Fanimation Cancun 52-inch Ceiling Fan

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$189.99
SKU FTFP8009OB
220V (Y/N0
Light Kit (Y/N)
Location Rating
The cooling breezes and tropical look of The Cancun create the relaxing environment of a beach vacation in any room. Unlike most beach vacations, however, the affordably priced Cancun will not stretch your budget. The Cancun is also an environmentally friendly fan that has earned the Energy Star rating and features antique finish woven bamboo blades. The Cancun accommodates a ceiling slope up to 30 degrees and operates on three forward and reverse speeds. As if being cost saving, energy efficient and tropically inspired weren't enough, The Cancun also features exceptional engineering and operates in both wet and damp locations.
  • Number of Blades: 5
  • Blade Pitch: 14 degrees
  • Blade Sweep: 52"
  • Optional Light Kit: (2) 75W Halogen Minican
  • Motor Size: 172 X 20mm
  • Remote Included?: No
  • Wall Control Included?: No
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Energy Star Rated?: Yes
  • Downrod Length: 4.5" x. 1
  • Lead Wires: 80"
  • Airflow: 5848 CFM
  • Electricity Usage: 67 Watts
  • Airflow Efficiency: 85 CFM per Watt
  • UL Listing: Damp or Wet
  • Voltage: 110v or 220v
  • Overall Dimensions: 13.73"(L) x 9.06"(W) x 13.73"(H)
  • Weight: 21 lbs

Fanimation. True beauty comes from within. At Fanimation, this time-tested adage embodies the company's commitment to elevated aesthetics, exquisite craftsmanship and eco-friendly practices. For nearly 30 years, Fanimation has created ceiling, desk and wall fans that are as revolutionary on the inside as they are on the outside, uniting unique designs, unusual blades, unexpected materials with unprecedented utility.

Behind Fanimation is the story of passionate innovation and international travel. When designer Tom Frampton founded the company in 1984, he was living in Pasadena, California, a city where industrial design is as ubiquitous as orange trees, the Rose Parade and Craftsman homes. Inspired by the island paradises he loved to explore, he launched Punkah, a synchronized fan with breezy side-to-side motion. In 1997, he moved his growing company to Indianapolis, Indiana, where Fanimation now produces a comprehensive range of styles, from tropical to traditional and retro to futuristic. One of Fanimation's newest releases, Involution, fuses a sci-fi past with forward-thinking design: Fahrenheit 451 meets quantum physics. This classic two-blade fan features satin-nickel or oil-rubbed bronze finishes and optional rings that create an optical illusion.

Fans defined by such highly original designs, exclusive blade shapes and inventive materials necessitate one-of-a-kind technical solutions. As a result, a significant portion of Fanimation's development process is focused on creating a motor that best meets a design's overall requirements. A vintage-chic ceiling fan like Extraordinaire, with 360-degrees of continuous orbital motion and powerful, evenly distributed airflow, calls for an equally extraordinary motor, and like every Fanimation Fan, it's backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

For a company that prides itself on exquisite craftsmanship and enduring performance, it's no surprise that Fanimation is always seeking new ways to exceed customer expectations and improve quality of life. Fanimation reduces its impact on the environment by using energy-efficient lighting in all manufacturing facilities and warehouse and shipping all products in recycled packaging. Fanimation's numerous Energy Star-rated designs help customers to minimize their carbon footprint, too. With designs like Multimax, Huxley and Enigma-a revolutionary single-blade fan that made its Hollywood debut in the film I, Robot-sustainable living has never been so stylish. Or cost-effective! A Fanimation ceiling fan can enhance your comfort while helping to reduce energy bills up to 50%.

Although the company is at the forefront of fan manufacturing, yet it maintains a deliberately streamlined profile as a family-run business with close community ties. Tom's son, Nathan Frampton, now heads the business side, leaving his dad free to travel, collect antique fans and memorabilia, and create more truly beautiful fans.