Discussion in 'Home and Garden' started by Imy, Feb 13, 2014.
We have the 24750 - Speedboat Remote Control Pack remote
General Hunter instructions are here
Yeah I've read through those instructions already but doesn't shed any light on the flush fitting option.
That remote is just a tad pricey! I don't think I'll be able to afford it with the remote.
We had a ceiling fan in our old house - had the living room upstairs, and it got really hot.
The fan certainly did help - but it was also a little noisy. I think it was a cheap version, so I reckon, for a bedroom certainly, it would be worth paying a little more for a premium one.
Ill scan in the industrie one over the weekend if you can wait ?
Blades off / Light module exposed, by removing the drop you can get both chrome sections of the body to be next to each other
Blades on, completed
Don't want to trouble you too much mate; I'll call the reseller up when I get a chance.
Could you take a guess though as to much height is saved without the drop rod bit?
It is a very nice looking fan (I saw it before in your own thread) and I like the self-levelling mechanism.
Its no drama i'm working tomorrow anyway. Ill measure up what the drob rod adds to it but its about 75mm I would guess.
Hello Mr. I Work for this certain company.
Also where were you 5 years ago when OP was choosing a fan?
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