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  • The 70" blade span is perfect for moving air in large spaces, such as great rooms.
  • The 6-speed settings include variable breeze mode to simulate a natural breeze for optimal comfort.

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Lowe's has the Harbor Breeze Hydra 70-in Brushed Nickel Indoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote (8-Blade) #883783 on sale for $179.98. Regular price $249.88. It is in their Labor Day flier with sale dates from August 27 - September 9.

70-in blade span is perfect for moving air in large areas, like great rooms
Brushed nickel finish with 8 toffee finish blades offers a modern look
6 speed settings include variable breeze mode to simulate a natural breeze for optimal comfort
Remote control include, so you can adjust the fan speed, dim the light or set a sleep timer
Reverse air flow feature allows you to change the direction of the fan according to the season
Integrated LED frosted glass light kit offers bright, energy efficient lighting
Down rod included for standard or angle mount installation
Limited lifetime warranty gives you peace of mind
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This thing barely moves any air, look at the specs. Waste of money if you want air movement, great if you want something to look at.

Here is a 54 inch that moves more air:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../303704288
70inch, dc motor, still 4851 cfm?
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Any chance you can upload the full ad?
Here is the full ad ...
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This thing barely moves any air, look at the specs. Waste of money if you want air movement, great if you want something to look at.

Here is a 54 inch that moves more air:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../303704288
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Here is the full ad ...
thank you, poor labor day sale IMO
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Thx. Wish bronze was an option but nice fan
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We've been looking for a big, nice looking fan for our open loving room. I needed a brushed nickel fan to match our 6ft downrod. Our current fan is dated, squeaks, and is too high to change fan speeds. This one should be a good replacement with the remote. I would think our long downrod would help it move plenty of air. We'll see 🤷🏻
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70inch, dc motor, still 4851 cfm?
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That's what I said. Garbage.


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We've been looking for a big, nice looking fan for our open loving room. I needed a brushed nickel fan to match our 6ft downrod. Our current fan is dated, squeaks, and is too high to change fan speeds. This one should be a good replacement with the remote. I would think our long downrod would help it move plenty of air. We'll see 🤷🏻

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../303704291

Moves WAY more air.
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Moves WAY more air.
It looks better on paper, do you have first hand experience?
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I do. I own three of the 54 inch model and one of the 64 inch and they move a ton of air. Had them all for a couple of years so far with no problems.





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That's what I said. Garbage.
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This thing barely moves any air, look at the specs. Waste of money if you want air movement, great if you want something to look at.

Here is a 54 inch that moves more air:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../303704288
Didn't they redo the calculations before and it's now the average? High speed will be much more I believe. Only way to tell is to look at the manuals.

Further from ceiling, better flow you'll get.
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Even if it was the average, wouldn't a higher average indicate more airflow?

Original post specs average airflow of 4851 cfm

Fan spec for one I provided indicates average airflow of 6089 cfm and it's 16 inches smaller.

Am I misunderstanding your post somehow?



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Didn't they redo the calculations before and it's now the average? High speed will be much more I believe. Only way to tell is to look at the manuals.

Further from ceiling, better flow you'll get.
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