What to look for in Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50514 Rio 52″ Ceiling Fan?
Works with Alexa for voice control hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately QUALITY DESIGN: Features an oil rubbed bronze, 3 black matte ceiling fan blades with a beautifully frosted, cased white glass bowl light glass bowl light 2 E26/a15 LED bulbs included REMOTE CONTROL INCLUDED: Controlling your fan has never been easier The 3 speed settings of your fan as well as the light output all from the convenience of an easy-to-use remote control included . Also compatible with Google Home and Alex with a Bond Home sold separately . Batteries included QUIET REVERSIBLE MOTOR: Conveniently quiet, 3 speed, reversible motor that can be run in reverse in the winter to aid in rotating the warm air in the room. MEDIUM TO LARGE ROOMS: 52 inch blades, which are designed for medium to large sized rooms such as a kitchen, bedroom, living room, dining room or common areas. TRI-MOUNT COMPATIBLE: Hanging has never been easier Enjoy the dynamic hanging capabilities of a multi-position ceiling fan. This fan can be hung low profile where more walk-through space is required, standard with a 4 down rod included or on angled ceilings angle bracket sold separately
What is the advantage of this Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50514 Rio 52″ Ceiling Fan?
Keep your space cool with a Honeywell ceiling Fan. This Fan has a warm design that will complement most any space. Hang it in a living area or family room to keep things cool in the summer months and even reverse the motor to keep it warm in the winter the 52 inch ceiling Fan is energy-efficient and easy to install, so you can start enjoying the comfort in no time. It comes with 3 different options for mounting, too. This timeless Fan will keep you cool for years to come. This fan is perfect for rooms around 350-450 sq. ft. such as living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms or family rooms.
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I've bought and installed dozens of ceiling fans over the years for my various homes, rentals and family members. I've spent as much as 600 on some but have never gone with the budget models under a hundred bucks. My priorities for a fan is it must move as much air as possible as quietly as possible with as little draft as possible. It is also mandatory that it be reversible.