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You can get 100W equivalent LED bulbs, 1500 lumens each that run at 18W each, they're super bright and use very little energy compared to regular bulbs. I installed a dimmer switch for mine because they're so bright so I can move the brightness up and down when I want. Or put in smart bulbs and control the brightness (and color if you want) with your voice or phone
You don't want to do that.

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up to 60 watts for incandescent light bulb.
might be dim, especially with that dome.

im assuming 60w limit because of heat in the dome?
wonder if you can use a 100w equivalent CFL?
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I can confirm it's dim. But I can also confirm you can switch it out with a 'standard' bulb. The 60W moniker is more about heat dissipation; I went with LED as opposed to CFL. These are nice units, quiet and even have the rubber banding around the glass to reduce squeaks (where the screws touch)

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If you want a quiet fan pay more and go with a Hunter
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I can confirm it's dim.
hm.. how does it look without the dome?
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hm.. how does it look without the dome?
You don't want to do that.
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I have the brushed nickel, lights a little too dim for my liking but good fans.
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up to 60 watts for incandescent light bulb.
might be dim, especially with that dome.

im assuming 60w limit because of heat in the dome?
wonder if you can use a 100w equivalent CFL?
You can get 100W equivalent LED bulbs, 1500 lumens each that run at 18W each, they're super bright and use very little energy compared to regular bulbs. I installed a dimmer switch for mine because they're so bright so I can move the brightness up and down when I want. Or put in smart bulbs and control the brightness (and color if you want) with your voice or phone
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I can confirm it's dim. But I can also confirm you can switch it out with a 'standard' bulb. The 60W moniker is more about heat dissipation; I went with LED as opposed to CFL. These are nice units, quiet and even have the rubber banding around the glass to reduce squeaks (where the screws touch)

Thanks OP!
This is great info! Just to be clear: It's a normal housing unit (basic screw in bulb) w/ a 60w limit, not a built-in LED setup?

If so, you can absolutely torch that (in a good way) with a high lumens daylight 100w equivalent (so what...17w or so?) for a brighter setup =)

If that's the case, I'm in for 2. Thanks again!!!
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Can we add a small downrod to this fan?
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Does it have a remote? Or possible to wire the fan separate from the light?
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Does it have a remote? Or possible to wire the fan separate from the light?
I believe you can wire separately based on having two separate pulls, but you may have to dismantle a plug on the light kit to do so. I think they make a remote unit that works for these as well, but it is not included if I recall.

I looked at these fans when deciding on one for my living room, but HD only had the "builder" version on hand (which I think is always in the $40 range) so I may not be making an apples to apples comparison.
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