An opal matte glass light adds ambient lighting as a benefit of this brushed steel finish flushmount ceiling fan.More Details >
Bring home a gentle breeze with the Abstract® flushmount style ceiling fan. It has a beautiful, transitional style form with flared tip molded ABS blades in silver. A brushed nickel finish DC motor and integrated opal matte glass light complete this Possini Euro Design® fan.
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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
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Allows Control of Air Movement
|Fan Name||56" Abstract™ Brushed Nickel Hugger Ceiling Fan|
|Brand||Possini Euro Design|
|Finish||Brushed Steel/Brushed Nickel|
|Motor Housing||Stamped Steel|
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
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
It really is great looking and runs well. Absolutely silent motor, just the sound of the air moving on the higher settings (note: counterintuitive - high is #1 – low is #6). Installation was difficult… There is just barely enough room to get the receiver along with the wires in the tiny space allotted for it. They want to drop down and fall out of place while you're trying to lift and fit the 16lbs fixture in place. Thankfully they did help by equipping it with a hook to hold it while you're wiring it. The very first instruction is wrong; remove all three screws from the outer edge of the mounting plate – Not loosen 2 and remove one. You'll find this out when you finally get all the wires and the receiver in place and try to slide the cover up and can't because you'll be hitting the screws they tell you to back out but leave in :( Getting the light bulb in place is tricky. There are very stiff springs, you need to pull the ends back to get it in, but you'll want to replace the bulb unless you just want a night light. I don't know how they get so little light out of a supposed 75 watt bulb; we're going to get a quality bulb. Getting the cover on seamed unnecessarily fussy, tinny screws, sloppy fit, but secure once all the screws are tightened. This is a heavy fan. They show mounting this to a typical ceiling fan electrical box… we were replacing an existing light weight fan and did not think it the box would hold the new one. We screwed ours to the ceiling joist next to the box and let the wires come in through a smaller hole to the side of the mounting plate. After all that, we really like this fan. It is beautiful. And we would buy it again knowing what we know.