Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50207 Palm Island Tropical Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan, 52 inches, Bronze

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QUALITY DESIGN: Features a bronze finish and 5 ETL damp rated, palm leaf fan blades. Features a tropical style ceiling fan with bronze palm leaf blades; This ceiling fan doesn’t come with a remote control but is compatible with universal remotes

EASY CONTROLS: Traditional pull chains included for easy “on and off” adjustments but this fan is also compatible with Honeywell ceiling fan remotes.

QUIET REVERSIBLE MOTOR: Conveniently quiet, 4 speed, reversible motor that can be run in reverse in the winter to aid in rotating warm air in the room.

MEDIUM TO LARGE SIZED ROOMS: 52 inch blades, which are designed for medium to large sized rooms such as a bedroom, living room, dining room or common areas or use outside on porches, decks or covered patio.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty.13 Degree Blade Pitch


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Manufacturer

‎Honeywell

Part Number

‎50207

Item Weight

‎19 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.32 x 13.31 x 23.66 inches

Country of Origin

‎China

Item model number

‎50207

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Size

‎52 inches

Color

‎Bronze

Style

‎Without shades

Finish

‎Bronze

Material

‎ABS Plastic

Power Source

‎AC

Voltage

‎120 Volts

Wattage

‎67.8 watts

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Number Of Pieces

‎1

Air Flow Capacity

‎3516 Cubic Feet Per Minute

Cutting Diameter

‎52 Inches

Special Features

‎Stainless Hardware

Usage

‎Indoor/Outdoor

Included Components

‎Motor, Owner's manual, Canopy, 4 inch downrod, 5 palm leaf blades, Pull-chains

Batteries Included?

‎No

Batteries Required?

‎No

Warranty Description

‎Limited lifetime.

Assembled Diameter

‎52 Inches

ASIN

B00KGKF2RA

UNSPSC Code

40101609

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Best Sellers Rank

#13,855 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#16 in Ceiling Fans

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Date First Available

May 20, 2014

10 reviews for Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50207 Palm Island Tropical Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan, 52 inches, Bronze

  1. M. Serafin

    Fan was very inexpensive but works great. Setup was as easy as any other ceiling fan. This does blow air. Reviews that say it doesn’t are wrong. In fact I remember a review where a guy was saying it doesn’t blow air yet he was holding a lit match up next to the fan and you could see the fan pulling the flame upward which means the fan was in reverse mode. Please people check your installations before writing negative reviews based on user error. No complaints about this fan so far. Only comment is that I think 5 speeds is not necessary for an outdoor fan. I leave the thing on high right now in the midst of summer in Texas, the other 4 speeds are useless at the moment.

  2. Derek

    This, I find so far, is a great fan. I got 2 because I had a spot to put 2 in and wanted the same thing. The blades are a hard plastic but feel like they will hold up very well and it makes it a lot lighter than if they were metal. I cant imagine putting it up if it was heavier. I had help putting it up as well, thankfully, as it was a little heavy and hard to deal with but so are all the fans I have dealt with so far. I would definitely get another one if I need one.

  3. Kiva Johnson-Hatcher

    This is such a delusional item to buy. Honeywell advertised all these beautiful crafted ideas but when its unboxed it is pathetic plastic. It’s hard to believe that Honeywell is actually selling this with all the untruth’s about it. I wasn’t home when it was installed. My Maintenance Professionally installed while I was at work. I didn’t open it( I remember when my husband would say,” dont open the box just leave it for me”…. I just received the box from UPS and waited for the day to come home and smile at how nicely the sun beamed across it on a good weathered day. However, I was looking like, DAMN.

  4. flyerfan

    We replaced the ceiling fan in the master bedroom because it was old and noisy. We didnt have a switch it was wired to so we hoped the existing remote control device would work. We took down the old fan and the housing unit was smaller on the new one so i was nervous the controller for the remote was going to be too big because it would not fit in the housing unit and had to stick out on both sides centered.The question became could we still mount it with the wiring and controller tucked under and the outside casing still fit flush with the ceiling? The answer is yes. We were able to center the controller sticking out both sides of the mounting bracket and the housing just fit. I was worried that the down rod wouldnt sit level with the fan attached and it would make a slightly off rotation causing it to make noise as it ran.We havent had a problem and it’s been installed for a month. We can run the fan on any setting and it runs just fine. you can barely hear it when its on high but you can feel the fan. For those of you who dont feel airflow, just change the switch on the base of the fan to flow air down and not up.

  5. ctrlx

    Oh, boy! An awful lot of incomplete information in these reviews from apparent experts. By and large, most reviewers who are going on about air movement are focusing on the direction the blades are turning for some reason. Since a fan is basically a pump, not sure why the direction it spins would affect how much air it could move. Anyway, I believe this fan moves its rated airflow (~3500 cfm) at the maximum speed, provided you use the included downrod which is about 4″. No way you are going to get the rated flow if you flush mount the fan, which might prevent a head injury, but will block the back side of the fan. I rate this fan 5 stars. It is perfectly balanced and quiet out of the box. At maximum speed the chain pull doesn’t swing at all. The direction switch actually corresponds to the direction of air movement (not always the case). The blades are solid plastic. A 4-speed switch is included, but the slowest speed is basically for show. Plenty of extra screws and washers are included should you lose any. No complaints for a $110 fan. If you are looking for maximum airflow from a 52″ fan, I would suggest looking at units with traditional oar-shaped blades, as this unit sacrifices efficiency for style. A stronger motor would be the next step up, but you will pay for that.

  6. John H

    At first, I was skeptical due to bad reviews stating this fan does not move air. Unfortunately, that was the result I was getting as well. It turned out to be a simple law of physics. My patio ceiling is 10.5ft. The fan was simply too close to the ceiling and too far from our patio furniture. So, the solution was to install 18in downrod (in lieu of the 6in one). I got it from home Depot for $15.98. It made a huge difference. I can feel the air now. August is the hottest month here in Houston TX, and this fan really helps. I googled “ceiling height vs downrod chart” on the internet.

  7. RN1

    This is a very nice fan, well packed, very quiet motor, spare bolts and washers and very good instructions. But as with all things, nothing is completely perfect. I bought two fans, one actually was perfect, the other had 3-6 marks on every blade (see photo). The marks bothered me so I contacted Amazon and they quickly sent me a replacement…every blade on the replacement fan had one small mark, maybe 1/16″ (but I’m going to stick with this one as the marks are hardly noticeable).You might think, “hey, I’ll order 2-3 fans and just pick out the best blades”. Wrong, I weighed the blades and they were up to .25oz different; all the blades in a set weigh the same but the weight from set to set are different. Just for the heck of it, I tried one blade from a different set and got a lot of high speed wobble.PS…the blades have two usable sides; one looks like a palm frawn, the other looks like Rattan (see photo). Because of the weave pattern of the Rattan side, any defects are virtually invisible.Now for the elephant in the room based on other reviews; does this fan move much air? Yes and No. In my case, the fans are mounted outside on the lanai ceiling which is 8’ off the ground. They are mounted with the standard included 4” drop rod. At the highest two speeds, these fan moves a decent volume of air but the pattern of the air flow is different from most fans. Maybe because of the big frond leaf fan blades, the air is thrown down but also out in a wider circle 6-8 feet from the center and not just straight down as many fans do. I suspect that because of this wider circle, the air doesn’t feel as forceful as if it were blowing straight down on you.The installation of the fan, lifting it onto the hanging bracket looks like it will be tough with the 4” downrod and tight canopy fit, but it is actually surprisingly simple and easily fits right into place. The fan while operating and the motor itself…whisper quiet and virtually no wobble at the highest speed.Here are some tips to make your installation go more smoothly:1. There is not a standard ceiling hanger canopy diameter for fans so if you are replacing a fan with a wider diameter cover, you might have some ceiling patching and or painting to do before you hang the new fan that may have a smaller diameter cover. Hold the canopy up to the ceiling and see how things look before you start taking down the old fan.2. If you are replacing a fan and have newer construction with a red, white, blue, black and ground wire, use you phone and take a photo of the connections so you can duplicate them with the Honeywell fan (in other words, their included instructions of tying the blue and black together may not apply)(see photo)3. The Styrofoam packaging which has channels for the fan top and bottom allow you to use the packaging to hold the fan with the hanger side facing up to you so you can attach the down rod and canopies without the fan rolling around the table.4. Loosen the five orange plastic fan motor securing tabs before you hang the fan…it will make it a little easier to get them off when the time comes.5. THE MOST IMPORTANT tip…it will be darn near impossible to attach the blades without a helper if you don’t do this. Attaching the blade requires that you put a rubber blade insulator between the blade hanger and the fan blade, then hold the blade and insulator in place above your head while putting the bolts through the blade assembly into the motor…not possible with only two hands standing on a ladder. So, take some blue tac (not very much)…and use a little under the rubber insulator to hold it in place…maybe two small dabs…and take a little more and make a very thin rope and rap it around the head of the bolt and press it into place in the fan blade assembly. Now with the blue tac holding the insulator and the bolts in place, you can hold the fan in place with one hand and use your screwdriver to secure it onto the motor.Conclusion:This is a good looking fan (see photo) that appears to be made to withstand under cover outdoor use. You get a palm and a rattan blade option and the fan is virtually silent when operating. If you are looking for a hurricane force down draft directly under the 52” diameter of the fan, don’t buy it. If you can be happy with a nice downdraft at a 72” diameter…there is a good chance you will like this fan. I would buy this fan again.

  8. Jeremy Zoerman

    The media could not be loaded.  We needed a modern fan for our bedroom capable of pushing down a nice breeze at night. We loved the look of this fan but were concerned about the reviews claiming this fan could not move air – we needed function more than form. Suspecting the negative reviews were user error, we gave it a shot – and we’re glad we did. This fan most definitely does move air. I did note that this fan shipped with the rotation switch in the up position, meaning it would push air upward toward the ceiling. The switch must be in the down position to push air downward. I’ve attached a video showing this fan generating a nice breeze. I did not notice any sound at all from the motor, the sound in the video is strictly air movement.

  9. Brig

    Ignore the reviews that say this fan doesn’t move enough air. I am a retired engineer and I can vouch that no fan with this much square inch of fan blade at this angle can possibly not move a good volume of air. As has been suggested in other reviews be sure to switch the direction switch downward so the fan blows in a downward direction if you really want to “feel the breeze”. Ironically, I replaced a Hunter brand fan on my outdoor patio with this fan simply because the Hunter DID NOT move enough air. I have always been a fan (pun intended) of Hunter brand but this larger palm leaf blade design and the 4 speed option caused me to try this fan and I am glad I did. It has a nice quiet motor that is so noiseless all you can really hear is the sound of air swooshing down. It is sometimes difficult to move air in an outdoor environment but the design of this fan allows for much more movement of air then the typical long slender blade design which is often only angled at 6 degrees where these blades are 15 degrees. This is my first Honeywell fan. I took the chance as I used many of their products in laboratories that I worked in during my research years. To top it off this fan was cheaper than the Hunter I replaced that was only a year old and now donated to Good Will. 🙂

  10. Verified User

    I really wanted natural woven fan blades but they aren’t good for outdoor areas (even covered). The price was great on this and color blends well with the shingles and wood ceiling. I have never worked with electricity before (however, I am very handy) and I was able to remove our old ceiling fan and install this by myself with no help. I found a You Tube video that made it easy. I turned off the electricity to the old fan and double checked it with a voltage tester. If you’re going to attempt this yourself, be super safe! I was nervous about that aspect but all went well and it looks and works great.

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