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Ceiling Fan Designers Disney Princesses Castle Indoor Ceiling Fan

Item# 268-CEIL055-2-AF | Model# 52FAN-DIS-PPE | Added on October 20, 2014 |
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Ceiling Fan Designers Disney Princesses Castle Indoor Ceiling Fan
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White finish with Disney princess and castle design on blades. Your choice of 4 or 5 reversible blades. Your choice of 42- or 52-inch blade width. Easy pull chain operation. 120-volt motor with 3 forward and reverse speeds. 42-inch flush mount is 12.5 inches from ceiling to bottom of fan. 52-inch comes with 2- and 4-inch down rods. 42-inch light requires one 60-watt candelabra bulb (not included). 52-inch light requires three 60-watt candelabra bulbs (included). Self-aligning blades eliminate the wobble. Double seal bearings for quiet and smooth operation. Like her dream come true, the Ceiling Fan Designers Disney Princesses Castle Indoor Ceiling Fan has all the Disney princesses! A perfect addition to your own little one's room, this adorable ceiling fan is filled with classic Disney princess characters and castles in soft colors. It will cool down and light up her room in magical style. It comes in your choice of size: 42-inch with 4 blades or 52-inch with 5. The blades are reversible so you get the Disney princess design on one side and soft white on the other. Perfect for when she's ready to transition her room. It has a powerful yet quiet 120-volt, 3-speed motor with easy switch for year-round comfort. The 42-inch fan includes a schoolhouse-style white glass shade and requires one 60-watt candelabra bulb (not included). The 52-inch fan has three alabaster glass shades and requires three 60-watt candelabra bulbs (included). Your ceiling fan includes a 15- to 30-year ... read more
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