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Westinghouse 7801665 Comet Two-Light 52-Inch Reversible Five-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, Matte Black with Frosted Glass
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Indoor 52-inch reversible five-blade ceiling fan; ideal for rooms up to 360 square feet (18 by 20 feet)
153-millimeter by 15-millimeter cold-rolled steel motor with triple capacitor; three-speed, reversible switch for year-round use
Airflow: 5,199 cfm; Energy Usage: 61 watts without lights; Airflow Efficiency: 85 cfm per watt
Includes 78-inch lead wire, 3/4-inch by 4-inch down rod, and two candelabra-base 40-watt torpedo bulbs
Three fan speeds (high/medium/low) and reversible switch for customized comfort
The Westinghouse 7801665 Comet collection 52″ indoor ceiling fan (with fan & light pull chain control and light) in Black brings Contemporary style. This fan includes Five Reversible Marble / Matte Black Blades and the hanging height is 14.25″. The voltage is 120 volts. The Westinghouse 7801665 down light requires 2 bulbs (included). Additional Information: Control – Three-speed pull chain and on / off light pull chain with manual reverse switch on motor; Downrod – 4″ (3/4″ Interior Diameter) Downrod; Glass – Frosted
From the Manufacturer
Take your interior design to another dimension with the Westinghouse Comet Two-Light 52-Inch Five-Blade Ceiling Fan. With a matte black finish, integrated frosted glass light fixture, and reversible matte black/marble plywood blades, the Comet epitomizes modern, cutting-edge style.
Ideal for rooms up to 360 square feet (18 by 20 feet), this fan features a 153-millimeter by 15-millimeter cold-rolled steel motor with triple capacitor and includes a three-speed, reversible switch that helps you stay cool during the summer and warm during the winter. In warm weather, you can run the fan counterclockwise to stay cool. In cold weather, you can run it clockwise to recirculate warm air from the ceiling, eliminating cold spots and drafts.
The fan provides airflow of up to 5,199 cubic feet per minute (cfm). It is rated to operate at 61 watts (without lights), which gives it an airflow efficiency rating of 85 cfm per watt. (As a comparison, 49 in. to 60 in. ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cfm per watt at high speed.)
This Westinghouse fan is backed by a lifetime motor warranty and a two-year warranty on all other parts.
What’s in the Box
Comet ceiling fan, 78-inch lead wire, 4-inch length by 3/4-inch diameter down rod, and two candelabra-base 40-watt torpedo bulbs.”
|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||25 x 13 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||7801665|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Air Flow Capacity||5199 CFM|
|Type of Bulb||Incandescent|
|Standard Or Angled Mount|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime.|
|Assembled Diameter||52 inches|
447 customer reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#8,965 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Domestic Shipping||Item can be shipped within U.S.|
|International Shipping||This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More|
|Date First Available||June 24, 2008|
March 25, 2017
I have not noticed any funny sounds or wobbles. I installed it with the remote kit and that works fine.
On the highest speed it moves a ton of air.
Would buy again.
September 22, 2015
I previously had installed a Harbor Breeze fan purchased from a national home improvement store chain. The old fan was difficult to install, never seemed properly balanced, and the remote control stopped working in under three months.
After a great deal of research, I settled on this fan as a replacement to the now non-functional Harbor Breeze on my ceiling for a number of reasons. It looked nice while being a good combination of modern styling with classic functionality.
When I received the fan I began the takedown of the old fan. Once I had the old one down I installed the new mount. The first thing I noticed was a substantive increase in the quality feel of the new mount. It seemed to be of reasonable quality. Then I began constructing the new fan based on the instructions. This is very simple to accomplish and can be made even easier with a basic power screwdriver. Now here is the first simple, yet incredibly useful, additional feature. There is a little hook on the mounting bracket that you hang the fan from while wiring it up. When you are standing on a ladder, have a fiance who is six months pregnant and can’t really assist, and have a bunch of wires that need to be attached properly, this hook is worth its weight in gold. Once wired and mounted, you need to assemble and attach the fan blades. Assembly is simple and straightforward. Here is the second great feature to help you with installation. There is a little cutout in the top of the light fixture mount, just under the fan blade mounting holes, that allows you to get a screwdriver directly under the mounting positions to easily attach the blades. This may seem trivial but try screwing in the blades without going through that hole and you’ll be confounded as to why there isn’t an easier or more direct method to get a screwdriver to those screws. And yes, that’s what I did before noticing the hole designed to make my life just a little easier. Once the blades are on, continue following the instructions to install the rest of the light fixture and other miscellaneous accessories.
This may seem like a lot of steps or time consuming but the installation of the fan probably took less time than it took me to write this review. I’m completely satisfied with this purchase and after a few weeks of use I am confident that the fan will continue function and exceeding my expectations.
May 15, 2017
May 4, 2016
Installation was easy enough, if you have put up a ceiling fan before, this will be just as easy. Only change I made was I added my own lock washers to the mounting hardware for the blade to blade bracket connections. There are 5 blades, and 3 bolts per blade, fwiw, make sure you have a way to secure the hardware. The way they ship the fan, the directions say you should check the hardware 2x per year. Cheesy way to leave out 15 small lock washers, but its an easy fix. Id assume blue lock tight would also work well. I am so impressed by the operation of the fan I’m going to leave all 5 stars on my rating, despite the hardware issue.
Finally, I also installed a wall switch for the fan that controls light output and fan speed as well. So YMMV as to the speed and brightness of the fan and its light. (note: the dimmer wont do anything to make the light brighter, or the fan faster, this was just a disclaimer)
July 4, 2016
It looks very attractive and like it cost quite a bit more than it actually did. I was able to hardwire it to the light switch but it should be noted that there is no remote control that comes with it and so you will have to use the included pull chains to change the fan speed and setting
Speaking of the fan, I’m a bit disappointed in the amount of air that it moves. Even on the highest setting the air movement is a bit tepid. This might have something to do with the fact that the fan sits in a recessed ceiling and perhaps I should’ve use the downrod it was included with. I will update this review when I do so. I would recommend that anyone mounting this fan on any ceiling higher than 8 feet should use the included downrod.
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