|Part Number||Haiku Home HK52W L Series|
|Item Weight||11 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||52 x 52 x 11.4 inches|
|Item model number||Haiku Home HK52W L Series|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||988 lm|
|Certification||energy_star, certified frustration-free|
|Special Features||Wi-Fi Enabled|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||Installation Guide (1), Mounting Bracket (1), Control Box (1), Wiring Cover (1), LED Diffuser Ring (1), Mounting Ball (1), M5 Screws with Tooth Washer (6), Painted M3.5 Screws (2), M4 Socket Head Cap Screws (4), M8 Bolt (1), M8 Washer (1), M8 Nylock Nut (1), Wedge (1), 4 mm Self-TappingScrew (1), Steel Pin (1), Lower Cover Trim (1), Lower Cover Ring (1), Extension Tube (2), Motor Unit (1), Airfoils (3), Remote Control (1), 3V CR Coin Battery (1), Wiring Harness (1), Warranty Registration Card (1), WiFi module (1), LED Lens cover (1)|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Manganese Dioxide|
|Warranty Description||Please see attached warranty pdf located in technical specifications.|
|Assembled Diameter||52 inches|
Haiku Home L Series Smart Ceiling Fan, Wi-Fi, Indoor, LED Light, White, Works with Amazon Alexa
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- Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming through voice control. Controlled by IR remote (included), Alexa device sold separately
- Factory-balanced and sound tested to ensure each L Series Ceiling Fan will never wobble, rattle or click
- Provides coverage for indoor spaces 15 x 15 feet with flat or sloped ceilings
- Energy Star certified (exceeds efficiency requirements by 450%)
- Integrated LED featuring 16 Distinct brightness settings
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From the manufacturer
Haiku L Series
In 2012, Haiku by Big Ass Fans reinvented the ceiling fan’s century-old design. Continued innovation led to the L Series - the first ceiling fan to offer voice control through Amazon Echo.
Big Ass Solutions was recently honored with the ENERGY STAR Award for Excellence in Energy-Efficient Product Design for our Haiku Fans.
World-class Design and Efficiency
L Series: Iconic Style, High-Level Performance
Haiku fans have won more than 60 international design and technology awards, including recognition from ENERGY STAR, Popular Science, Interior Design, CES and A’Design.
- L Series exceeds ENERGY STAR requirements by 450%
Total Control of your Comfort
Every L Series includes a simple slim line remote for one-touch fan control.
Set and adjust your fan preferences using the free Haiku Home mobile app.
Control your L Series fan with simple voice commands using Amazon Echo. Simply say, "Alexa, turn on my fan" and discover hands-free comfort.
Never Change Another Bulb
Put simply, LEDs are more efficient and perform better than other light sources. Haiku L Series features an integrated LED module that uses about half the energy of a conventional 40-watt incandescent bulb yet produces twice as much light. And since the L Series LED is rated to last more than 30 times as long, you’ll never have to change another bulb.
Haiku L Series fans are factory-balanced for precise, wobble-free performance.
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|Color||White||Fresh White||White||Brushed Nickel/Distressed Koa||Satin Nickel||Appliance White|
|Fan Size||—||54 in||52 in||60 in||54 in||44 in|
|Finish Types||Glossy||White||White||Brushed Steel||Brushed Nickel/Chrome||White|
|Material Type||Plastic||Metal, Glass||—||Metal||Metal, Glass||Glass|
|Mounting Type||—||Downrod||Downrod||Downrod||Downrod||Flush Mount|
|Number of Blades||3||3||3||3||3||3|
|Additional Features||Wi-Fi Enabled||Variable Speeds||Remote Control||Variable Speed||Variable Speeds||Remote_control|
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|Voltage||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts|
The award winning, elegantly designed haiku L series ceiling Fan delivers serious airflow and exceptional efficiency in equal measure. The L series is energy star certified and performs 4 times as efficiently as standards require, saving you money on utility bills. This 52-inch ceiling Fan is available in matte black, glossy white, cocoa and Caramel adding a touch of modern sophistication to any space. With an integrated LED and 16 brightness setting, you can adjust the light output to fit every occasion. Ten unique control settings allow you to choose the Fan speed, timer, sleep mode, and whoosh mode, which simulates natural breezes. The light and Fan can be controlled using the included remote, the free mobile app on your smart phone, or the Amazon echo (Alexa), which allows you to adjust the Fan using simple voice commands. Every L series also features precision-balanced airfoils and is sound tested to make sure your Fan will never wobble, rattle or click. Stylish and efficient, the L series ceiling Fan is the perfect comfort solution for all spaces. Please Note: L Series fans require an active grounding wire which may not be present in homes built prior to 1950. This product is for indoor use only.
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What is it replacing? an $89 dollar fan from a big box store. Nothing was wrong with my other fan. It wasn't super loud. It moved a decent amount of air. It went clockwise, counterclockwise. Had four lights and two pull chains.
What it didn't have was a remote and WiFi connectivity. I guess this isn't a big deal to most people but I really liked the idea of integrating a a ceiling fan into my smart home.
Upon unboxing, it looks a little startling. I have installed several fans prior and they were all realtively easy to assemble.
This particular fan wasn't hard by any means, but it was a bit time consuming. (I was still under 30 minutes for the install).
I was saddened (but I knew) that there is so much plastic on this fan. Literally everything is plastic. The blades look "real" enough, I suppose.
It's an attractive modernized fan, for sure. So what else do I like about it?
-The fan is a marvel to look at while it's spinning. No vibration or wobble at all. None.
-It is super quiet -- on slower speeds. It can get pretty loud on higher speeds just because the sheer amount of air it's pushing around.
-It is attractive. Not all people will like this. It's far different looking than a traditional fan.
-The integrated LED lighting. It can be super bright or dimmed. There are quite of in-between light brightness' too.
-Comes with two down rods. I used the shorter 3" rod as I hung this fan on a 8' ceiling. It also comes with two light covers. A white one and a "smoked one for likely more diffused light. I kept the white one on.
-WiFi enabled! Cool. Alexa can control it. My cellphone can control it! ONLY if the wall switched is left on, naturally. Very easy connection to my home network here.
-The remote. Speed, light brightness, timers, sleep mode, etc. Great handy remote that works well
-Woosh mode. It's neat. The fan changes pace a bit every so often to make it feel like a natural breeze is coming through an open window vs steady airflow from a fan.
-The LED blue light indicators.They will change as you play with the fans speed, mode, etc.
What didn't I like?
Before I get into this, i'll be honest. I have far fewer things about this fan thus far that I don't like vs what I do like. However, I feel they're big players.
-Lots of connections. Previous fan had three wires to my home electric. Wire nuts and done. The Haiku has smilar, but due to all of it's features there are several quick connects. You have to also slide the controller in before you close up the top unit after install. My recently built home had a pretty shallow box in the ceiling for a fan so this made tucking the wires a bit more difficult, but was still able to do it.
-Why no LED color lighting? at the cost of 7 other fans, lets give a little bit too, shall we?
-PLASTIC. I would have loved to see at least the fan blades made of a nice light wood and i'll get back to this on my next bullet point. The housing of this unit that is up top feels flimsy, not that you'd ever touch it. Mine came with a few scratches already on it however it's 8' away. The whole assembly minus the steel bracket makes me feel like this fan COULD fall but I know it won't.
-COST! Everything, everything above becomes an issue when factoring cost. Sure, I love how quiet it is and the air it moves. But is it worth $700+ dollars after figuring tax? That is going to be a personal decision on your part. For me, it's not worth the cost. Will I return it? No, But I don't know if i'll be buying more. I have 5 other fans in my house and I'd like them to all be this fan but that is several thousand dollars.
I really like the fan and i'd rate it at three stars due to cost but the product itself deserves 5 so i'll leave it at four. Sure, I don't mind paying for premium products. I just don't know if this fan fits that descriptor.
The hardware is beautiful, whisper-quiet, and apparently well-made. The fan is a marvel, and would be worth the very substantial premium over simpler fans, were it not for the software.
In order to use most of the fan's functions, notably the room monitor sensor, "winter mode", and several others, one must control it from an app on your smartphone or tablet. The required "Haiku Home" app (I tested the Android version) is so bad that it's laughable. Setup took me hours, and I have spent several decades in the computer and networking business. The fan won't connect to a network unless it has a WPA/WPA-2 password. The fan won't find networks if you have more than one. The app will tell you the fan is connected when it's not. It will tell you it's not connected when it is. The app repeatedly fails in trying to update the fan's firmware -- but doesn't give an error message. In short, the software is a poorly-engineered mess. The "SenseMe" mode doesn't work either -- the fan spins whether there's someone in the room or not -- likely also a software error.
The customer support for Big Ass / Haiku is polite, but unable to provide any real "technical" support, other than to say "Well, keep trying!"
One can turn the fan on and off and adjust the speed from the (provided) IR or RF remote control, without using WiFi -- if you want the modern design of this fan and don't care about the additional "features" provided by the software, then you'll be OK. But if -- like me -- you decided to spend 2x or 3x the price of a comparable product, then you'll be frustrated.
As far as Haiku Home goes, shame on you for foisting this product on the world. Decent software design, engineering, and test is not rocket science -- spend some money and get it right.