12 Issues of Food & Wine
Included with purchase ($20 value).
|Product Type: Fan Controls||Mounting: Wall Mounted|
|Finish: White||Country of Manufacture: China|
The growth of Fanimation’s outstanding collection of fans has been nothing short of spectacular. Through the years, they’ve grown their collection to include more than 16 fan designs. With numerous fan blade, lighting, finishing and accessory options, the number of ways their fans can be customized is practically limitless.
From the cool tropical look of The Islander® and The Palisade® to the traditional flavor of The Americana®, from the nostalgic feel of The Bourbon Street® and The Old Havana® to their amazingly contemporary, single-blade fan, The Enigma®, their product line reflects the growth, diversity and innovation that characterizes every Fanimation fan.
At Fanimation, they’re dedicated to creating and manufacturing high-quality ceiling fans that are as functional as they are expressive. The development of Fanimation's product line throughout their 20-year history reflects their number one priority – the satisfaction of their customers.
Works well, batteries still needed
Wenshuo from North Bergen, NJ – Verified Buyer
If you have a Fanimation DC fan, you probably have a wireless remote with dip switches. This is the same thing, except in a different form factor plus an onoff switch-- which means that once you wire this up, you still need a battery to operate the controls. It's a handy thing to have for sure, especially being able to turn the fan light on upon entering a room. The ground wire is mounted on a small aluminum tab on the bottom of the back side of the switch. It could just be our condo's wall boxes, but that sliver of aluminum caused much grief by preventing a flush fit. I ended up sawing the aluminum tab off, drilling out the rivet, drilling in a new mount spot on the aluminum frame of the fan control, and re-mounting the ground wire there. Not sure why it couldn't have been done this way to start with, but this may or may not apply to other installation scenarios (it was an issue 44 switches in our condo).