|30" Turbo Swirl 6 Blade Ceiling Fan||14.5" H x 30" W x 1.5" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Ceiling Fans|
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“H, can this fan be used with a dimmer?” asked by Dan
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Westinghouse Lighting 30" Turbo Swirl 6 Blade Ceiling Fan
Starla from Memphis, TN– Verified Buyer
Love it, use in granddaughter bedroom.it's so girly.just what she wanted
Good fan for price
Ml from Annapolis, MD– Verified Buyer
Good fan for price, easy to install, it is a smaller fan, not good for med/large rooms
Turbo Swirl 6 Blade Fan
Marion from Jacksonville, FL– Verified Buyer
This fan has the right name, it lives up to it well. I love it! Bought it for kitchen and it fits perfectly. Plus it is a very nice looking fan.
turbo Swirl 6 Blade Ceiling Fan
Rebecca from Somerset, PA– Verified Buyer
this fan does a decent job. Id prefer longer blades.
Turbo swirl fan
carly from sherrill, NY– Verified Buyer
This fan might be little, but it pumps out more air then the bigger ones. It works great on my sun porch.
30" Turbo Swirl 6 Blade Ceiling Fan
DiAnne from Sherman Oaks– Verified Buyer
Beautiful fan puts out the right amount of air with the different settings it has.
great fan- lots os breeze even though it looks small
Susan from Melbourne, FL– Verified Buyer
My hubby and I put this fan up in my kitchen nook. It operates very quietly and really puts out a great breeze and light. Don't miss this great fan because you're afraid it looks more like a toy mini-fan. It is not and I would buy it again in a heart beat.
Debbie & from Sacramento, CA– Verified Buyer
This fan is a great value with the light included. Easy to assemble and just the right size over my breakfast table.
Shum from burnaby, BC– Verified Buyer
Have some trouble installing. However, the size fits perfectly in our playroom area.
Kelly from Cincinnati, OH
Bought three for rental properties and after six months only one works. The light kept going out (shorting) on one the other the fan when on high would go fast then slow down then speed back up.