|Part Number||412 761|
|Item Weight||21.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||52 x 52 x 14.6 inches|
|Item model number||412 761|
|Assembled Height||14.6 inches|
|Assembled Length||52 inches|
|Assembled Width||52 inches|
|Number of Blades||5|
|Air Flow Capacity||4935 CFM|
|Number of Lights||4|
|Maximum Compatible Wattage||62 watts|
|Specific Uses||General Purpose|
|Fixture Features||Variable Speed|
|Switch Installation Type||Flush Mount|
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Hampton Bay Carriage House 52 In. Indoor Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan
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- Carriage House 52 in. Indoor Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan
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|Blade Color||White||Brazilian Cherry/Harvest Mahogany||Wood||cherry||Walnut||Walnut/Medium Oak|
|Color||Brushed Nickel||Brushed Nickel / Brazilian Cherry||Brushed Nickel||Cherry / Stained Oak||Antique Brass||Antique Brass|
|Fan Size||52 in||52 in||52 in||52 in||52 in||52 in|
|Finish Types||Nickel||Brushed Nickel||brushed||New Bronze||Brass||Antique Brass|
|Material Type||Nickel||Metal, Glass||Glass, Metal||Metal||Brass||Metal, Glass|
|Mounting Type||Flush Mount||Optional||Flush Mount||Embedded||Downrod||Downrod|
|Number of Blades||5||5||5||5||5||5|
|Additional Features||Variable Speed||Blades are specially coated using Hunter's patented Dust Armor nanotechnology to repel dust build-up||Wall Control||Variable Speed||MDF blades are durable and stylish, 4-light kit included for illumination, Amber scavo glass casts an elegant glow, 3 speed operation with a reverse function for versatility, Antique brass finish for an attractive look, 5 reversible walnut and distressed pine blade finishes offer warmth and beauty, Uses four 14-Watt CFL medium base bulbs, 60-Watt equivalent (included), Tri-mount installation (close-to-ceiling, standard, or angled mount)||Blades are specially coated using Hunter's patented Dust Armor nanotechnology to repel dust build-up|
|Style Name||Traditional||Builder Plus||Classic||1 Light Source||Antique||Traditional|
|Voltage||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||—||120 volts|
With its handsome brushed-nickel finish, 4-light kit with white linen glass and 5 carved, reversible rosewood/bleached cherry blades, the Hampton Bay Carriage House 52 in. Ceiling Fan adds traditional style to any room decor. The 153 mm x 18 mm Power Plus motor provides up to 4,935 CFM airflow for optimal air movement, and the triple capacitor offers quiet fan operation.
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...with all of that said, I would be remiss if I didn't point out that installation of this particular model is just not up to the standards I have come to expect from Hampton Bay. Perhaps this is an older model and that's why the install was a bit more challenging than previous ones, but whatever the reason, it just seemed way more difficult than it needed to be. I only wish I had taken pictures before finishing the install because there is ZERO chance I'm going to take this thing down to take one, now that I've finally gotten it up and running. I will, however, provide a picture from the installation guide which should hopefully give an idea as to were the specific challenge lies.
Nearly every Hampton Bay fan I've installed over the years (and this goes for almost every shape and size), has involved the same exact setup:
- there is a cross-member piece that attaches diagonally to the electrical box
- the cross-member piece has four screws (two on each, opposite side)
- you remove one screw from each side, while leaving the other two slightly loose
- you bring the fan motor up to the cross-member, slot the two loose screws into the canopy, and then complete the install by tightening all four screws.
This model though, requires a slightly different (and a quite a bit more annoying) installation. It still uses a cross-member to attach to the outlet box - but rather than the standard method of having the screws on the sides, this one has three threaded studs which you align with the motor, and then secure with locking nuts (my hope is that the shortcomings of this setup will become evident, once you see the picture I've provided from the instruction manual).
Note the picture on the top right where it shows the use of 1/4" locknuts - in particular, note the placement of the studs and nuts in relation to the fan motor itself. You won't be able to get a socket wrench on them (unless you have a 1/2" ratchet available) - and since as I mentioned, these are of the locknut variety, you will be forced to grunt these nuts on (while holding the weight of the fan in your other hand, at the same time). Definitely NOT FUN!!! Obviously, this is not an impossible task - but it's just not as easy as it should be (and definitely not the standard I'm accustomed to when installing a Hampton Bay fan). I don't understand the reasoning behind this setup, especially in light of the standards that have been used for installation on all of the previous ones I've installed.
Again - the fan itself is certainly a quality appliance. It looks great, runs beautifully, and I have no complaints about the overall design of the fan. But there is no way I can justify a rating any higher than a '3 star' due to this ridiculous installation requirement. As I said before, it's possible this is just an older model (I installed another Hampton Bay fan only a month ago and that fan went right up, the same way they've always been setup) but whatever the case may be, unless you are ABSOLUTELY in love with both the look and price of this particular fan, I would highly recommend looking for a different model.
It's a great fan - just a very poor installation design...
I will buy hunter fans as the one I bought it’s way less noise.