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16" Diane Oscillating 3 Wooden Blade Ceiling Fan with Remote by Matthews Fan Company

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  • Overall Product Weight: 12lbs

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  5.0 stars
amazing fan... from portland, maine on 03/06/2012 – Verified Buyer
perfect for room..small oscilatting....
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Great Fan from Chicago on 07/18/2011
Although this fan is small in size it is extremely powerful. It fits the space without being obtrusive which is exactly what we were looking for.
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the best ever! from camano island, washington on 08/16/2010 – Verified Buyer
It's a small fan that does not have a light incorporated into it which is hard to find.
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  3.0 stars
Circulates air well, but is noisy from Denver, CO on 07/08/2010
This product is loud even on low. Sounds like a small prop plane. Oscillates in a downward sweeping motion rather than side to side, which is not what I expected. The downrod is best suited for ceilings over 10 feet high.
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Questions & Answers

Q. "My last fan had a remote, which came in hand big time. I was just wondering if this one came with one as well." — Harold
A. "Hello Harold, this unit does come with a handheld remote."
— Will K from AllModern
Q. "Hello, would it be possible to adjust the fan to face the direction that I want? At what angle does it oscillate?" — Jackie
A. "Hello Jackie, this fan oscillates in a 90 degree set oscillation like a pendulum on a clock. While the fan is oscillating, you can turn off the oscillation at any time, and the fan will stay at that angle. You can not adjust the fan to face in the direction that you want the fan to go. You can only turn the oscillation on and off at any time."
— Troy from AllModern