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|Blade Finish||Maple / Chestnut|
|Blades Sold Separately||No|
|CFM||2395, 4535, 5012|
|Control Type||Pull Chain|
|Light Kit Included||No|
|Number of Blades||5|
|Suggested Room Fit||Bedroom, Living Room, Office|
|Theme||Traditional / Classic|
Hunter combines 19th century craftsmanship with 21st century design and technology to create ceiling fans of unmatched quality, style, and whisper-quiet performance. Using the finest materials to create stylish designs, Hunter ceiling fans work beautifully in today’s homes and can save up to 47% on cooling costs!
- New Bronze Finish
- Includes (5) Walnut / Cherry Reversible Blades
- Hands-free canopy
- 3-position mounting
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Flush Mount Dimensions: Ceiling to bottom of fan - 10.1", Ceiling to bottom of fan blade - 8.8", Ceiling to bottom of light - 16"
- Standard Dimensions (using 3" down rod - included): Ceiling to bottom of fan - 12.6", Ceiling to bottom of fan blade - 11.3", Ceiling to bottom of light - 18.5"
- Angled Dimensions (using 36" down rod - not included): Ceiling to bottom of fan - 46.1", Ceiling to bottom of fan blade - 44.8", Ceiling to bottom of light - 52"
- Blade span: 52"
- Blade pitch: 12°
- CFM (high speed): 5012
- RPM (high speed): 173
- Wattage (high speed): 60
- Airflow efficiency (high speed)*: 84cfm/w
- WhisperWind® Motor
*49" to 60" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed
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Our SKU: 26419
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*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
24 Questions from the Community
Can this fan be flushed mounted? Are speeds reversible? & can a dimmer be used with this?
Can a light kit from another company be attached to this fan?
What are all the dimensions for this product?
A. The Hunter 26419 features a canopy that attaches to the ceiling that measures 6.7". The fan body itself measures 11.1" in diameter. The fan itself measures 12.6" in height, which includes the 2.5" downrod included. If you would like to add an additional downrod to this product, the item is listed on our site as the Hunter Downrods-24.
What color are the blades?
Can a remote be purchased for this unit?
do hunter fans have a reverse switch? None of these fans say anthing about being reversible.
What remote control and receiver does this fan use?
can this also be used outdoors?
can this fan be installed as an outdoor ceiling fan?
what is the "hands free canopy" feature of this fan?
A. The feature hands free canopy is a great feature for the installer of your fan. The canopy has a hook inside of it that allows you to secure the fan, leaving you with both hands to be able to connect the wiring. When the wiring is done the hook lays inside of the canopy and is now ready to be attached to the ceiling.
States downrod size is 2.5. Does this mean 2 feet 5 inches?
how much does it weigh?
can a remote be added to this fan
can i use this fan in a 12x12 bedroom? do u have this fan in a 42 inches?
i have 3 bedrooms: 12x12, 11x11 and 10x10 feet each. i want hunter ceiling fans for each. i need help to choose the right ones
What light kits fit this fan?
I have an older hunter fan 52", 5-8 yrd old. Only the light and low speed works. can I use my existing light and hand held remote with the 26419 fan?
This fan will replace an existing fan that's hooked up to a wall switch; is this fan compatible to our existing wall switch wiring?
What's the size of the motor?
My ceiling has a 39 degree pitch. Can this fan be used?
How does the color of the blade compare to walnut or cherry?
Some asked a question about wall controlls that concerns me. My house was built in 1996. I too want to replace an existing ceiling fan the is controlled by the wall switch. How would I know if the switch would be compatible? I thought wiring was pretty standard now days.
How many speeds does this model have?
We want to hang this fan on an eight foot ceiling. Does low profile equate to "hugger" and, if so, will this fan be acceptable on an eight foot ceiling?