Matthews Fan Eliza 3-Blade Paddle Ceiling Fan

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Designed by a Chicago architect Stephen Katz in 2013, this fan blends a beautiful technically derived form with superior function and movement. The unique blade shape is designed to maximize air movement at the outer edge of the blade. The result is more efficient air velocity rings, less blade drag and greater motor optimization. Equally important is the Eliza fan’s stationary visual statement which combines modern utility with minimalist geometry. Matthews Fan was started by Chuck Matthews in his hometown of Chicago in 1992. With the company's Matthews-Gerber brand, handmade in the US and Brazil, and the Atlas brand, they offer functional and unique ceiling and wall fans with modern, retro appeal. From the sophisticated simplicity of the Irene 3-Blade LED Hugger Ceiling Fan to the Kaye Wall Fan, perfect in small spaces, Matthews Fan are sophisticated, innovative and robust, passing rigorous quality standards.
  • Part of the Eliza Collection
  • Body/Frame Finish: Brushed Nickel Or Gloss White
  • Body/Frame Material: Cast Aluminum, Polycarbonate, Heavy Stamped Steel
  • Blade Finish: Barn Wood
  • Blade Material: Polycarbonate
  • Energy Efficient, Ultra-Quiet, Six-Speed, Reversible DC Motor with New, Reliable Technology
  • Vaulted Ceiling Mount Canopy for Up to 30 Degrees
  • Reverse on 6-Speed Hand-Held and Wall-Mountable Remote Control Included
  • Reverse Switch Location: Remote
  • Remote/Wall Control Inclusion: Remote Control, Wall Control
  • Remote/Wall Control Function: 6-Speed RF Remote and 6-speed Wireless Decora-Style Wall Control
  • Location Rating: Interior/Exterior Wet (Not Recommended For Salt Water/Ocean Front Applications)
  • Assembly Required: True
  • Warranty Info: Limited Lifetime

Overall Dimensions: 10"(H) x 56"(Dia)

Blade Dimensions: 2"(W)

Blade Pitch: 27 Degrees"

Canopy Dimensions: 6"(Diam)

Stem/Downrod: 10"

Item Weight: 17 lbs.

Please note that this product is designed for use in the United States only (110 volt wiring), and may not work properly outside of the United States.