With a minimalist, contemporary design and six color/finish options, the Discus Classic II 44" ceiling fan by Monte Carlo complements a wide variety of room styles. Discus Classic II features an integrated 20W LED downlight with a matte opal glass shade for functionality with flair. A pull chain controls this 3-speed fan, however a handheld or wall mount remote control is compatible and sold separately.
- 20W LED Light Kit, 3000K, 1060 Lumens, 90+ CRI
- Max ceiling slope with included hardware: 30 Deg
- Premium power 153 X 18 mm torque-induction motor for quiet operation
- Triple capacitor, 3 speed reversible motor.
- Precision balanced motor and blades for wobble-free operation.
- 12 degree blade pitch designed for optimal air.
- Extra long 6.5 foot lead wire for use with long downrods.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty.
1 Integrated 20w Max. (included)
||Fan: 15 3/32''
Min. Ceiling Height: 7 7/8'
Flush Mount: 15 3/32'' Canopy Included.
||Canopy: Diameter: 5 1/8''
This product may be mounted on a sloped ceiling
This product is dimmable.
This fan comes with a light kit.
Flush mount hardware is included
This advanced LED technology is carefully designed and selected to consist of the highest quality LED chipsets for superior performance and reliability.
Fixture is operated with a pull chain
This product complies with TSCA Title VI
Integrated LED fixtures that meet the high efficacy LED standards set forth in Title 24 and are listed in the California Energy Commission Appliance database.
20W LED Light Kit, 3000K, 1060 Lumens, 90+ CRI
Max ceiling slope with included hardware: 30 Deg
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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