The Minka Aire Airus ceiling fan in brushed steel offers contemporary style and comfort.More Details >
Contemporary good looks with a brushed nickel motor housing. 14 degree blade pitch, 54" blade span. Comes with 3 1/2" and 6" downrods and a full function wall mount Touch Control™ system with interdependent uplight-downlight control feature. Integrated halogen light kit comes with two 50 watt and two 75 watt mini-can halogen bulbs. A Minka Aire Designer series fan. (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||MINKA AIRUS|
|Finish||Brushed Steel/Brushed Nickel|
|Motor Size||188 x 15|
Very Good Airflow
Suited to Large Rooms Over 12'
|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||50047 NEW 08 WALL CONTROL|
|Optional Controls||30318 NEW FULL FUNCTION REMOTE CONTROL W/256 B|
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
I purchased one of these after shopping and looking at many others , love it ! I replaced a 700 dollar fan with this and have since purchased two more. Love everything about it !Great air movement and great lighting !
First I want to say that I love Lamps Plus and my husband and I have purchased many products, all of which my husband has installed. He is an engineer and avid do-it-your selfer. I will admit that he is not an electrician and doesn't do this on a daily basis and is not experienced in a wide variety of new features, he is technically savvy. I am my husband's helper as he installs the fan, although I am primarily the extra hand or the runner while he installs. I have an engineering background as well and understand the technical aspect of the fan. It is the fifth ceiling fan that he has installed and this one was by far the most difficult. We installed the Minka Concept II in one room, and we liked it so much that we bought that same fan to install in another room. We love the quality of the other Minka fan and thought that this quality would be consistent in all of their products, but I don't feel that this is the case for this fan. Let me explain why I feel this way. The Concept II is wired to a wall switch but has a remote control for both the light and the fan. We love this concept and we have the remote control mounted on the wall by the switch and it works beautifully. The difference between the Concept II and the Airus is that Concept II has only down lighting enclosed in glass, while the Airus has uplighting and down lighting. As a result, it appears that the simple wall mounted control will not work for the Airus, because of the need to control both light sseparately All controls for the fan are in the special switch that comes with the fan and there is not an extra piece to mount on the wall. The switch provided by Minka doesn't fit in the electrical box that we have used for the old ceiling fan and the switch protrudes from the wall. The switch has been installed, but we will have to change out the electrical box to accommodate the new switch, which turns this into a much more complicated installation. The additional work will include cutting wall board and then patching later to have a large electrical box. Additionally, the fan has a remote control receiver housed at the ceiling mount. This additional piece that looks like a very small tv remote with wires protruding from it,has to fit within the ceiling cap. So, the ceiling fan has to be wired to the house wires as well as to the receiver wire, which is an extra step. It took us a long time (with a few choice words included) to finally get the cap to cover everything (all of the wires and the remote. The cap is only about a six inch diameter and although I appreciate the sleekness of the cap, a slightly larger one would have made the ceiling installation easier while still maintaining the sleekness. Finally, the wall controls are strange. I got up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night and wanted to adjust the fan speed. It will take some getting used to, because about 90 seconds after I got into bed, the up lighting came on. Got up and turned it off. Th
We LOVE this fan! We paid a contractor to install the fan so I cannot attest to the ease of installation.