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Home Depot Hunter Highbury 52" New Bronze Ceiling Fan $89.97 only with special link, otherwise $129.00 - Both with free shipping or free in store pick up

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Last Edited by DeividdoSama February 20, 2014 at 10:32 AM
Home Depot Hunter Highbury 52" New Bronze Ceiling Fan $89.97 only with special link, otherwise $129.00

I purchased this fan off the website at $89.97. I purchased additional in store at $129.00. They are the exact same fan (of course I re-ordered more online and returned to store).

The box is 99% exact except for the Item number and SKU. I cannot answer why, but both fans are hung in my house and they are exactly the same!

Hope someone finds this useful. Free shipping

$89.97 link - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Hunter.../204306683

$129.00 link - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Hunter.../202653496
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They appear identical, but have different model numbers: Model # 27291 and Model # 28713
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are these easy to install for the average DIYer? I'd like to install one in my bedroom and living room but there are no switches for ceiling fans yet.
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Good deal...$134.00 in store for me..
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Quote from espionagelfe View Post :
are these easy to install for the average DIYer? I'd like to install one in my bedroom and living room but there are no switches for ceiling fans yet.
I have installed two ceiling fans. They were both very easy, but still a little bit of work. You'll have to run wire (you can utilize your light switch so you dont have to install another switch), cut out a hole in your ceiling, then install. There are a ton of how-to videos on youtube...I'd suggest checking a few of those out to see if you're up to the task.

Worst case scenerio, you can hire an electrician to run the wiring and install the fan (about $75-$150). I plan on hiring someone to run wire and install the fan for my living room. I don't want to deal with it again laugh out loud
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Quote from espionagelfe View Post :
are these easy to install for the average DIYer? I'd like to install one in my bedroom and living room but there are no switches for ceiling fans yet.
If you are asking about a general fan install, like straycat said - youtube and maybe an electrician. OH, these come with remote controls so as long as you have power where you want to hang it, you just need to put in a fan brace (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Westin.../204845572). No further wiring needed other than connecting the existing wires to the fan.

For these in particular, not much different than numerous other I have installed - just need some time to make sure you follow the instruction and not miss any steps. First one took an hour or so. Second - 30 min since I knew what to expect.

Quote from blueiedgod View Post :
They appear identical, but have different model numbers: Model # 27291 and Model # 28713
Correct, different model numbers. Not sure why. I have both boxes and have hung both fans. They are 100% identical on the outside, installation, parts, etc. Whether they tweaked the motor (which wouldn't make much sense) I cannot answer, but both boxes note energy usage and those are also identical.
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in for 3! thanks OP
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If you care about using the remote, I suggest reading the non-5 star reviews.
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TU b/c good deal on this fan.

Wanted to note, however, that my Lowes B&M has 7-8 different ceiling fans on clearance, priced between $65 and $100. YMMV, of course, but if you're in the market for a fan you might want to check it out.
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4 pound difference on the two must mean something, but I don't see it. Actually, looks like the difference is the fan blades; the more expensive one says "Composite," and the deal one says "MDF," though I have no idea what they mean by composite.


ETA: $90 for a decent looking Hunter seems pretty darn good to me. I love this brand.
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4 pound difference on the two must mean something, but I don't see it. Actually, looks like the difference is the fan blades; the more expensive one says "Composite," and the deal one says "MDF," though I have no idea what they mean by composite.
Just a name. Wood composite is the same as MDF.
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Will be building a house this summer...I'm tempted, but have no idea how much my builder can get ceiling fans for...he can get doors at a fraction of the cost of the big box stores.
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Just a name. Wood composite is the same as MDF.
hmm, I thought that might be the case. Either way, the specs show a 4 lb difference in the two, just not clear on why.
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Quote from daiei27 View Post :
If you care about using the remote, I suggest reading the non-5 star reviews.
Most remotes require the switch (if there is one) to be in the on position. You wire the electric line to the remote transmitter (housed in the fan casing that mounts to the ceiling) and then from the transmitter to the fan. The remote then (through the transmitter) turns the fan/lights on and off. The power must be on all the time for that to work.
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Will be building a house this summer...I'm tempted, but have no idea how much my builder can get ceiling fans for...he can get doors at a fraction of the cost of the big box stores.
If you don't care what crap the builder buys then go with him. If you care on the model then get them yourself.
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