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Select Lowe's Stores: Harbor Breeze 52" Barnstaple Bay Ceiling Fan w/ Light Kit

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Lowe's has Harbor Breeze 52" Barnstaple Bay 5-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan w/ Light Kit (various colors) on clearance for $39.98 each. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks tunabreath

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Lowe's has Harbor Breeze Barnstaple Bay 52-in Brushed Nickel Indoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit (5-Blade) for $39.98. Choose in store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders over $45.

Brushed Nickel
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...e/50393286

Bronze
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...e/50179271

White
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...e/50393284
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I have the black one and it's pretty good.. the only issue is this has Candelabra for light.. you need this adapter [homedepot.com]if you want to convert to a19
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I've installed several Hunter, Hampton Bay, and Harbor Breeze fans at multiple houses. Hunter isn't the name that it once was, and they market some pretty low end fans, so you can't just say that a Hunter fan is better than the big box house brands. I've found some of the Hampton Bay fans to be much nicer than some of the Hunter ones. In general, I don't like the Harbor Breeze ones as much and have found them to be a bit lower in quality. None of these are high end, You'll need to look at Emerson or Casablanca (a Hunter company brand) for better stuff.
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Seems like a good deal but I'm wondering how these compare to Hunter fans. Just as good? Or are they typically junk?
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I bought these a few weeks ago when they were $60 each and installed them in a rental. Very quiet fan for the price. Note it is fairly cheap construction, as there are no rubber washers/etc to install the blades, and the blades are the old school screw in install (instead of the nicer click in). Plus where there is usually a small ring cover at the ceiling, there was not one to cover the mounting screws. But for $39? This can't be beat.
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ill bite for that price, hopefully this thing doesn't fall out the sky.
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Seems like a good deal but I'm wondering how these compare to Hunter fans. Just as good? Or are they typically junk?
I've installed several Hunter, Hampton Bay, and Harbor Breeze fans at multiple houses. Hunter isn't the name that it once was, and they market some pretty low end fans, so you can't just say that a Hunter fan is better than the big box house brands. I've found some of the Hampton Bay fans to be much nicer than some of the Hunter ones. In general, I don't like the Harbor Breeze ones as much and have found them to be a bit lower in quality. None of these are high end, You'll need to look at Emerson or Casablanca (a Hunter company brand) for better stuff.
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Good price.
Downrod length is only 4.5", makes it unsuitable for sloping ceilings, such as mine. Probably also means donwrod cannot be at an angle other than 90° from the mounting plane of the base.
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Straight out of the 1990s!
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I have the black one and it's pretty good.. the only issue is this has Candelabra for light.. you need this adapter [homedepot.com]if you want to convert to a19
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Good price.
Downrod length is only 4.5", makes it unsuitable for sloping ceilings, such as mine. Probably also means donwrod cannot be at an angle other than 90° from the mounting plane of the base.
We installed this on our sloped vaulted ceilings no problem.
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We installed this on our sloped vaulted ceilings no problem.
Isn't the end of the blade very close to the ceiling on the downside?

Also, the description does not say whether the angle of the downrod can be changed.
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Isn't the end of the blade very close to the ceiling on the downside?

Also, the description does not say whether the angle of the downrod can be changed.
Nope. Seems to work just fine, and the vault angle is pretty steep. Additionally, longer down rods are readily available at HD or Lowe's for $10 or so - even with that, this would still be a bargain.
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We installed this on our sloped vaulted ceilings no problem.
Let's do a little math here for my case.
Ceiling slope is about 27° (single slope!). Fan dia. is 52", so you need a horizontal clearance of more than 26". The upper tip of the blade would have to be more than 13" down from the mount just to clear on the downside of the ceiling.
Total vertical length is 19". Hard to guess from the picture how far down those 19 inches the blade tip is. Does not really seem as much as 13". Even if it is, let's say, 15", you have only 2" of clearance on the downside and 32" inches on the upside. Would make for a very turbulent flow.
Of course, one can quibble with the assumption of 15", but even with a couple of inches more the flow would be undesirably turbulent.

Any problems with the math?
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Maybe I'm just not seeing it but how much are these regularly?
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Seems like a good deal but I'm wondering how these compare to Hunter fans. Just as good? Or are they typically junk?
If you enjoy spending hours balancing a wobbly fan then buy this one. Comparable to builder grade.
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