What’s important to look for in Westinghouse Lighting 7224000 Turbo Swirl Indoor Ceiling Fan?
Indoor 30 inch LED ceiling fan with light, down rod only installation ideal for small rooms up to 100 square feet 10 feet by 10 feet Brushed aluminum ceiling fan finish, light maple finish blades, light kit with opal frosted glass includes one candelabra base 4. 5 watt G16-1/2 LED bulb Westinghouse ceiling fans feature a high-quality motor, deliver powerful air movement and quiet performance with a reverse function for summer/winter operation Fan Performance on High Speed Airflow: 2267 CFM, Energy Usage: 45 W without lights, Airflow Efficiency: 51 CFM/W Lifetime motor and two-year on all other parts
Do you know what is the superiority of this Westinghouse Lighting 7224000 Turbo Swirl Indoor Ceiling Fan?
Sleek, contemporary fan boasts powerful air circulation in a compact 30-inch size. An excellent choice for laundry rooms, a child's bedroom or a small office space.
The opal frosted glass light kit features a dimmable LED light bulb for long-lasting, energy-efficient illumination.
Curved blades in a light maple finish form an attractive pinwheel-like look around the brushed aluminum fan.
The Westinghouse Turbo Swirl LED fan includes a long-lasting, dimmable G16-1/2 LED bulb, for improved energy-efficiency. With a compact size, six blades, and a steep 18 degree blade pitch, this 30 inch ceiling fan provides remarkable air circulation, perfect for a small kitchen, a child's bedroom or any small space. In addition to exceptional performance, this contemporary ceiling fan enhances any decor with its great looks and appealing style, featuring a brushed aluminum finish, curvy light maple blades, and a light fixture with opal frosted glass. Product reference number 72240.
Customer reviewsAlmost perfect
This fan went in my daughter's small bedroom. The positives are plenty: The fan moves a lot of air for being so small and remains pretty quiet even on the highest setting. The amount of light was surprising considering there is only one bulb. The fan also looks great and came with very clear directions. I only have one negative. The way you have to install the fan blades is a pain in the rear. You have to remove the screws that are used to attach the blades through a small slot that runs through the light housing of the fan. My big hands made it difficult to work with and I lost 2 screws inside the housing where the light wires are located. I ended up having to remove that housing to retrieve the screws and just left it off until I was done. Unfortunately I believe this is just the trade off of having such a compact fan. Where I to do it over, I believe I would attach the blades while on the ground before hanging the fan because I believe that would have made it somewhat easier than having to work with those while on a ladder.