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Kichler Cameron 52" LED 3000K Outdoor Ceiling Fan


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  • White
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    -$0.00No charge
  • Weathered Steel Powder Coat
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    -$0.00No charge
  • Weathered Copper Powder Coat
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    -$0.00No charge
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Product overview


Product Specs:

Product Specs

  • Type: Outdoor Fans
  • Finish: Black, Copper, Stainless Steel
  • Style: Traditional Classic
  • Width: 52 in
  • Height: 16 1/4 in
  • Blades Included: Yes
  • Number of Blades: 5
  • Blade Sweep: 52 in
  • Blade Pitch: 14 Degrees
  • Downrod Included: Yes
  • Light Kit Included: Yes
  • Bulb Included: Yes
  • Number of Bulbs: 1
  • Watts per Bulb: 9
  • Total Wattage: 60
  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Color Temperature: 3000K
  • Wire Length: 78 in
  • Canopy/Base Backplate: 7.01 DIA


W 52" x H 16 1/2"

About Kichler 310204 Cameron 52" LED 3000K Outdoor Ceiling Fan

Showcasing a flat, Etched Cased Opal diffuser, lighting makes an impact with this 52 inch Cameron™ LED fan. Also featuring a Weathered Steel Powder Coat, White or Weathered Copper Powder Coat finish, this design will enhance any space in your home.

This product has the following variations:

SKU Description Price
310204WH With Finish: White $590.00
310204WSP With Finish: Weathered Steel Powder Coat $590.00
310204WCP With Finish: Weathered Copper Powder Coat $590.00

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