- DESCRIPTION -
- Please note that this item is the fan motor only.
- Fan Motor Type: DC
- Fan Motor Size: 100 X 65mm
- Blade Pitch: 14-degrees
*Due to manufacturer policies, additional discounts cannot be applied to this item. Clearance, doorbusters, hot buys, overstock and temporary price cut items are not eligible for discounts.
*NOTICE: This item is one component of a multi-component item and may only represent a portion of the photo shown. Please contact Bellacor Customer Service if you have questions.
- HELPFUL TIPS -
by Helen B.
The Arkwright fan comes in 38”, 48”, and 58” models. Not sure what size you need? If you are buying a fan for a room with about 90 square feet or less, such as a small bedroom, office, or galley kitchen, opt for a fan with a blade sweep of around 42”. For a breakfast nook, small porch or dining room with about 90 to 100 square feet, choose a fan with a blade sweep between 44”-46”. For a moderate sized bedroom, large kitchen or standard dining room with about 100 to 150 square feet of space, a fan with a blade sweep of 52”-54” is ideal. And finally for a great room, outdoor patio or master suite with over 150 square feet of space opt for a fan with at least 56”-70” of blade sweep, or even select multiple fans if the space allows.
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Antique Pewter Arkwright Ceiling Fan - Motor Only is rated
Rated 3 out of
Poor lighting. Great style and fan
Looks great! Fan great and quiet. Light is horrible... is there a CLEAR C
glass dome lense replacement vs. the white fogged lense that comes stock. A clear lense or just a very subtle satin texture to a CLEAR GLASS dome option would do the trick.... recommend this if u want a fan and have other righting in the room... do not buy if you intend to use as a single light source.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 2 out of
Good fan, poor light
As a fan, this is a good unit. It looks nice, it moves air, and the installation isn't too bad (could be better, but not horrid). However, as a light this thing is horrible. It comes with what is supposed to be a 1600 lumens bulb (Warning: Halogen E11 Bulb), but the light output barely reaches anywhere and looks far darker than a fixture with 2 640 lumen A19 blubs in it. This is partly due to the EXTREMELY directional lighting kit, which does a good job of lighting things directly under it (to the point of being a spotlight), but leaves things even a meter to the side is shadow. For anything more than 2 meters away from the fixture, another light source will likely be needed. The small E11 bulb also does not seem to help matters, further concentrating the light.
Date published: 2016-08-23