What’s important to look for in 52″ Innovation Modern Ceiling Fan?
52" blade span. 12 degree blade pitch. Canopy is 6" wide x 2 1/4" high. 188 x 15 mm motor size. Two dark koa finish molded ABS blades. Brushed nickel finish motor. Integrated 15 watt dimmable LED module. 1429 lumens, comparable to a 100 watt incandescent. 3000K color temperature, 88 CRI. 4 1/2" downrod included. Fan height 11" ceiling to blade with 4 1/2" downrod . Fan height 12" ceiling to bottom of light kit with 4 1/2" downrod . Maximum slope 15 degrees with included canopy.
What is the advantage of this 52″ Innovation Modern Ceiling Fan?
The brushed nickel finish motor is handsomely complemented by the eye-catching dark koa finish molded ABS blades. Blades rotate in the same direction. Ideal for a modern living space, the Possini Euro Design Innovation LED ceiling fan offers an integrated dimmable LED light adds ambient lighting.
A brushed nickel finish housing and two dark koa finish blades make this modern fan design stand out.
Customer reviewsFan Wobbles and Down-Rod is Much shorter than pictured
This is a very unique, beautiful, and expensive fan. I have very high ceilings. I had this fan professionally installed. I thought I would give it a couple days. After detailed and careful review of the installation the fan still wobbles. Also the down tube length is not as represented in the photographs. It is only about 6 inches long whereas in the pictures it appears to be about 14"-15" inches based on the 52 inch blade spread . No where in the product detail was the down-rod length specified. Spoke with Kimberley at Lamps Plus this morning. She would not or could not send me a replacement down-rod. She was pleasant enough. She said their fans come with a standard 6" down-rod with the option to purchase other lengths on Amazon - NOT , no option and suggested I call their parts department and buy a replacement 12"- 12.99, 18"- 14.99, 24"- 19.99 . Though the replacement is not expensive the electrician will be because he has already cut the wires to the appropriate length for a 6" rod. So I supposed were talking slicing and potential safety issues now