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Broan 757SN Bathroom Ceiling Fan/Light with Frosted-Glass Shade, Satin Nickel Finish

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  • 80 CFM 2.5 Sones Uses two standard candelabra bulbs - 60-watt maximum each (not included)
  • Corrosion-resistant polished brass finish base with frosted melon glass globe
  • Plug-in, light fixture assembly and permanently lubricated motor
  • Polymeric blower wheel and rugged galvanized steel housing
  • Sturdy keyhole mounting brackets for quick, accurate installation with tapered, polymeric 4-Inch round duct fitting for easy, positive duct connection and no metallic clatter
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Broan 757SN Bathroom Ceiling Fan/Light with Frosted-Glass Shade, Satin Nickel Finish + Broan 754RB Decorative Ventilation Fan and Light, Oil Rubbed Bronze
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Broan
Part Number 757SN
Item Weight13.3 pounds
Product Dimensions2 x 2 x 2 inches
Item model number757SN
Assembled Height 2 inches
Assembled Length 2 inches
Assembled Width 2 inches
Item Package Quantity1
Style Modern
Color Nickel
Material Glass
Finish Nickel
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000KKO6PK
Best Sellers Rank #12,774 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableSeptember 7, 2007
  
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Product Description

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Designed go in the ceiling of your bathroom, the Broan 757 combines a sharp, modern-looking light fixture with a powerful ventilation fan. A frosted glass shade is connected to a corrosion-resistant base available in a pewter or satin nickel finish. Sturdy, key-holed mounting brackets make installation easy. The light fixture allows for two incandescent light bulbs up to 60 watts each.

At a Glance
757 80-CFM Decorative Fan/Light
At a Glance:

  • Frosted glass shade attached to corrosion-resistant base

  • Rugged, 26-gauge galvanized steel housing

  • Sturdy, key-holed mounting brackets for quick installation

  • Backed by a one-year warranty
At a Glance

757 80-CFM Decorative Fan/Light
The Broan 757 features a frosted glass shade attached to a modern-looking steel base (click to enlarge).

Modern-Looking Light Fixture for Your Bathroom
The Broan 757 light fixture and ventilation fan features a frosted glass shade attached to a corrosion-resistant base. You can choose from two finishes to complement your bathroom décor: a pewter finish and a satin nickel finish.

Rugged Construction for Durability
The Broan 757 sports a close mount design and rugged, 26-gauge galvanized steel housing. A tapered, polymeric duct fitting with a built-in backdraft damper enables an easy, positive duct connection and no metallic clatter. Other highlights include vent openings in the fixture base for the exhaust fan as well as a polymeric blower wheel with a permanently lubricated motor.

Easy to Install
The Broan 757 light fixture assembly is plug-in and removable, and dual, sturdy, key-holed mounting brackets allow for quick and accurate installation. The unit is designed to be installed in flat ceilings only.

The Broan 757 takes two candelabra-base incandescent light bulbs up to 60 watts each. Bulbs are not included.

About Broan
Broan is a trademark of Broan-NuTone, North America's leading manufacturer and distributor of residential ventilation products including range hoods, ventilation fans, heater/fan/light combination units, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Fresh Air Systems, built-in heaters, whole-house fans, attic ventilators, paddle fans, and trash compactors. Broan-NuTone is proud to be an Energy Star partner.

What's in the Box
Broan 757 light fixture and ventilation fan.

Product Description

Keep things fresh and contemporary--even with the most functional of fixtures with this Broan 757SN decorative fan/light combo. Designed for use in the bathroom, the unit offers powerful ventilation, effectively pulling moisture up and out of the room during those hot, steamy showers. In addition to its 80-CFM ventilating fan, the ceiling fixture functions as a convenient light source, offering general room lighting from its two candelabra-base incandescent bulbs (60-watt maximum each; not included). Best of all, the fan/light fixture sports an eye-catching contemporary design consisting of a fantastic fusion of a curved frosted-glass shade held in place by a corrosion-resistant satin-nickel base. Strong, key-holed mounting brackets make accurate installation a snap. Other details include a plug-in and removable light-fixture assembly, rugged galvanized-steel housing, a polymeric blower wheel with a permanently lubricated motor, and a tapered, polymeric 4-inch round duct fitting for easy, positive duct connection. The double-duty fan/light ceiling fixture measures 8 inches long by 8-1/4 inches wide by 5-3/4 inches high and carries a one-year limited warranty.

From its humble beginnings in the 1930s, starting with one man's kitchen fan and another's melodious door chime, two companies emerged and subsequently joined forces to create one powerhouse company, Broan-NuTone--headquartered in Wisconsin and serving a global market. As North America's leading producer of residential ventilation products, Broan-NuTone provides high-quality range hoods, ventilation fans, and indoor air-quality products. The company's collection also includes chimes, central vacuums, intercom systems, medicine cabinets, built-in electric heaters, whole-house fans, attic ventilators, paddle fans, ironing centers, trash compactors, and speakers. Even more, Broan-NuTone manufactures private-label products for GE, Sears, Whirlpool, and other appliance leaders. Their revolutionary products continue to offer value, reliability, and exceptional convenience for homeowners.


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Customer Reviews

It was rusted within 6 months.
Amazon Customer
Noise level: You can hear that it is running, but it isn't terribly loud.
B. Dunne
The fan looks great and works great.
Ann M. Berka

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Paul rich and famous on October 17, 2012
Fan and light combination work great, fan is pretty quiet. After two years of use I started noticing that the finish was rusting. The Representative from Broan said I could replace the outer fixture for $94. Broan rep said that the reason for the rust was because I was not leaving the fan on long enough after showering. Funny thing though I boutght cheap towel bars that match the chrome finish on the fan/vent and they have not started rusting...
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 10, 2013
This thing is a terrible exhaust fan. It was rusted within 6 months. It's now covered in rust after a year. I bought it from Home Depot and it had some poor reviews on their site, but I figured with my tiny bathroom, it should do the job. I was very wrong! I actually came across this because I'm on here shopping for a new one! Skip the style and invest in performance.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Shirley on May 16, 2012
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As I've said in my previous reviews, I don't have a lot of previous experience in home renovations. Before purchasing this item I did a lot of research in installing new and replacing existing ceiling fan exhaust systems. I also spent a few hours in the attic mapping and planning the exhaust and the placement of the unit. My house had no existing unit, so this was a completely new installation. After figuring I would just connect it directly to the current kitchen installation exhausting (with a damper to prevent backwash), I drilled a pilot hole into the bathroom ceiling and checked the attic. The hole was off my 6 inches from the nearest mounting stud. This was perfect since it meant the light would be almost directly center in the room between the wall and the shower. After mapping, the cutting, and mounting took about 3-4 hours. Running the exhaust was another 2-3 hours. I paid a licensed electrician to run the wires and hook the unit up with this switch Intermatic EI210W Electronic Auto-Off Timer 10/20/30/60 Minutes, White.

The unit is quiet, and it is barely noticeable above the running water. It is, however, loud enough to cover or at least mask bodily excretion sounds. The instructions were very good and detailed. The only tools I used were this Milwaukee 48-22-0304 Drywall-Plaster Rasping Jab Saw, 6-Inches, and miscellaneous screwdrivers and a drill.

The unit does require candelabra lights and the frosted glass sits in the outer mesh holder. This makes it a little harder to remove and change the lights (three hands are needed, or slow patience). Other than that, I am very satisfied with this unit.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By High Tech parent on March 2, 2011
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This is an attractive ceiling fan to use in a bathroom. It's not too loud and the light is bright enough to enable one to see in the bathroom. I like the modern design. The guys who helped put it in (as we had to have a hole cut in the bathroom ceiling and wiring put in) had only seen the more clunkier plastic housing fan/lights. They were surprised to see a fan/light that did the same thing, but also looked really attractive. Obviously, this isn't sold at all the big box hardware stores. It also arrived very quickly.

I read reviews about sound and some said that you didn't want the bathroom fan to be so quiet you can't remember to turn it off. This fan is loud enough that you'll remember to turn it off, but not incredibly loud and actually sometimes does fade into the background. Highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike on April 14, 2013
I have had this fan for about 4 years and it's falling apart. I first noticed after 2 years it became very loud, i figured it needed to be cleaned and oiled, upon talking off the light fixture to get to the motor i found that cleaning/oiling is not possible due to the way it is built, the fan does not come apart. the only option is to remove the entire unit from the ceiling. following that, the glass globe now shakes and vibrates all on it own, quadrupling the noise, this can be fixed by readjusting the globe, which happens almost daily. and after 4 years the metal parts have now begun to rust, and today i noticed the globe is stained with rust, i tried scrubbing it off in the sink, it does not come clean. this fan was not bad at first, never really quiet to begin with, but now it is just horrible and i am shopping for a new one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Abel on June 15, 2011
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The fixture is nicely finished, and looks great and seems sturdy so far.
Advantage: The light and fan both plug into separate regular plugs inside the fixture which is great because you can feed them from separate circuits (my light is on dimmer, fan is on a different circuit with a regular switch).
Disadvantages: The fan is a little loud, and the light uses small-base candelabra bulbs.
Overall I'm pleased with this fixture.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dr. in Pasadena on November 17, 2010
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If your bath is large, this may not be the ideal fixture because it removes the humidity slowly - but will get the job done. This fixture is quality and a great compliment to the halogen fixture I have over the double vanity. Great buy!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ann M. Berka on April 6, 2012
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The fan looks great and works great. Sound of the fan is low. also has efficient lighting. Nothing else to say
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