Hunter Indoor Low Profile III Plus Ceiling Fan with Light and Pull Chain Control

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CLASSIC CEILING FAN: The traditional Low Profile III Plus fan comes with lights covered by painted cased white glass that will keep home interior inspired; Measures 52 x 52 x 9.31 Inch

MULTI-SPEED REVERSIBLE FAN MOTOR: Whisper Wind motor delivers ultra-powerful airflow with quiet performance; Change the direction from downdraft mode during the summer to updraft mode during the winter

BOWL LIGHT KIT: Energy-efficient dimmable CFL light bulbs let you control the lighting and ambiance of the living space; The long lasting bulbs have longer lifespan than traditional bulbs

PULL CHAIN CONTROL: Turn the white ceiling fan on/off and adjust the speed quickly and easily with the pull chains

ROOM PLACEMENT: Indoor fan is designed to be used in rooms with low ceilings, the low-profile housing fits flush to the ceiling; Ideal fan for living room, lounge, bedroom, children’s room and nursery

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Mounting Type

Low Profile


Low Profile




44 Inches

52 Inches

42 Inches

52 Inches

52 Inches







Light Kit

Yes, LED Lighting


Yes, LED Lighting

Yes, LED Lighting

Yes, LED Lighting



Pull Chain

Pull Chain


Pull Chain


‎Hunter Fan

Part Number


Item Weight

‎19 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎13.1 x 21.5 x 9.4 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎White Finish


‎Low Profile lll Plus








‎11 Inches

Power Source



‎120 Volts


‎62.5 watts

Installation Method

‎Surface Mounted

Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Air Flow Capacity

‎2852 Cubic Feet Per Minute

Type of Bulb


Blade Length

‎52 Inches

Cutting Diameter

‎52 Inches

Mounting Type

‎Flush Mount



Special Features

‎Variable Speed



Included Components

‎Ceiling Fan or Accessories

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎1 year limited, excluding glass and bulbs.

Assembled Diameter

‎52 Inches





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#288,208 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#1,405 in Ceiling Fans

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Date First Available

March 13, 2012

10 reviews for Hunter Indoor Low Profile III Plus Ceiling Fan with Light and Pull Chain Control

  1. vonnie

    Delighted to say the fans (I bought two) look great, the remotes work reliably, and the fans are quiet. I usually use the middle speed, and sometimes the lowest just to “stir the air”. The handyman who installed for me did have a little trouble installing, but I can’t remember the exact problem.

  2. Cat Mann

    When our old Hampton Bay (big-box store house-brand) fan died a year ago, I was not looking forward to replacing it. While we have a home warranty, the deductible is about $125, so paying less than that for a new fan v.s. a repaired/reconditioned fan by the home warranty company made more sense.I did what one should always do, pull everything out of the box, spread it out on the floor, account for everything (it was all there), read through all the steps, and organize what goes where, and at what stage.Hunter was very thoughtful in tagging both the instructions and the clear plastic parts bag(s) with unique symbols (squares, triangles, circles, etc.) , so you know what parts to work with at each step. I purposefully went very slowly so I wouldn’t have to take things apart and re-install them. It took the better part of the afternoon.Pulling the old fan was a pain by myself, but luckily, – there is a Hampton Bay fan removal how-to video on YouTube, and – there were two unused mounting options (yes, still left in the ceiling) available to me, and when I pulled all the old unneeded stuff, the Hunter fan’s mounting instructions really made more sense once I could see all three mounting options (I’m really surprised the old fan stayed up there as long as it did, considering how it was mounted. Eek!)Hunter’s design decision for the interconnect from the motor to the ceiling box to use a single connection, instead of individual wires was a good one. It saved me install time and frustration that had existed in prior fans from other companies that didn’t do that.The previous fan didn’t have a light, but luckily, our house was wired for two separate wall switches for the fan and the fan’s light, so a slight bit of tracing with a non-contact power sensor ID’d which switch/wires were which.Once I got it all put together, I turned the power back on, and lo and behold, it worked! (yeah, I wasn’t really expecting that it would work the first time… ;-)Whenever our other two Hampton Bay fans give out, I’ll replace them with this Hunter fan or a similar one with a down-pole (one is in a high sloped ceiling, so a low-profile wouldn’t work there).Hmm…I have another room with no ceiling fan…maybe I’ll get another Hunter for in there. 🙂

  3. D. P. Long

    It’s a ceiling fan. I picked this one because while the globe only has one light bulb, it’s closed on top, which means a lot less dust and dead bugs in the light fixture. 🙂 Easy to install, very quiet. Solid choice for a ceiling fan.

  4. MsyGirl

    Great light and fan. Though the medium and slow setting are rather slow and the fast is rather fast. Wish the medium was a little more medium.

  5. Fav

    Bought to replaced an existing fan. Use the download from the old fan because we have 14 foot ceilings. The fan is great and it’s quiet. I don’t use there remote. The light is very good too.

  6. Walter McCannon

    This fan was easy to install. Perfectly balanced and quiet.

  7. Phindog

    Our old fan stopped working and I needed one to replace it. After looking for days I decided on this one and I’m glad I did. It has been an excellent cooling capability and the single bulb light works good although it might be a little harsh for some. Change it if you do like it.

  8. Charlotte Berner

    Love this fan, larger than I thought it would be, very easy to install and very quiet.

  9. Techguy

    I liked the first 2 enough that I bought 3 more. They are very quiet, very low energy usage, and they move a ton of air. My ceilings on the first floor are only 8ft, and I’m tall, but these are as low profile as I could hope for and I feel very comfortable using them. They look, feel, and function like fans I would expect to cost a lot more. Installation on the other hand… that was a pain. Not the fan portion though as much as replacing the light boxes with ones that would support ceiling fans. I would suggest that you make sure the box is level and at exactly the right height because the “casing” that covers the fan components is NOT adjustable. So if your box is to high, you’re in trouble, too low and you’ll have a big ugly gap. I think they could have used slots instead of just 4 holes so you could adjust the height a little bit to make up for uneven ceilings and things like that.But all in all, after all the swearing during install as I took it back down and adjusted the first box, I really couldn’t be happier with the outcome. And at least 2 spots in my house have been far more comfortable so far!

  10. Brian

    I bought 3 of these total to put in 3 bedrooms in spring of last year. So far they work out pretty well. We normally just run them in the summer at night with the windows open at med or low. No problems so far. I put 60w dimmable led bulbs in them and use litek wcl100 remotes since I just replaced normal light fixtures.

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