The Westinghouse Harmony has a refined look that fits with most decors while still providing power and efficiency. It also includes the ability to run in reverse, allowing you to circulate warm air, keeping you warm during the cold months.
The light fixture in the fan is dim to the point that you will need additional lights to illuminate your room. Over time, the fan can also develop a repetitive clicking noise that can become annoying.
The Westinghouse Harmony is a two blade fan with a brushed nickel finish and maple plywood blades that will fit in with any room’s design. It includes four fan speeds as well as a switch to reverse the air flow, providing control over the temperature of the room, as well as the ability to use the fan to keep a room warm. Its lowest settings are incredibly efficient, moving as much as ten percent more air per watt of energy.
The light fixture is made of frosted opal to give the fan some sophistication and to prevent the lighting from being harsh. The light fixture, as well as the other components of the fan comes with a two year warranty. The fan’s motor features a lifetime warranty, ensuring that you will be able to keep the fan for the long run.
What Westinghouse 7214100 Harmony Boasts?
- Brushed nickel finish.
- Two weathered maple plywood blades.
- Four speed settings.
- Option to reverse the fan for use in cold months.
- Frosted opal light fixture.
- Six inch down rod.
- 4,881 cubic feet per minute airflow.
- Efficient 92 CFM per watt motor.
- Lifetime motor warranty.
- Remote control (sold separately) for easy setting changes.
The Westinghouse Harmony fan features a whisper quiet motor designed to run the fan so quietly that you won’t even notice that it’s there. Even on the highest speed setting you can only hear the sound of the air moving around your home. Some fans may develop clicking or other noises with use, but these can generally be repaired easily.
The Westinghouse Harmony is designed to be as efficient as possible. The motor draws 53 watts on its highest speed and moves 4,881 cubic feet of air per minute, giving it a 942 CFM per watt efficiency, though not as very efficient as the Emerson Midway Eco which has only 17.5 watts. Running the Westinghouse Harmony costs less than running a standard lightbulb, making it a great green addition to any home.
Proper use of a fan can reduce air conditioning costs by as much as forty percent, making it a net benefit in terms of energy use. The reversibility of the fan means you can use it to reduce heating costs in the winter as well.
The Westinghouse Harmony is a mid-range fan with a surprising number of features but without the bells and whistles found in more premium models. Its elegant and refined design will allow it to fit in with most décors, making it a great choice for anyone looking for a way to cool their home efficiently. The ability to reverse the fan for use in the winter months, as well as the option to purchase a remote control gives the Harmony the push it needs to bring it from being a good fan to a great fan.