52” Savanna – Brushed Nickel

The GE Branded Savanna 52 in. Ceiling Fan has a sleek and stylish design that is offered in brushed nickel.  The fan features the new and technologically advanced SkyPlug™ Mounting System to provide safe, quick and easy installation.

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Description

Cool your home down with no hassles with the GE Branded Savanna 52 in. Ceiling Fan with SkyPlug Technology. The fan features the new, technologically advanced SkyPlug Mounting System to provide safe, quick and easy installation. This innovative Plug and Play design eliminates complicated wiring, so you can easily take the fan down or switch it out with another ceiling fan in just seconds.

A Brushed Nickel finish pairs perfectly with 3 stylish Espresso blades. The integrated and dimmable 18-Watt LED light kit has a lifespan of over 25,000-hour, making this a money-saving, energy-efficient choice. It also includes a 3-speed, hand held remote control that operates both the light and fan. This fan includes a limited lifetime motor warranty.

Specifications
Description Downrod Fan
Model# 21243
Fan Size 52 in
Fan Height 16.4 in
Suitable Room Size 12'x12' or larger
CFM at High Speed 5916
Remote Control Fan Speed 3
Location Rating Indoor
Mounting Option Downrod/SkyPlug™
Fixture Color/Finish Brushed Nickel
Number of Blades 3
Blade Material Plywood
Blade Color Dark Espresso
Blade Pitch 12º
Light Kit Type Integrated LED Module
Light Kit Power 18W
Lumen Output 1600 lm
Color Temperature 3000K
Shade Material Acrylic
Shade Finish Matte White
WARRANTY/CERTIFICATIONS
Certifications and Listings UL Listed
Energy Star Certified No
Manufacturer Warranty Motor Lifetime Limited Warranty
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