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Hunter Donegan 60" Brushed Nickel LED 5-Blade Ceiling Fan w/ Light Kit EXPIRED

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Lowe's has select Hunter Indoor Ceiling Fans w/ Light Kit on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks rsvpd
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Look at the CFM rating (cubic feet per minute). You'll find it in the specifications section on Lowes. A higher number means greater airflow.

I've had some fans that barely move the air so now I always check the rating before buying a fan. I live in FL so lots of air flow is pretty important.
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It has been a while so I can't remember. I just didn't know much about ceiling fans when I bought my first house (20 years ago). I just remember buying some that didn't produce much air movement.

If you search for "ceiling fan CFM calculator" you'll find some tools that help you calculate how much you need based on room size.
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Lowe's has select Hunter Indoor Ceiling Fans w/ Light Kits (5-Blades) on sale w/ free shipping for myLowe's members.
Every link point to same fan that is neither sold online nor at stores.
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Every link point to same fan that is neither sold online nor at stores.
Fixed the links. Thanks!
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I am considering changing out the ceiling fans in my house. I am a mom. Lame question here, but will I get better circulation in the house with longer blades. Does the shape of them really matter? Thank you so much!
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Yes depending on the size of the room.
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I am considering changing out the ceiling fans in my house. I am a mom. Lame question here, but will I get better circulation in the house with longer blades. Does the shape of them really matter? Thank you so much!
Larger blades can move more air at lower speeds. Even more at higher speeds.
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I am considering changing out the ceiling fans in my house. I am a mom. Lame question here, but will I get better circulation in the house with longer blades. Does the shape of them really matter? Thank you so much!
Look at the CFM rating (cubic feet per minute). You'll find it in the specifications section on Lowes. A higher number means greater airflow.

I've had some fans that barely move the air so now I always check the rating before buying a fan. I live in FL so lots of air flow is pretty important.
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Why not share the CFM of those fans you felt were inadequate in comparison to the air flow "minimum" that you look for?
It has been a while so I can't remember. I just didn't know much about ceiling fans when I bought my first house (20 years ago). I just remember buying some that didn't produce much air movement.

If you search for "ceiling fan CFM calculator" you'll find some tools that help you calculate how much you need based on room size.
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Same price at Amazon.

Hunter 53253 Ashmont 52-Inch Onyx Bengal Ceiling Fan with Five Dark Walnut/Cherry Blades with a Light Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EHML...uDbYA7GYKR
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I would highly recommend choosing another brand that is not Hunter. The electrician I've had installing my fans says it is easily the worst brand out there since moving all their manufacturing to China. Light kits go out in a few years; boxes are frequently missing parts. I just installed 3 of these - at $102 would be a better value than Hunter.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampt...gIqf_D_BwE
If you think Hunter is bad, Hampton Bay is trash! I don't know why you'd recommend that or Harbor Breeze over a Hunter.

Also, the Ashmont takes candelabra bulbs, in my experience they have always given off poor light and I always look for fixtures that take regular bulbs or even an integrated LED. Staying away from all the mentioned fans in this thread.
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I would highly recommend choosing another brand that is not Hunter. The electrician I've had installing my fans says it is easily the worst brand out there since moving all their manufacturing to China. Light kits go out in a few years; boxes are frequently missing parts. I just installed 3 of these - at $102 would be a better value than Hunter.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampt...gIqf_D_BwE
Hunter > Hampton Bay ... ALL DAY LONG. Why would you recommend such a low end brand over it?

Anyone with doubts of Hunter VS Hampton Bay please take a few mins to read the comparison here:

https://www.advancedceilingsystem...iling-fans
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I would highly recommend choosing another brand that is not Hunter. The electrician I've had installing my fans says it is easily the worst brand out there since moving all their manufacturing to China. Light kits go out in a few years; boxes are frequently missing parts. I just installed 3 of these - at $102 would be a better value than Hunter.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampt...gIqf_D_BwE [homedepot.com]
I've had bad experiences with two Hunter fans - one where the remote control receiver wouldn't fit in the ceiling box, and another that wobbles at high speed despite numerous attempts to balance it out.

I've installed a dozen ceiling fans between my own house and for family and friends, and have had good luck with both Home Depot's "Hampton Bay" and Lowe's "Harbor Breeze" house brands. And Hunter's issues are not due to Chinese manufacture IMHO, as both the big box store house brands are manufactured there as well.

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