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Paquete de 5 aspas de repuesto de plástico ideal para zonas húmedas o para ventiladores en exterior. Vienen con orificios preestablecido, pero en mi caso tuve que utilizar una broca escalonada para agrandar los agujeros y que puedan coincidir con el brazo metálico del ventilador. La calidad se ve y se siente fuerte y excelente, son un poco más pesadas que las aspas de MDF originales que se doblaron por la humedad, lo que hace que el ventilador trabaje un poco más lento, sin embargo proporcionan un flujo de aire suficiente para sentirse cómodo. Las 5 aspas pueden pintarse sin problema con un solo bote de spray para que combine con el color del motor del ventilador original, en mi caso las pinté de color café, y ahí pueden ver el resultado en una de las fotos. Las recomiendo mucho, tardaron una semana en llegar a Mérida Yucatán México desde EEUU, y pediré otros 2 juegos adicionales.
I had to drill holes in them to fit my Hunter outdoor fan. Just be careful on the drilling and the fan blades were perfectly balanced. Would buy again. Note: Trust me on this, Don't drill all five blades stacked on one another. Do each separately or they will 'melt' together and you'll have a hell of a time getting them apart.
The three holes in all five fan blades had been "doctored" by some novice, not drilled but had been "hollowed out" using a pen knife or similar item, every single hole was like that, some about a half-inch wide with absolutely no evidence of any drill used to expand any hole; in two cases, holes had been "chopped" such that the plastic was open on the fan blade edges. Why these five unserviceable, unusable blades were shipped is a mystery; surely someone receiving them from the "chopper" should have recognized they were useless. I have never received such service from any Amazon seller.
These are very solid fan blades that I used to replace a porch fan. The fan was not meant to be an outdoor fan, and the blades had warped very badly. These blades seem very solid, and are made of a plastic like material, so I don't think they will wrap at all. I did have to drill new holes because my fan holes were not the same. It was very easy to do by lining up the old blade with the new one, and I used a drill bit to drill right through. Overall, they seem to work wonderfully, and the quality and durability seem perfect for a porch fan. They did take a very long time to arrive though, so if you are looking for something fast, you might want to look elsewhere.
FINALLY! Fan blades that will not bend in the summer heat. Yes, we had to drill extra holes in the blades to make them fit our fan. But that wasn't difficult as my husband used one of the old blades as a template. Installing them wasn't any more difficult than removing and flipping the old ones twice a year. And, it should be just a one-time install. They are sturdy because they are made of plastic. A bit too shiny, but we can live with that. I wish they'd come in a wood-grain color, but then again it's not always easy to make plastic look like wood. I'm just happy they work.
Everyone is right...you will need to do a little drilling. The first blade took 10 minutes...the 4th and 5th took less than a minute. I have Hunter fans...maybe these are drilled for Casablanca if they're still around or Hampton Bay or whatever it is Home Depot sells, but they do not fit Hunter. That being said, they weigh identically so balance was a non-issue. Be sure to weigh them once you get the brackets installed. Nobody likes a wobbly fan! I use a kitchen gram scale.
Had to drill additional holes to accommodate my particular fan. They are plastic with a thick blade down the middle which should keep them from bending. So far so good. They should come solid without holes since they are genetic.
A pack of five blades came wrapped and encased in clamshell plastic. Drilling instructions in English and Spanish are on the backside of the label (oops) that I ripped off. Oh well, I didn't need them. These were an exact fit for my 20 year old 52" Murray Feiss Import fan. Westinghouse must have owned the company. These are white with reflective surface and have a cathedral tip with a ridge back running down the center of the blade to the tip on one side and plane surfaced on the other. I chose to view the ridgeback for interest.
We have a Harbor breeze fan. The product description suggests that these fit most fans. In the case of the harbor breeze it did not fit. Harbor breeze fans have 3 posts that are expected to fit in the blades. I was able to oversize drill the holes to make it fit. The blades seem well made and I did not lower the overall review because it is not the companies fault that it did not directly fit. I lowered the ease of install by one star because of the required modification. With this modification it fits and looks fine and works great.