What to look for in Minka Aire F803DL-LN Artemi?
Minka Aire Artemis Fan pairs with the Smart Home Tech you utilize everyday, including Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Nest and Ecobee Free App Download allows you to sync your fan with our Minka-Aire Bond Home iOS Android App to control lights and fan speeds, multiple fans in your home, use smart features and reduce energy costs all while at home or away. Included: 20W LED Integrated light kit, RC400 Remote Control and 6" Downrod. Cap for non-light use included. Minka-Aire Artemis fans are energy efficient with powerful, quiet DC motors. Each fan is factory balanced and tested to ensure fans do not wobble, click or rattle after installed. Enjoy your Artemis ceiling fan in any indoor setting. Product Dimensions and Design: Liquid Nickel finish with 58" 3 Blade sweep, 15.5" Ceiling to Lowest Fan Point
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Minka-Aire F803DL-LN, Artemis in Liquid Nickel, 58″ Ceiling Fan with LED Light Wall Control
The distinct profile of the Artemis LED design is captured by the “Flying Vane” that creates the ceiling fan housing. The Artemis' sleekness is only matched by its traditional feel. Powered by a DC motor, the 58″ blade sweep effortlessly circulates the air around any room and will have your guests asking where they can pick one up for themselves. Year-round comfort that you can depend upon.
This 3-Speed Wall Control gives you full control over your lighting cooling level.
The Artemis' design allows you to customize the look of your fan, whether you desire a low profile or prefer to explore the potential of installing your fan in larger rooms. Downrods are available in 60, 48, 36, 24, 12 3.5″ configurations. 6″ Downrod included
This fan has a look that can define a room or space. It adds a flare and style that will have your guests asking where they can find one.
Customer reviewsVibrating itself apart
We installed this fan about a month ago. Noticed it had a minor wobble due to unbalanced fan blades. Initially, it was very quiet, but as time has gone on the minor wobble has developed into what sounds like a clicking and bearing noise.