Indoor Ceiling Fan with Pull Chain, 52-inch Ceiling Fan

ETL Intertek DLC Listed UL Listed Energy Star
$75.80 - $89.80
SKU:  FAPA520X
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  • Product Features

    • HIGH AIRFLOW - MORE AIR CIRCULATION. 62W motor and five 22" wooden fan blades provide an incredible 4,450 CFM - an airflow efficiency of nearly 71 CFM/W and Energy Star rated.
    • ADJUSTABLE MOUNTING - EASY INSTALL. This 52-inch indoor ceiling fan with pull chain can be flush mounted for low ceilings, down rod mounted for normal and high ceilings, or angle mounted for use in rooms with angled ceilings. Just follow the instructions!
    • MULTIPLE SPEED OPTIONS - Activate and adjust the speed of the fan with the included pull chain. With an old-fashioned feel and look have a direct control over the air flow in the living room, bedroom or kitchen.*Depends on "Option" selected.
    • REMOTE CONTROL OPERATED - Control the 52-inch indoor ceiling fan with pull chain from anywhere in the room. With the remote control you can activate the fan and adjust the speed without stretching for the pull chain. Batteries Included. *Depends on "Option" selected.
    • TWO-WAY ROTATION - TRIM YOUR ELECTRIC BILL! The reversible control function allows you to switch the direction of the classic wood ceiling fan from downward airflow during the summer to upward during the cooler winter period.
    • 5 YEAR WARRANTY - We remove the risk to ensure your satisfaction. Hyperikon's five-year unlimited warranty got you covered! Contact us for an easy and fast replacement.
  • Indoor Ceiling Fan with Pull Chain, 52-inch Ceiling Fan

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