56" Indoor Ceiling Fan with Blades, Light, and Remote Control
- Solid Wood Fan Blades:
- Burnished antique brass finish: Reversible Elm Burl / Poplar Burl
- Brushed stainless steel finish: Reversible Medium Oak / Dark Oak
- Distressed black finish: Reversible Cherry / Walnut
- Oil brushed bronze finish: Reversible Cherry / Walnut
- Full function remote control
- Light kit with bulbs and fresnel glass shade
- 12" downrod and flushmount installation kit
- Coordinates with light fixtures in the Hatteras Bay™ collection
- Compatible with sloped ceilings up to 22° (4/12 pitch)
- Reversible blades help you match the fan to your room
- Optional wall controls available - add to cart to see options
- Limited lifetime warranty
- cUL listed for indoor use
CoolTouch™ Remote Control:
- Choose from 3 fan speeds
- Full range light dimming
- Wireless range of up to 30 feet
- Includes wall cradle and mounting hardware
- Operates with the included canopy-mounted receiver
- Width / Blade Span: 56"
- Height: 25.5" when installed with included downrod, or 11.25" when flush mounted
- Blade-to-Ceiling Height: 18.5" with included downrod, or 7.25" when flush mounted
- Motor Housing Width: 15.25"
- Ceiling Canopy Width: 6.63"
- Bulbs: Includes (4) 40W krypton lamps with candelabra base
- Air Flow (CFM): 5515 on high speed, 3670 on medium speed, 1895 on low speed
- Fan Speed (RPM): 149 on high, 97 on medium, 14 on low
- Power Usage (Watts): 80 on high, 39 on medium, 14 on low
- Hanging Weight: 33 lbs.
- Lead Wire Length: 78"
- Motor Size: 188mm x 25mm AC
- Amperage: .66 amps on high speed
- Voltage: 120 (U.S. standard line voltage)
Additional Kichler Links
Kichler Hatteras Bay Ceiling FanWatch Cameron review the Hatteras Bay Ceiling Fan from Kichler.
Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Ceiling FanBrent Holland shows you step by step how to install or replace yo...
Kichler Hatteras Bay Ceiling Fan
Watch Cameron review the Hatteras Bay Ceiling Fan from Kichler.
Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Ceiling Fan
Brent Holland shows you step by step how to install or replace your existing ceiling fan