inch reversible three-blade indoor ceiling fan for rooms up to 144 square feet (12 by 12 feet)
  • 153-millimeter by 10-millimeter silicon steel motor with dual capacitor; three fan speeds (high/medium/low); reversible switch for year-round use
  • Airflow: 2897 cfm; Energy Usage: 51 watts without light; Airflow Efficiency: 80 cfm per watt
  • Includes two-light fixture, 3/4-inch by 4-inch down rod, 78-inch lead wire, and two candelabra-base 40-watt G16-1/2 light bulbs
  • Lifetime warranty on motor; two-year warranty on all other parts

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Awesome looking product, but the motors are loud humming garbage Looks and seems to be quality materials for the price, as it's more expensive looking than it costs. However, I've been using two of these fans in two different bedrooms for about 6 months and can now say with certainty the motors on these fans are garbage! They get louder with near unbearable hum with every passing month, and now I'm forced to buy two new fans yet again already! Don't buy these if you need a reasonably quiet non-humming ceiling fan - you've been warned in advance. That said, if you just want a great looking fan and don't care about loud hum, you're good to go with this one. 2Great little fan for a great price. This is a great little fan and I've bought two of them for my small second floor bedrooms, both between 120 and 140 square feet. I like that the blades are reversible for different decor. I went with the darker, wengue wood side. The fan itself puts out a good amount of air, and the light seems adequate for a bedroom. I have very 80's textured ceiling so I like that when the light is on it de-emphasizes the texture since it hangs lower than a traditional light fixture. My one complaint is how much the whole thing swings when you pull the light and fan chains, but can be alleviated somewhat by holding the glass with one hand while you pull the chain with the other. Many fans have the ball style mount these days so it's not anything that out of the ordinary. There is a mild hum from the motor while the fan is running, but again, that's very common to electric motors. When you have the fan on high the sound of air moving is much louder than the hum in my opinion. I was on the fence about the 3 blades, as I prefer a 5 blade fan. After living with it for a while it doesn't bother me at all. For the price this fan is definitely a fantastic value. If you go to the big box stores you'll pay twice as much for the same or worse quality. It's also difficult to find these more modern designs for a reasonable price in stores. 5Great fans Purchased these ceiling fans for 3 of the 4 bedrooms in our most recent home purchase/rehab project. Gives a nice modern feel to the room. My husband said it was mostly an easy to install, took about a 30 minute to install them each - and he has limited handy man experience doing these things. I m only giving this 4 stars because I feel the lights aren t as bright as I expected. Plenty of light, but not as bright as they could be. 4I finally found "THE ABSOLUTE WORST" ceiling fan ever I thought the ceiling fan I purchased last week from some unnamed Korean company was bad. But I may have to go give that one two stars, just so this one can be worse.Where to start. The LED isn't very bright, which was my whole purpose in getting a new ceiling fan. Unlike any other ceiling fan I've ever had, yes, this one dims, but then when it's turned off and back on, it doesn't start at full brightness again. It persists the dim setting. So there's no way to get back to "full brightness" other than holding it and letting it cycle through dim / full until you HOPEFULLY can stop it on the brightest setting. But if you miss that split second, you're trying again.Let's start next with the insane footage of wires for a system that only comes with one single tiny downrod. Sure, it's there if you need to use a longer rod, but I'd rather splice wires in *if* i had to purchase a separate long downrod to suspend this thing 6 feet from the ceiling. Instead I had to cut them all short.Assembly - what a horror. there are no blade mounting parts - the wood screws directly into the motor. And since there's the pitch, it's tilted, and trying to get the screws into the holes was an exercise in EXTREME frustration. I cursed more while putting up this fan than I *EVER* have working on ANYTHING - and I was in the military.... The screws wouldn't catch, they'd cross thread, they'd drop and I'd have to get off the ladder to go fetch. Absolute nightmare. Two blades are secured by two screws, with the third screw on each only partially able to get started because they just won't go in, and I only have them there so there's an even number on all blades so I didn't contribute to the balance problem by having any one side short.This tiny little downrod - makes it nearly impossible to work on the wiring above because there's just not enough room to drop the canopy cover, so you're stuck with this small little space right against the ceiling.Then there's the wobble. Without a blade, this thing was horribly out of balance (I always test ceiling fans with just the lights plugged in and the fan set to low before I have everything on, just to make sure the wiring was good). So despite all my attempts, there is simply NO getting rid of this wobble. With three fan blades, none are directly opposite of any wobble "hot spot", and trying multiple points on the opposite blades never made the wobble any better, so I can only run this thing on low. I spent about an hour with notes and tried nearly every possible combination and never was able to get anywhere.Absolute nightmare. I would've kept the junk from Korea except that the LED was messed up, and even when turned off, had a little ghost blink you could see at night when the room was dark. But at least that wasn't as horrible to assemble as this thing was.Debating whether to return it or not since Amazon doesn't have "Piece of Junk" as an option for return, but odds are I'm going to box it back up since the inability to balance it just makes this thing absolutely useless.And yes, I've done tons of ceiling fans - people ask me to install theirs since I have so much experience, so balancing a fan isn't anything difficult that I haven't done many, many times. This one is just to completely bad that I can't get anywhere near balance no matter what I try. 1I like it! Fan is quiet and attractive, plus it moves a lot of air for only being 42" wide! Lights are a bit dim, but we just replaced with 60watt candelabra base bulbs and it's much better. Honestly, the 40watt's that came with it would've been fine if the frosting on the light cover didn't dim them so much.The light shines down rather than up, so light does not hit the ceiling to spread around the top half of the room.Gives a bit of a 'mood lighting' effect since it only shines down, but I like this effect. With that said, if this is the only source of light in your room you might want to consider something brighter. (We have lamps to supplement in guest bedrooms, and recessed in our master) 4Great fan for my tiny room! Fan works great in our tiny living room! Light is kind of dim which is great for just hanging out, but will need a second light source if trying to do anything that needs attention to detail. Also, it has been very quiet, many other reviews say it can be noisy so I was happy mine is not. 5Disappointing quality We bought this fan as an upgrade over the 20-year-old ceiling fan that was in our bedroom when we moved into our new home. There was nothing wrong with the old ceiling fan, except that it was ugly and it hung down quite far from the ceiling and I would have to watch my head when walking past it. I wish we kept that original fan, now that I have this one installed and have lived with it for about 1 month now.I should've suspected I would feel this way from Day 1 of trying to install it. Several quality issues with the equipment hinted as such to me, but I decided to ignore them. For example, one of the 2 set screws that hold the main fan housing secure against the down-shaft was completely seized up. I had to use a friend and a couple of wrenches to loosen it, and then it never screw back in properly.The attached image to this review is of the mounting bracket where it meets the ceiling. This is by far the most frustrating part about this fan. First of all, it's a very flimsy part. Second of all, the 2 screws that hold the fan to the ceiling are even flimsier. In fact, they're the thinnest screws in the entire fan assembly, despite the fact that they are supposed to hold the weight of the fan and ALSO keep the fan from rocking side to side when it spins. Finally, because of the shape of the bracket and the fact that it's curved on the inside, I cannot make the screws tight enough and therefore my fan rocks side-to-side constantly. There's literally nothing I can do except listen to the tick-tick-tick of the fan shaking every night, all night. I've tried screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches ... literally everything to get those screws tighter.The thing is: I thought ceiling fans are not supposed to shake, even if they're not tightly secured to the ceiling? My father-in-law swears this is true and I believe him. So maybe the fan is lopsided. I tried balancing it with the included blade weights and nothing worked. I even tried to tighten different parts inside the fan, and still no result.Anyway, the conclusion of my review is that Westinghouse has fallen a long way from the quality, trusted, American-made home appliances they once made. Buyer beware on this item. Ceiling fans are not something I will ever deal-seek on again. 3The 60w bulbs put out twice the light output and leaves me happy with the lighting 3.5/5This is a cute little fan. It has a modern style that looks contemporary and clean. I purchased two of them. One for a 130 square foot room, and one for a 160 square foot room that I am remodeling.Cooling: It cools the 130 square foot room really well. No problems.The 160 square foot room is a little big for this fan. It cools most of the room around the center, but around the parameter there is a significant decrease of air movement. Not really a problem because the fan doesn't get used in the larger room very much. When it does, it will still provide some cooling.Lighting: Get ready to upgrade the lights. The included 40w bulbs shadow many things in the 130 square feet room. In the 160 square feet room, it leaves the closet area nearly dark. I upgraded to 60w LED bulbs (important, because you're going over the allowed wattage, so make sure to stick with LEDs if you chose to do so due to less heat). The 60w bulbs put out twice the light output and leaves me happy with the lighting. It's still not going to light it up to the level of a work area, but it's definitely passable.Quality: The quality is good. There were no scratches or anything when I pulled it out of the packaging. The installation went pretty smooth, though I did find some errors in the instructions. All the shiny parts are painted really well. The fan is one of the types that sit in a socket and are not firmly mounted (swivel mounted). If you turn the fan on the highest mode, the lighting fixture will have some oscillation. On the next highest mode, the fan has significantly reduced oscillation. Yes, I have metal fan junction boxes that are firm as a rock, it's totally the fan's design. You'll also notice this when pulling the switches will swing the fixture. Keep in mind it's a small fan that doesn't weigh a whole lot, so I can't fault it too much for it. Just be aware. The fan doesn't put out any more noise than what I expected.All in all, these are quality cheap fans. They get the job done and look good doing it. However, if some fixture oscillation bothers you or if you don't want to deal with the candelabra bulbs, then I would recommend a different fan. 3Excellent ceiling fan! Excellent ceiling fan. Disregard fire claims as that was an old revision of this fan. If for some reason you receive a unit with a bulb rated more than 40 watts, just purchase a 40 watts bulb or the LED bulb of your choice. It was not the unit itself but the bulb included. Anything else in this fan is just perfect including the price. Don't purchase this unit to third party vendors just fromAmazon or Prime vendors. 5Having noise problems? Not me. I like it, the instructions weren't perfect but they were good enough and the lightbulbs aren't very bright but they are replaceable. The fan is decently quiet. If you are experiencing any surging noise be sure to make sure your wall switch IS NOT a DIMMER switch. If it is you will have a pulsing noise coming from the fan that will over time ruin the fan motor. If you have the coveted blue wire in your wall and your room was intentionally wired for a ceiling fan the lights can be hooked up to a dimmer but the fan cannot. Attached is a video of my fan while it was still hooked up to a dimmer switch. I also included photos of before and after I updated the bulbs to "60w E12 6000 lumens LED daylight bulbs". 4
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Awesome looking product, but the motors are loud humming garbage Looks and seems to be quality materials for the price, as it's more expensive looking than it costs. However, I've been using two of these fans in two different bedrooms for about 6 months and can now say with certainty the motors on these fans are garbage! They get louder with near unbearable hum with every passing month, and now I'm forced to buy two new fans yet again already! Don't buy these if you need a reasonably quiet non-humming ceiling fan - you've been warned in advance. That said, if you just want a great looking fan and don't care about loud hum, you're good to go with this one. 2Great little fan for a great price. This is a great little fan and I've bought two of them for my small second floor bedrooms, both between 120 and 140 square feet. I like that the blades are reversible for different decor. I went with the darker, wengue wood side. The fan itself puts out a good amount of air, and the light seems adequate for a bedroom. I have very 80's textured ceiling so I like that when the light is on it de-emphasizes the texture since it hangs lower than a traditional light fixture. My one complaint is how much the whole thing swings when you pull the light and fan chains, but can be alleviated somewhat by holding the glass with one hand while you pull the chain with the other. Many fans have the ball style mount these days so it's not anything that out of the ordinary. There is a mild hum from the motor while the fan is running, but again, that's very common to electric motors. When you have the fan on high the sound of air moving is much louder than the hum in my opinion. I was on the fence about the 3 blades, as I prefer a 5 blade fan. After living with it for a while it doesn't bother me at all. For the price this fan is definitely a fantastic value. If you go to the big box stores you'll pay twice as much for the same or worse quality. It's also difficult to find these more modern designs for a reasonable price in stores. 5Great fans Purchased these ceiling fans for 3 of the 4 bedrooms in our most recent home purchase/rehab project. Gives a nice modern feel to the room. My husband said it was mostly an easy to install, took about a 30 minute to install them each - and he has limited handy man experience doing these things. I m only giving this 4 stars because I feel the lights aren t as bright as I expected. Plenty of light, but not as bright as they could be. 4I finally found "THE ABSOLUTE WORST" ceiling fan ever I thought the ceiling fan I purchased last week from some unnamed Korean company was bad. But I may have to go give that one two stars, just so this one can be worse.Where to start. The LED isn't very bright, which was my whole purpose in getting a new ceiling fan. Unlike any other ceiling fan I've ever had, yes, this one dims, but then when it's turned off and back on, it doesn't start at full brightness again. It persists the dim setting. So there's no way to get back to "full brightness" other than holding it and letting it cycle through dim / full until you HOPEFULLY can stop it on the brightest setting. But if you miss that split second, you're trying again.Let's start next with the insane footage of wires for a system that only comes with one single tiny downrod. Sure, it's there if you need to use a longer rod, but I'd rather splice wires in *if* i had to purchase a separate long downrod to suspend this thing 6 feet from the ceiling. Instead I had to cut them all short.Assembly - what a horror. there are no blade mounting parts - the wood screws directly into the motor. And since there's the pitch, it's tilted, and trying to get the screws into the holes was an exercise in EXTREME frustration. I cursed more while putting up this fan than I *EVER* have working on ANYTHING - and I was in the military.... The screws wouldn't catch, they'd cross thread, they'd drop and I'd have to get off the ladder to go fetch. Absolute nightmare. Two blades are secured by two screws, with the third screw on each only partially able to get started because they just won't go in, and I only have them there so there's an even number on all blades so I didn't contribute to the balance problem by having any one side short.This tiny little downrod - makes it nearly impossible to work on the wiring above because there's just not enough room to drop the canopy cover, so you're stuck with this small little space right against the ceiling.Then there's the wobble. Without a blade, this thing was horribly out of balance (I always test ceiling fans with just the lights plugged in and the fan set to low before I have everything on, just to make sure the wiring was good). So despite all my attempts, there is simply NO getting rid of this wobble. With three fan blades, none are directly opposite of any wobble "hot spot", and trying multiple points on the opposite blades never made the wobble any better, so I can only run this thing on low. I spent about an hour with notes and tried nearly every possible combination and never was able to get anywhere.Absolute nightmare. I would've kept the junk from Korea except that the LED was messed up, and even when turned off, had a little ghost blink you could see at night when the room was dark. But at least that wasn't as horrible to assemble as this thing was.Debating whether to return it or not since Amazon doesn't have "Piece of Junk" as an option for return, but odds are I'm going to box it back up since the inability to balance it just makes this thing absolutely useless.And yes, I've done tons of ceiling fans - people ask me to install theirs since I have so much experience, so balancing a fan isn't anything difficult that I haven't done many, many times. This one is just to completely bad that I can't get anywhere near balance no matter what I try. 1I like it! Fan is quiet and attractive, plus it moves a lot of air for only being 42" wide! Lights are a bit dim, but we just replaced with 60watt candelabra base bulbs and it's much better. Honestly, the 40watt's that came with it would've been fine if the frosting on the light cover didn't dim them so much.The light shines down rather than up, so light does not hit the ceiling to spread around the top half of the room.Gives a bit of a 'mood lighting' effect since it only shines down, but I like this effect. With that said, if this is the only source of light in your room you might want to consider something brighter. (We have lamps to supplement in guest bedrooms, and recessed in our master) 4Great fan for my tiny room! Fan works great in our tiny living room! Light is kind of dim which is great for just hanging out, but will need a second light source if trying to do anything that needs attention to detail. Also, it has been very quiet, many other reviews say it can be noisy so I was happy mine is not. 5Disappointing quality We bought this fan as an upgrade over the 20-year-old ceiling fan that was in our bedroom when we moved into our new home. There was nothing wrong with the old ceiling fan, except that it was ugly and it hung down quite far from the ceiling and I would have to watch my head when walking past it. I wish we kept that original fan, now that I have this one installed and have lived with it for about 1 month now.I should've suspected I would feel this way from Day 1 of trying to install it. Several quality issues with the equipment hinted as such to me, but I decided to ignore them. For example, one of the 2 set screws that hold the main fan housing secure against the down-shaft was completely seized up. I had to use a friend and a couple of wrenches to loosen it, and then it never screw back in properly.The attached image to this review is of the mounting bracket where it meets the ceiling. This is by far the most frustrating part about this fan. First of all, it's a very flimsy part. Second of all, the 2 screws that hold the fan to the ceiling are even flimsier. In fact, they're the thinnest screws in the entire fan assembly, despite the fact that they are supposed to hold the weight of the fan and ALSO keep the fan from rocking side to side when it spins. Finally, because of the shape of the bracket and the fact that it's curved on the inside, I cannot make the screws tight enough and therefore my fan rocks side-to-side constantly. There's literally nothing I can do except listen to the tick-tick-tick of the fan shaking every night, all night. I've tried screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches ... literally everything to get those screws tighter.The thing is: I thought ceiling fans are not supposed to shake, even if they're not tightly secured to the ceiling? My father-in-law swears this is true and I believe him. So maybe the fan is lopsided. I tried balancing it with the included blade weights and nothing worked. I even tried to tighten different parts inside the fan, and still no result.Anyway, the conclusion of my review is that Westinghouse has fallen a long way from the quality, trusted, American-made home appliances they once made. Buyer beware on this item. Ceiling fans are not something I will ever deal-seek on again. 3The 60w bulbs put out twice the light output and leaves me happy with the lighting 3.5/5This is a cute little fan. It has a modern style that looks contemporary and clean. I purchased two of them. One for a 130 square foot room, and one for a 160 square foot room that I am remodeling.Cooling: It cools the 130 square foot room really well. No problems.The 160 square foot room is a little big for this fan. It cools most of the room around the center, but around the parameter there is a significant decrease of air movement. Not really a problem because the fan doesn't get used in the larger room very much. When it does, it will still provide some cooling.Lighting: Get ready to upgrade the lights. The included 40w bulbs shadow many things in the 130 square feet room. In the 160 square feet room, it leaves the closet area nearly dark. I upgraded to 60w LED bulbs (important, because you're going over the allowed wattage, so make sure to stick with LEDs if you chose to do so due to less heat). The 60w bulbs put out twice the light output and leaves me happy with the lighting. It's still not going to light it up to the level of a work area, but it's definitely passable.Quality: The quality is good. There were no scratches or anything when I pulled it out of the packaging. The installation went pretty smooth, though I did find some errors in the instructions. All the shiny parts are painted really well. The fan is one of the types that sit in a socket and are not firmly mounted (swivel mounted). If you turn the fan on the highest mode, the lighting fixture will have some oscillation. On the next highest mode, the fan has significantly reduced oscillation. Yes, I have metal fan junction boxes that are firm as a rock, it's totally the fan's design. You'll also notice this when pulling the switches will swing the fixture. Keep in mind it's a small fan that doesn't weigh a whole lot, so I can't fault it too much for it. Just be aware. The fan doesn't put out any more noise than what I expected.All in all, these are quality cheap fans. They get the job done and look good doing it. However, if some fixture oscillation bothers you or if you don't want to deal with the candelabra bulbs, then I would recommend a different fan. 3Excellent ceiling fan! Excellent ceiling fan. Disregard fire claims as that was an old revision of this fan. If for some reason you receive a unit with a bulb rated more than 40 watts, just purchase a 40 watts bulb or the LED bulb of your choice. It was not the unit itself but the bulb included. Anything else in this fan is just perfect including the price. Don't purchase this unit to third party vendors just fromAmazon or Prime vendors. 5Having noise problems? Not me. I like it, the instructions weren't perfect but they were good enough and the lightbulbs aren't very bright but they are replaceable. The fan is decently quiet. If you are experiencing any surging noise be sure to make sure your wall switch IS NOT a DIMMER switch. If it is you will have a pulsing noise coming from the fan that will over time ruin the fan motor. If you have the coveted blue wire in your wall and your room was intentionally wired for a ceiling fan the lights can be hooked up to a dimmer but the fan cannot. Attached is a video of my fan while it was still hooked up to a dimmer switch. I also included photos of before and after I updated the bulbs to "60w E12 6000 lumens LED daylight bulbs". 4
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