The brushed steel 52" Mercator Luna ceiling fan is bound to turn heads with its simplistic yet modern design.
This stunning ceiling fan features four silver (4) plywood blades with a 12 degree blade pitch that enable the ceiling fan to produce high air movement while still operating with minimal noise.
The brushed steel 52" Mercator Luna ceiling fan comes complete with a 3 speed wall control and a summer/ winter switch located on the motor housing.
|Model Name||Luna||Motor Housing Material||Aluminium|
|Model Number||FC550134BS||Input Voltage||240V|
|Primary Colour||Brushed Steel||Motor Type||AC Motor|
|Number Of Blades||4||Motor Wattage (High Speed)||60W|
|Blade Pitch||12˚||Summer Winter Reverse||Yes - Located On Motor Housing|
|Light Kit Adaptable||No||Installation Location||Indoor Installation Only|
|Extension Rod Adaptable||Yes - Please See Accessories||Sloped Ceiling Compatible||TBA|
|Remote||Yes - Please See Accessories||Controller Type||3 Speed Wall Control + Light Switch Plate (Included)|
|Blade Rotational Diameter||52" (1300mm)|
|Ceiling To Bottom Of Fan||300mm|
|Ceiling To Blades||237mm|
|Minimum Installation Height||2.1m From Floor To Blades|
This ceiling fan comes with a 3 Year In home Warranty & 6 Year Motor Warranty*
If you do experience any problems with your Mercator ceiling fan within this period, lodging a warranty claim is very easy. You can either fill out the form via the link here https://www.mercator.com.au/product-support/warranty or you can contact Mercator's helpful warranty team on 1300 55 22 55 and they will assist you.
*Please click here to learn more about the Mercator Lighting Warranty Terms and Conditions.
|Value for Money||5|
Good fan a little on the air spread not quite enough but good value.
|Value for Money||5/5|
I bought this fan as it was on special withy a great discount. It replaces a 5-year old alfresco chrome fan which was not big enough.
The fan itself was easy to install and the fan blades easy to fit as the screws were accessed from underneath and fully open. Other fans I have installed have a very fiddly and awkward hatch in the top to access the screws - especially difficult when the fan is on the ceiling hook!
The connection was strange, there is a terminal block on the ceiling bracket, but the wires from the body of the fan were very long and needed to be screw connected to the terminal block - the nicely fitted crimp lugs on the end of the wire were useless as they were cut off.
The fan controller/light switch block was very annoying. It was set up on the assumption the ceiling fan included a light (it did not) and it was vertical mounting, it was horizontal. After almost breaking the plate to get the switch out I realised the switch was not useful as it only had two terminals and my light switch was 'two way'. Luckily I could use the existing switch I had but had to cut off the redundant wire to the switch supplied with the fan.
So, while I am happy with the fan itself, I am very disappointed with the fan controller/light switch - it is based totally on price (ie cheap) with no thought about quality or application.
|Value for Money||5/5|