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Home Depot has Home Decorators Collection Wesley 52" Ceiling Fan w/ Remote Control on sale for $139. Shipping is free. Thanks jarjarkenobi

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We have been looking at fans and ordered these after researching. We then saw that they dropped from $179 to $139

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It's faux wood FYI, plastic.
This is a nice efficient ceiling fan for the price. I would have liked a better CFM output for a 52 inch with DC motor. 4206 seems a bit low. Also, the lack of an included LED light takes away from the value.

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This is a nice efficient ceiling fan for the price. I would have liked a better CFM output for a 52 inch with DC motor. 4206 seems a bit low. Also, the lack of an included LED light takes away from the value.
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thanks op. gonna try a few.cfm seems lower than the more expensive types (to be expected) bigassfans has 30% on the haikus btw but where i'm putting these nothing is going to look good for too long.regardless of cost...i'll toss an extra one of these out there.
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Too bad you can't connect a light kit. If I had that option, I would definitely buy.
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It's faux wood FYI, plastic.
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Are the blades wood or plastic? One issue that I see with outdoor fans is that the blades eventually sag. The fix is to flip the blades upside down and when they sag the other direction, repeat. The blades on this appear to be wood so they'll probably just eventually warp and you'll have to buy new ones or a new fan but most outdoor fans have plastic blades.
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Are the blades wood or plastic? One issue that I see with outdoor fans is that the blades eventually sag. The fix is to flip the blades upside down and when they sag the other direction, repeat. The blades on this appear to be wood so they'll probably just eventually warp and you'll have to buy new ones or a new fan but most outdoor fans have plastic blades.
Thanks for the tip. Our porch ceiling fan that came with the house is sagging. I may have to look into this rather than replacing it!
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Really like this but like others I need a light for the rooms I would use it in.
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Are the blades wood or plastic? One issue that I see with outdoor fans is that the blades eventually sag. The fix is to flip the blades upside down and when they sag the other direction, repeat. The blades on this appear to be wood so they'll probably just eventually warp and you'll have to buy new ones or a new fan but most outdoor fans have plastic blades.
one of the reviewers said abs ( edit: yes plastic but pretty stiff). Out current ourdoor fans have plastic bamboo leaf type looking blades, and they're 15 years old (hampton bay), in florida high humity , high sun, heat and rain (patio) blades haven't sagged.

They do fade though even in indirect sunlight eventually (possibly some type of UV spray may help with that.)
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one of the reviewers said abs ( edit: yes plastic but pretty stiff). Out current ourdoor fans have plastic bamboo leaf type looking blades, and they're 15 years old (hampton bay), in florida high humity , high sun, heat and rain (patio) blades haven't sagged.

They do fade though even in indirect sunlight eventually (possibly some type of UV spray may help with that.)
I'm in AZ. It's a fairly common sight to see sagging outdoor ceiling fans.
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I'm in AZ. It's a fairly common sight to see sagging outdoor ceiling fans.
some blades look plastic but are actually particle board with a laminate finish. Now those for sure sag . Maybe the really thin ones do? maybe this bamboo look one we've had is thick enough or the bamboo gives it support i dunno, have a couple of em that were cheap long ago. surprised it's held up this long really. i guess YMMV
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In for one, planning to use indoors with a room that has a lot of recessed lights already. Nice looking fan. Thanks op
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Are the blades wood or plastic? One issue that I see with outdoor fans is that the blades eventually sag. The fix is to flip the blades upside down and when they sag the other direction, repeat. The blades on this appear to be wood so they'll probably just eventually warp and you'll have to buy new ones or a new fan but most outdoor fans have plastic blades.
They are plastic, I have this fan.
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Bought one. Nice fan and nice price.
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