The Westinghouse Comet 7801665 is a low-profile ceiling fan, designed for rooms up to 225 square feet with 8-foot ceilings. A motor with a triple capacitor sets the fan spinning at three different speeds in addition to a reversible switch. The fan itself is quite modern and sleek with five matte black blades and a matte black finish. You can even customize the look of your fan by flipping the blades over to reveal a black marble texture for a touch of intrigue.
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Westinghouse Comet 7801665 ceiling fan: Features
The Westinghouse Comet 7801665 ceiling fan's ability to reverse quiet rotation is an energy-efficient feature that can save you money throughout the year. Each direction has the option of three speeds: high, medium and low. All of these controls can be operated from a wall-mounted control panel or via a portable remote control, which is sold separately.
Thanks to a 52-inch blade span, this ceiling fan has an excellent airflow of 3,589 cubic feet per minute with an airflow efficiency of 57 CFM per watt. It comes with wall mounting kits to hang either flush to the ceiling or dropped down four inches with the included downrod. To accommodate vaulted ceiling with angles, you can purchase a special mount separately. At the peak of the fan is a frosted glass dome that houses two 40-watt light bulbs. These bulbs are included with the initial fan and can easily be replaced through most any hardware store at the end of their lifespan.
Even the best ceiling fans with lights offer a lifetime warranty on their motors, and this fan comes with a two-year warranty on all other parts. In fact, the parts warranty is longer than the one-year average among most ceiling fans we evaluated, such as the Emerson Luxe Eco ceiling fan.
Should you buy the Westinghouse Comet 7801665 ceiling fan?
The lifetime warranty on the motor of this ceiling fan is a real strength, along with its adaptability to suits plenty of ceiling heights. You will have to purchase a remote control separately though, although this is pretty standard with ceilings fans these days.