70-inch ceiling fan ideal for great rooms (view larger
Offering a contemporary twist to a classic, the Hunter Stockbridge 70-inch ceiling fan (model 55042) is designed to cool large rooms like your great room, where your family spends most of its time. Transitionally styled and designer New Bronze finish and a white snowflake scavo glass light bowl, it blends seamlessly with any decor. Freshen its look to match a new decorating scheme by reversing the five blades from walnut to medium oak.
The ceiling fan's Installer's Choice three-position mounting system allows for hanging the fan in a standard, flush, or angled position. Even more, the ceiling fan's WhisperWind motor helps ensure quiet performance and smooth-running operation. It uses two 60-watt candelabra base incandescent bulbs (included). The Stockbridge can be installed with or without the light.
Dust Armor Nanotechnology Blade Coating
One of the biggest complaints with ceiling fans is having to clean dusty fan blades and the unsightliness of having extremely dusty blades in an otherwise clean home. After years of research, Hunger has formulated a blade coating that helps to repel dust build up through a breakthrough nanotechnology.
Fan blades with Hunter's Dust Armor blade coating have a layer of nano particles that repel small moisture molecules. Dust particles gather to water molecules and when the density of the dust/water particles is low enough, light air currents blow the combined particle away from the surface.
What Size Fan Is Best for Your Room?
|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 ||7911 cubic feet per minute |
|Electricity use ||86 watts (excludes lights) |
|Airflow efficiency ||92 cubic feet per minute per watt |
*For comparison, 49- to 60-inch ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
About Hunter Fan
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.