Be "consciously cool" with this eye-catching ceiling fan from Modern Fan Company.More Details >
From Modern Fan Company's Lapa Collection, this stylish ceiling fan comes in a bright nickel finish with four nickel finish blades. Add a refreshing breeze to any room or area with this elegant ceiling fixture. Includes a 4-speed wall control for fan speed and a 153 x 18mm motor size with limited lifetime warranty. (UM)
|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: High, Medium, Low
|Fan Name||50" Modern Fan Lapa Bright Nickel|
|Brand||Modern Fan Co|
|Finish||Brushed Steel/Brushed Nickel|
|Motor Size||153 x 18|
|Motor Housing||Stamped Steel|
Suited to Large Rooms Over 12'
|Blade Type||Not Reversible Blades|
|Reverse Air Flow||
Save Energy in the Summer & Winter:
When Fan is Off, Flip Blade Direction Switch on Side of Switch Assembly (Location Varies by Model) to Change Seasonal Direction of Blades.
Keep Cool Air Down in Summer With Counter Clockwise Air Flow during Winter, Operate Fan in Clockwise Direction to Keep Warm Air from Rising
|Light Kit||Light Kit Optional|
MFG. Limited Lifetime Motor Warranty + 1Yr Component Parts
Assurance of Quality Product
|Control Included||43830 4 Speed Wall Control|
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Nice design that looks much, much better online than in person. The nickel finish is not bright at all, but is rather dull and dingy looking. The highest speed is equivalent to medium on almost any other fan, and the remaining 3 speeds are slow, slower, and very slow. It is very difficult to balance and makes a faint ringing sound when running at the highest speed. The wall-mounted speed control is oddly arranged, starting with OFF at the bottom, then moving up to HIGH and on up to the three lower speeds, with the result that if you only want to run the fan on the lowest speed and then turn it off, you have to run through all the speeds. In addition, the switch itself is stiff and wants to stick at every speed. This fan is simply not worth the considerable amount of money that it costs.