A smaller, hugger style ceiling fan from Emerson's Curva Sky collection.More Details >
The Curva Sky from Emerson Fans features edgy, modern styling and a rich oil-rubbed bronze finish. Hugger ceiling mount offers a clean look and makes it a good choice for lower ceilings. Three matching all-weather blades orbit the smooth, rounded motor housing. The integrated light kit glows with opal matte glass. This fan is a great fit for variety of decor styles, and an especially great choice for lofts and urban apartments. (IMAP)
|Energy Information (at high speed)|
Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Watt
36" to 48" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 71 to 86 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
49" to 60" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
Money-Saving Tip: Turn off fan when leaving room
|Category||Features (Mouseover the underlined feature to review its benefits)|
Allows Control of Air Movement
|Fan Name||44" Emerson Curva Sky Bronze Hugger Ceiling Fan|
|Motor Size||153 x 18|
Suited to 10' X 12' & 10' X 10' Rooms
|Blade Type||Not Reversible Blades|
|Reverse Air Flow||
Save Energy in Summer & Winter:
When Fan is stopped, Wall or Hand Held Control will Seasonally Change Fan Direction.
Keep Cool Air Down in Summer with Counter Clock Wise Air Flow.
During the Winter, Operate Fan in Clock Wise Direction to Keep Warm Air from Rising.
Great Value for Customer.
Creates a Designer Look
MFG. Limited Lifetime Motor Warranty + 1Yr Component Parts
Assurance of Quality Product
|Control Included||Emerson Hand Held Remote|
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
I am happy with this 3 blade fan. Updated my room nicely.
Great looking fan, but requires full installation. We ordered this one for our bedroom and two Minka Air Hugger fans for the kids rooms. The Minka fans came fully assembled with clear instructions and took 10 min to install. This one came in many pieces, not great instructions and took an hour! I recommend the Minka over this one, hands down.