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Hunter Exeter 54" LED Ceiling Fan w / remote free ship , $50 off Costco online $99.99

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Features:
Brushed Nickel Finish Reversible Fan Blades: Light Grey Oak & Grey Walnut
LED Bulbs Included
Remote Control
WhisperWind Motor
The Hunter 54" Exeter LED ceiling fan features either a Brushed Nickel or White finish with a Cased White glass which has a modern look sure to impress. The strong motor and 54" blade span produce a large amount of airflow which is sure to keep you cool in the summer and circulate the warm heat down in the winter. Running a ceiling fan in the proper direction all year round can help save energy and make you feel more comfortable. In the summertime, running your ceiling fan counter-clockwise will provide a cooling breeze while circulating the air. During the winter, a clockwise rotation will move the cooler air off the floor and push the warm air down the walls without the strong draft. The fan uses 2 x LED bulbs for energy efficient lighting

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Only 3,590 CFM, so sad
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Only 3,590 CFM, so sad
Looks nice but not enough airflow. I agree
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Only 3,590 CFM, so sad
I'm definitely no fan expert but I think this is at the medium setting. Bought a hunter fan last week and it had a similar CFM spec on the website. When I brought it home, the box had 3 CFM specs with the highest being about 5,900 CFM.
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looks good. might order one.
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3, 4, or 5 blades? Read this:

http://www.christopherteh.com/blo...an-design/

Also, cfm is 3870 on high. That's too low. Pass. More info here:

https://www.build.com/hunter-exet...33#reviews
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Lowes has the same fan and the reviews are not good. The fan is too noisy and the light is too dim.
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Lowes has the same fan and the reviews are not good. The fan is too noisy and the light is too dim.
I have this same fan bought from Costco a couple years back. It is not noisy at all. But don't expect the light to illuminate the room. It is dim but we don't ever use the light as we have other ceiling lights. For those complaining of airflow, it is just right for a small size room.
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I have this same fan bought from Costco a couple years back. It is not noisy at all. But don't expect the light to illuminate the room. It is dim but we don't ever use the light as we have other ceiling lights. For those complaining of airflow, it is just right for a small size room.
That's my only complaint. The glass is so thick, it makes the bulbs darker. Had to put in brighter. Not a problem with noise or CFM. I'd trust the ratings on Costco vs the 4 on lowes if someone is debating.
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Reviews are all over the place for this model. Also, as stupid as it can get, Hunter decided to put the fan direction reversal switch inside the dome, I mean, were the designers such a morons!?
Given so much fluctuation in the quality and Costco now blacklisting people for "too much" returns, its better to err on the side of assuming these not worth the trouble.
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I have been buying Hunter fans for many years for only one reason .... they are quiet , so they cost more...
never ran across a " loud " hunter fan
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Great looking fan if you're installing it for decoration. Horrible if you need good air movement -- a 52/54 in fan should have at least >5000cfm imo.
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Y'all are mistaken - this is decent CFM for a fan this size. Recently, as in a couple or so years ago, the DoE changed how CFM are measured for energy star rated fans to be more reflective of how fans function in the real world.

In the old methodology, CFMs were measured by placing the fan in a closed tube and measuring the air within that giant tube. Problem is, a room isn't a fan sized wind tunnel, it's larger, it allows air to escape so the average person sitting below a fan isn't in a wind tunnel aimed at them, so the new methodology essentially involves measuring CFM in a large room, allowing air to escape. Hence the lower CFMs now. The article cited above, with the 5000 CFM numbers is from 2014 using the old wind tunnel methodology.

Also, Costco bans are rare and easily justifiable.
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I have this same fan bought from Costco a couple years back. It is not noisy at all. But don't expect the light to illuminate the room. It is dim but we don't ever use the light as we have other ceiling lights. For those complaining of airflow, it is just right for a small size room.
Thanks. Mind telling the size of your room? HomeDepot fan guide suggests a room of 15 x 15 ft to use a fan larger than 50 inch. I am looking for a fan for a ~14 ft room. Wonder if this is too big.
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Anyone use this outdoors?
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