The Traverse by Monte Carlo is a 52", five-blade, semi-flush ceiling fan with an integrated downlight all wrapped-up in the clean lines of a modern design available in four updated finishes. The integrated downlight has an equally contemporary profile with a smooth shade made of either Graduated Amber or Matte Opal glass. For a more streamlined look, a finishing cap is included if it's preferred to install the fan without using the integrated light. It features three-speed pull chain operation with a manual reverse switch and is also compatible with the NEO remote control (either hand held or wall mount) sold separately.
- 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.
- Blanking plate included for installations without light kit.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty.
2 Medium 9.3w Max. (included)
||Flush Mount: '' Canopy Included.
||Canopy: Diameter: 8 1/2''
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
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
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