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|Price:||$158.99 + $11.99 shipping|
This item: Hunter 23252 Baseball 44-Inch Single Light 4-Blade Ceiling Fan, Leather-Look Mitt Base with 4 Pine/Aluminum Blades and Baseball Light
|Price||$ 158.99||$ 82.57||$ 298.80||$ 219.00|
|Shipping||$ 11.99||$ 8.14||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
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|Blade Color||Brown||Blue||Wood Finish||Gray|
|Number Of Blades||4||4||4||3|
|Mounting||Flush Mount||Flush Mount||Downrod||Information not Provided|
|Color||Leather||Information not Provided||Orange, Black||Blue|
This Baseball Fan Ceiling Fan (model 23252) from Hunter Fan is a perfect fit for the true baseball enthusiast. The die-cast catcher's mitt housing, home plate ceiling applique and baseball globe light kit set this fan apart from all others. Designed to be easily installed, it features Hunter's WhisperWind motor for years of quiet reliability. It comes with four pine or aluminum baseball bat-shape blades.
The light fixture uses one 19-watt compact fluorescent bulb (included) and comes with a home plate ceiling applique. This fan can be installed without the light kit if desired. Hunter's patented anti-vibration technology featuring the unique triangular hanger ball system reduces torque for wobble free performance.
|Small rooms up to 10 by 10 feet||30- to 48-inch fans|
|Large rooms up to 20 by 20 feet||50- to 54-inch fans|
|Great rooms over 20 by 20 feet||56-inch fans or larger|
|Airflow||3,000 cubic feet per minute|
|Electricity use||52 watts (excludes lights)|
|Airflow efficiency||58 cubic feet per minute per watt*|
|Dimensions, standard installation||11 inches to bottom of fan, 8-1/2 inches to bottom of fan blade, 10 inches to bottom of light (with included 3-inch downrod)|
|Dimensions, flush installation||8-1/2 inches to bottom of fan, 6 inches to bottom of fan blade, 7 inches to bottom of light|
The Hunter Fan company traces its origins back to 1886, when John Hunter and son James C. Hunter created the first water-driven ceiling fan in upstate New York. Today, the company continues to combine 19th century craftsmanship with innovative design and technology to create air-movement products of unmatched quality, style, and whisper-quiet performance. Products that are as tough on the inside as they are beautiful on the outside. That's why you can count on all of our products to help you transform your house into a stylish, comfortable, healthy home that looks — and feels — exactly the way you want it to.
fan did not work, once fan was installed by a licensed electrician the fan blades would scrub and barely turnPublished 1 month ago by Christy
Difficult to put together and we are still trying to balance it after installing it. But it is awesome! My son loves it and once it is all settled, it will be great.Published 1 month ago by Amy L.
Smaller than first thought, but for the size of the room it works great. Easily moves the air in the 10'x10' room that it is in. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tkinkade21
We are very satisfied. Our grandson, whose room the fan was installed in was and has been very excited about having a baseball and home plate above his bed (we laugh because he is... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wallace Reese
I thought it would be a lot nicer than it was.Its made cheap.Published 4 months ago by linette oliver