Hot Toys MMS268 Star Wars: Episode IV: 1/6th scale Stormtroopers Collectible Figures Set of 2

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From Hot Toys; After the official reveal of Hot Toys’ first wave of high-end Star Wars collectible figures featuring the infamous smuggler Han Solo and his best friend Chewbacca which were well-received by fans, we are moving the spotlight to the Galactic Empire for this new wave!

Today Hot Toys is thrilled to present the 1/6th scale collectible figures set of fans’ favorite faceless enforcer of the Galactic Empire – Stormtrooper!

The highly-accurate collectible figures are specially crafted based on the image of Stormtrooper in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope featuring bodies with two different heights just like how these non-clone soldiers appear in the film, meticulously crafted Stormtrooper armor and helmet, detailed weapons, and a specially designed figure stand.

This collectible set will exclusively include an additional heavy blaster and a mouse droid as bonus accessories.

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Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series MMS268 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope: 1/6th scale Stormtroopers Collectible Figures Set specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Stormtroopers in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted), Approximately 30 cm tall / 28 cm tall Bodies with over 30 points of articulations. Each Stormtrooper includes the following: Seven (7) pieces of interchangeable gloved palms including: One (1) pair of fists, One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of palms for holding weapons,One (1) gesturing left palm

Costume: One (1) Stormtrooper armor, One (1) black under suit, One (1) Stormtrooper belt with leather holster, One (1) pair of white boots

Weapons: One (1) blaster rifle, One (1) blaster pistol

Accessory: Specially designed figure stand with Stormtrooper nameplate and movie logo

The following additional accessories will be included for the Collectible Figures Set: One (1) heavy blaster, One (1) Mouse Droid

Artists: Figure Painted by Lok Ho, Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

Release date: Q2 – Q3, 2015

Related posts:
March 23, 2008 – Marmit 1/6 scale Star Wars Stormtrooper figure pictures HERE
March 23, 2008 – Medicom Toys 1/6 scale Star Wars Stormtrooper figure posted HERE
April 25, 2009 – Sideshow Star Wars Imperial Stormtrooper Review HERE and HERE
April 27, 2009 – 1/6 scale Imperial Stormtroopers with Darth Vader (pictures HERE)
April 28, 2009 – Comparison pictures of 1/6 scale Stormtrooper figures released by Sideshow vs Marmit vs Medicom posted on my toy blog HERE
July 31, 2009 – Sideshow Collectibles Darth Vader with Sideshow Stormtroopers posted HERE
January 1, 2010 – 2009 Top Ten Fave Toys Countdown 3: Lots and lots of 1/6 scale Stormtroopers pictures HERE
August 30, 2012 – Sideshow Collectibles 1/6th scale Boba Fett, Han in Carbonite and 12-inch Stormtrooper escorts posted HERE

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Hot Toys MMS267 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope 1/6th scale Stormtrooper Collectible Figure

From Hot Toys:
The official reveal of Hot Toys 1/6th scale Han Solo and Chewbacca figures were very well-received by Star Wars fans! They were happy to see the amazing craftsmanship found in the first wave of Hot Toys’ high-end Star Wars collectible figures!

Today, Hot Toys is shifting the spotlight from the Rebel Alliance to the Galactic Empire and very excited to present one of the most iconic soldiers of the Star Wars saga – the 1/6th scale Stormtrooper Collectible Figure!

The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Stormtrooper in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope featuring the meticulously crafted Stormtrooper armor and helmet, detailed weapons, and a specially designed figure stand.

Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series MMS267 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope 1/6th scale Stormtrooper Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Stormtrooper in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted, Approximately 30 cm tall Body with over 30 points of articulations, Seven (7) pieces of interchangeable gloved palms including: One (1) pair of fists, One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of palms for holding weapons, One (1) gesturing left palm

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Costume: One (1) Stormtrooper armor, One (1) black under-suit, One (1) Stormtrooper belt with leather holster, One (1) pair of white boots

Weapons: One (1) blaster rifle, One (1) blaster pistol

Accessory: Specially designed figure stand with Stormtrooper nameplate and movie logo

Artists: Figure Painted by Lok Ho, Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

Release date: Q2 – Q3, 2015

Related posts:
March 23, 2008 – Marmit 1/6 scale Star Wars Stormtrooper figure pictures HERE
March 23, 2008 – Medicom Toys 1/6 scale Star Wars Stormtrooper figure posted HERE
April 25, 2009 – Sideshow Star Wars Imperial Stormtrooper Review HERE and HERE
April 27, 2009 – 1/6 scale Imperial Stormtroopers with Darth Vader (pictures HERE)
April 28, 2009 – Comparison pictures of 1/6 scale Stormtrooper figures released by Sideshow vs Marmit vs Medicom posted on my toy blog HERE
July 31, 2009 – Sideshow Collectibles Darth Vader with Sideshow Stormtroopers posted HERE
January 1, 2010 – 2009 Top Ten Fave Toys Countdown 3: Lots and lots of 1/6 scale Stormtroopers pictures HERE
August 30, 2012 – Sideshow Collectibles 1/6th scale Boba Fett, Han in Carbonite and 12-inch Stormtrooper escorts posted HERE

NEXT: Hot Toys MMS268 Star Wars: Episode IV: 1/6th scale Stormtroopers Collectible Figures Set of 2 featuring bodies with two different heights just like how these non-clone soldiers appear in the film, meticulously crafted Stormtrooper armor and helmet, detailed weapons, and a specially designed figure stand.

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Next up: Original Effect OE Killer Instinct series 1/6th scale Sunny 12-inch female action figure

Original Effect seems to be on a roll in releasing female figures. Not too long ago, they released pictures of their upcoming OE Killer Instinct series 1/6 scale Sophia female figure and she looks almost similar to this Sunny figure except Sophia is dressed in a schoolgirl’s uniform whereas Sunny will be dressed in a Swimsuit. You can check out pictures of Sophia posted on my toy blog HERE. And what’s with girls in school uniforms? Does it make them sexier? There’s going to be a Phicen Limited Artistic Interpretation 1:6 scale The Last Female Student Collector Figure (posted HERE) and how about Hot Toys Sucker Punch 1/6th scale Babydoll (Emily Browning) 12-inch Collectible Figure (reviewed HERE and HERE)

I’m actually more interested with this Killer Instinct Sunny figure’s release than the earlier Sophia figure. I think it’s the head sculpt and outfit. They are more unconventional than what was on Sophia and Sophia looked rather ordinary.

Original Effect OE Killer Instinct series 1/6th scale Sunny 12-inch female action figure will come with the following (Contents list): Head, 7 cm Teenie body (it says in the bio that Sunny is 16), Swimsuit, Silk stockings, Shoe covers, Leather shoes, Anorak, Tactical helmet, Respirator, Hands with gloves x 5 pairs (Optional sword-holding hand x 1 pair, Optional gun-holding hand x 1 Pair, Optional clenching hand x 1 pair, Optional modeling hand x 1 pair, Optional normal hand x 1 pair), Arm band, Tactical backpack, waist belt and leg bind, Middle Bag x 2, Small Bag x 2, Kneepad x 2, Pistol, Sword, Grenade x 4

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Here’s Sunny’s bio and background story.

Related posts:
February 11, 2014 – Review of OE (original effect) 1/6 scale killer instinct SAM 13-inch female action figure HERE, HERE and HERE
February 27, 2014 – Comparison pictures of OE Killer Instinct Sam & Viola + Motoko, Deunan, Black Widow & Selina posted on my toy blog HERE
September 22, 2014 – Review of Original Effect OE Killer Instinct series 1/6 scale Righter 13.5″ tall female action figure HERE and HERE
September 27, 2014 – Comparison pictures of OE Killer Instinct Righter with Sam, Princess Jun, Vis Eris, Raiden & Boom posted HERE

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ThreeA Reveals Images of Marvel 1/6th scale Doctor Doom 12" figure (classic, ghost & stealth)

When ThreeA first announced they were making Marvel 12-inch figures designed by Ashley Wood and released 4 variants of The Invincible Iron Man earlier this year (see the post HERE), it was a case of either you liked it or you don’t, all of which depended on whether you liked 3A’s style. While the design was a nice and unique take on a character we are all very familiar with, one could tell that the figure itself was not very articulated from looking at the preview pictures as there were no extreme poses. Most of them just showed Iron Man standing there. It seems the legs have zero articulation.

Doctor Doom is going to be the second figure released under ThreeA’s Marvel license and it looks pretty good. He’s got the amazing weathering paint job on his armor (characteristics of ThreeZero / ThreeA), a pose-able cape, and also the huge feet that Iron Man was sporting. Once again, figure is shown just standing there (like a statue). Looks pretty good but not so sure about the articulation. ThreeA Doctor Doom will be up for pre-order on October 31st at 9AM Hong Kong time.

Similar to what ThreeA did with the Iron Man figure, Doctor Doom is going to be available in 3 different variants. There’s classic version, the ghost edition, or the all black stealth edition. ThreeA usually has at least one variant of their figure as a Bambaland exclusive, but that information hasn’t been made available at this time.

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With the release of these Doctor Doom images, let’s hope that ThreeA is able to speed up the release of their future Marvel sixth scale figures because it seems like we are only seeing 1 to 2 figures per year. Not a lot to hope for.

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Play Toy P003 1/6 Villain "Expendables 2" 12-inch JCVD as Jean Vilain action figure Review III

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In the 2012 American ensemble action film “The Expendables 2″, Jean Vilain (Jean-Claude Van Damme) carries a Steyr AUG A3 with an Aimpoint Micro T-1 red dot sight as his primary firearm. JCVD plays the bad guy (antagonist) and as the leader of a criminal organization, arms dealer and mercenary group “The Sangs”, he has to face off with Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and his team of mercenaries (do-gooders called “The Expendables”).

Here’s Play Toy P003 1/6th scale The Villain 12-inch figure OR Jean-Claude Van Damme (JCVD) as Jean Vilain in The Expendables 2 with his black leather coat and Steyr AUG A3 rifle. The 1/6 scale Steyr AUG A3 rifle does not have the red dot sight added. In its place is a sniper’s scope and carrying handle.

The Steyr AUG is an Austrian bullpup 5.56mm assault rifle, designed in the 1960s by Steyr Mannlicher GmbH & Co KG (formerly Steyr-Daimler-Puch). The AUG (Armee-Universal-Gewehr—”universal army rifle”) was adopted by the Austrian Army as the StG 77 (Sturmgewehr 77) in 1978, where it replaced the 7.62mm StG 58 automatic rifle (a licence-built FN FAL). In production since 1978, it is the standard small arm of the Austrian Bundesheer and various national police units. The rifle and its variants have also been adopted by the armed forces of Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malaysia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Pakistan, and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

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Already covered in my previous review posts HERE (box packaging and contents) and HERE (figure wearing long black coat and armed with his 1/6 scale Colt M1911 pistol), this Play Toy P003 12-inch The Villain figure comes dressed in black leather coat, long sleeve black T-shirt, belt, boots, sunglasses.
Hidden under the coat is his dual pistol shoulder holster for his twin M1911 pistols, and the hunting knife he carries in a sheath hung from his belt. You can see the items in greater detail in my first part review posted on my toy blog HERE.This post is focussed on the figure and his Steyr AUG rifle,
Another 1/6 scale Steyr AUG rifle that has been released came with the Medicom MSFS (Medicom Special Forces Series) Cro-Magnon GEK Cobra 12-inch figure. You can view the pictures HERE
As I mentioned before, I’ve observed over time that the one outfit that doesn’t become outdated is black outfits. As long as 12-inch figures are wearing 1/6 scale black outfits, they will always fit in with any other figure. When 12-inch figures were first released back in the 1960s, G.I. Joe wore Olive Drab basic green uniforms when they went into “battle”. Later on, they would be outfitted in camouflaged uniforms of the day / period, from the Woodlands Camouflage for the jungle to Desert Camouflage (two versions were released: six-color Desert Battle Dress Uniform or DBDU, nicknamed the “chocolate chip” pattern and tri-color Desert Camouflage Uniform or DCU). Then there was Multi-Cam and the various digital camouflage patterns, rendering the older patterns obsolete and outdated. But black is always IN and ever current.
This Steyr AUG rifle being fitted with a sniper’s scope brings to mind another two one-of-a-kind 1/6 scale sniper rifles I’ve come across in collecting 12-inch figures: one is the CSM Sniper Rifle with Zoom Scope that came with the Sideshow Collectibles “X Files” Cigarette Smoking Man a.k.a. C.G.B. Spender. The figure was reviewed HERE and pictures of the weapon are posted HERE. The other unique sniper rifle AR-7 sniper rifle that came with the Blue Box International (BBI) “Elite Force: Terminate” Sniper Assassin Lucifer 12-inch figure. You can check out the pictures HERE with updated pictures of Lucifer HERE.

Related posts:
December 29, 2012 – Review 3: Jason Statham as Lee Christmas – Art Figures 1/6 Soldiers of Fortune 12-inch figure (pictures HERE)
September 12, 2013 – The Expendables 2 Gunner Jensen (Dolph Lungren) 12-inch Figure aka Art Figures 1/6 scale Soldiers Of Fortune 2 posted HERE
September 15, 2013 – Army of Two: Art Figures 1/6 Soldiers Of Fortune Lee Christmas and Gunner Jensen (pictures HERE)
October 10, 2013 – Presenting Expendables 2 cast of Barney Ross, Lee Christmas & Gunner Jensen, the Terrific Trio (pictures HERE)

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Treppenbau BECKER


Die Treppe aus Holz, Stahl, mit Glas oder Edelstahl • Ein Design-Möbelstück in Ihrem Hause.
Die Treppe, ob aus Holz, Stahl, mit Glas, Edelstahl-Applikationen, aufwändig oder ganz schlicht – sie ist neben ihrer Funktion ein Designstück in Ihrem Haus, welches Blicke auf sich zieht. Deshalb nehmen wir uns bei der Treppenbau-Beratung,
Planung, Fertigung und Montage Ihrer Treppe viel Zeit für Sie.
Lassen Sie sich von der Bildergalerie unserer verschiedensten Treppen inspirieren und vertrauen Sie auf unsere jahrelange Erfahrung im Treppenbau.
Jede Treppe ist etwas Besonderes.
Sie finden die Firma Treppenbau Becker in Altenkirchen, Westerwald, nur unweit von Köln, Bonn, Siegburg, und auch aus Bad Honnef, Windeck und Niederkassel sind wir gut zu erreichen.

Wir würden uns freuen, auch Ihre Treppe bauen zu dürfen.

Weitere Informationen im Treppen-Finder
www.treppen.de/de/portfolio-leser/schreinerei-becker-265.html

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HYDRATING EYE CREAM de Bobbi Brown

Decepcionante es la palabra que utilizaría para definir esta crema para el contorno de ojos. Después de las recomendaciones en el stand de Bobbi Brown, y a punto de terminar el contorno de ojos que estaba utilizando, caí en la tentación y la compré. Mira que suelo ser bastante selectiva y leer los ingredientes, pero animada por el sorprendente efecto del corrector de Bobbi Brown en un día de “ojerazas”, compré el pack de forma impulsiva. Del corrector no me arrepiento en absoluto, pero sí de la crema contorno de ojos.

Me dijeron que tenía un poco deshidratada la zona del contorno de ojos (me extrañó porque en ese momento estaba utilizando mi adorado Orbe de Själ), y que esta crema hidratante terminaría con el problema.

Mi experiencia es que se queda corta de hidratación. De hecho con un producto tan sencillo como el aceite de coco que he utilizado para curar un eczema en los párpados, he conseguido tener mucho más hidratada la zona del contorno de ojos.
Pero vamos a entrar en detalles. Esta es su composición:

Como veis el ingrediente principal es agua, mineral según dicen, pero agua en definitiva. Contiene algunos ingredientes con efecto hidratante, como el escualano, que no escualeno como publicitan en la web de la marca (gracias a María de Rebeautys conozco la diferencia), el aceite de jojoba y el de aguacate; e ingredientes calmantes como el extracto de hamamelis o el aloe vera. También aparecen ingredientes interesantes como el Sodium Hyaluronate (ácido hialurónico)  y el Tocoferol. Lo bueno es que no contiene parabenos, aunque sí el polémico phenoxyethanol.
Su composición, en mi opinión, no está orientada a corregir arrugas, ni a tratar bolsas ni ojeras, que es lo que voy buscando en una crema para el contorno de ojos. Y es que a los 40, aunque no se tengan arrugas, se necesita una ayudita extra para esas noches cortas y días eternos.

 

Su textura es ligera y se absorbe rápidamente, por lo que sí reconozco que es una buena base para aplicar correctores. Me sorprende su color blanco, blanquísimo, quizá no se si aprecia bien en la foto. No se por qué, será una tontería, pero esas cremas tan blancas me producen desconfianza.

 
Sin ningún efecto en bolsas, ojeras, arrugas, ni líneas, entonces ¿para quién recomendaría el producto? Para gente muy muy joven, que solo necesite hidratación o una base para el corrector. Y por su precio buscaría otras alternativas. El envase como la mayoría de productos para el contorno de ojos contiene 15 ml., y cuesta unos 42 euros.

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A Look Back at glasstec 2014

The 2014 edition of glasstec is in the books and quite simply it was amazing.  Having never been to this event I did not know what to expect and despite studying like crazy I was still caught off guard by the pure size of everything.  Mostly every booth (or stand as they call them at this show) was monstrous.   The equipment on display was breathtaking and as a glass geek, I just was in awe at so much of it. If there was a disappointment (other than horrendous internet at my hotel) it was the weakness in glass technology.  I did not see the innovation that I expected and honestly I think we had more innovation with glass products at GlassBuild.  But that was minor because the equipment, the software, and the ability to see how people do things from all over the world was more than enough to make this an incredibly memorable week.

Overall the show was packed and people very positive about the future.  The only scary part was the scuttlebutt about tightening glass supply in North America and the very obvious and frustrating lack of trucking that is causing delivery delays.  The themes of 2015 will be logistics and planning because our industry is not the same as it was 5 years ago.  We have less float plants, less available trucks and drivers and now major improving economic conditions.  So if you are a fabricator, you need to plan and inventory differently than you have in the past and if you are a glazier, make sure you and your fabricator are communicating leadtimes effectively because they may be disrupted due to transport issues.  I will have much more on this in the coming weeks.

As I always do after a show… the seen and heard… and its quite long this time appropriate for a long event like this… Lots to get to…

–  Hardware was everywhere and great usages and advancements continue.  That all glass look with classy hardware is just awesome and it’s only going to get better.  What was the “in” product that seemed to be everywhere?  Blinds in between glass.   Stunning since that is not exactly a new technology.  Also quite a bit of decorative, though I heard from many that the styles on display were not eye catching and I must agree. 

–  Busiest booth?  Guardian. Especially on day 3 of the show.  The place was like a Vegas nightclub, people jam-packed in there.  Somewhere in that mass of humanity I did get to chat with the super Amy Hennes who now has helped point me the right direction at yet another show. Thankfully I got in on day 1 of the show before the masses descended on their spot. Also great to visit with Chris Dolan, Jay Phillips, and Matt Hill.  I feel horrible I never could spend time with my favorite Chinese connection Dan Plotnick.  He was just too busy. But not seeing me is best for his street cred in China. 

–  Coolest machinery?  Everything I saw was awesome, but 2 stood out for me.  (1) The loading/unloading robot that the tremendous guys from Salem showed me at the Bavone booth.  That will help efficiency in plants for sure.  (2) The cutter from Turomas Tecnocat was incredible.  Fast, quiet, and seriously effective. I watched in awe for a while, including a part where it cut 1” thick glass like the hot knife through butter.  Thank you to Juan Pablo Herrera of IGE for getting me my own private demo there.

–  Seen out and about… Got to visit with Doug Marren at Eastman and even saw Aimee Davis from there as well- she no longer works on our side of the industry, so I never get to see her, so that was a treat!  Met for the first time Ruby Singh of Glassfab.  Seriously good guy and was also nice to see Mike Goldfarb of Glassfab too.  I had not seen Doug Studt from Torstenson Glass in quite a while so super to run into him.  And always a pleasure and honor to see Bernard Lax of Pulp Studios. 

–  Pat Kenny of PPG was stationed right across from the NGA\WDDA booth so catching up with him was excellent.  It was his first glasstec in many years.  Meanwhile Max Hals was making yet another triumphant appearance at the show- he’s been here every year since 1982.  Such a good man, glad we have the same name and people confuse us sometimes- I benefit from that deal that’s for sure!  Getting to chat with Ren Bartoe is the best though, he interrupted a conversation with others to say hi to me and I appreciate that.  Got to spend time with Manny Borda of IGE and it was fantastic- pure class that man is.  And speaking of class as well as “cool” Michael Schmidt of Forel fits that description.  Meeting with him in the massive Forel exhibition was a neat experience.  And while in that booth I visited with Steve Bouchard of Glass Distributors Inc. which was totally enjoyable.

–  No Diego Cuevas of Onyx as he had to work Greenbuild but their booth was busy and I got to meet the very sharp and intelligent Mila Plaza who was covering the stand for them.  I love that solar is gaining traction.  Getting a few minutes with Steve Weidner of NSG/Pilkington was awesome.  He treats me better than I deserve.  Always good to see Scott Hoover of Tecglass/Arrow as well as spending a little time with Carey and Chris Mobius of Garibaldi.

–  Not seen? I saw Devin Bowman of TGP at the airport in Atlanta and then never saw him again.  Rob Botman and Jordan Richards of Glassopolis were at the show, but never saw them and rumor has it they owned the town at night with legendary outings.  Nice. 

–  Last, on my final day here, I went for a nice (but icy cold) run along the Rhein.  Portions of my lungs I think are still behind in Germany floating along that river.  Somewhere my running idol Jeff Ziesche of CRL/US Aluminum has to be smiling about that one.

I’m sure I missed more than one thing and we’ll catch that next week as we return once again to normal…. 

LINKS/VIDEO of the WEEK

I hope you can give me a pass on both of these- internet was not great in Germany, so looking up and finding anything was not going to happen.  They’ll return next week!

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This is FANtastic

 
 
We recently installed a new ventilation fan in our main floor bathroom.  The previous fan sounded like an airplane landing!  It was also on a switch, so either it was left on for much longer than it needed to be, or was turned off too soon.
 
We looked at Westside Wholesale and loved the selection!  We are lovers of the big box stores, but the selection here was light years better!  There are 150+ choices for bath fans alone on their website. 
 
 
We looked at several models, then decided on the Panasonic bathroom fan.  This baby is quiet!  It has an auto-on, auto-off sensor that we set for 10 minutes.  It will stay on if it senses humidity or motion.  If not, it’ll only stay on for 10 minutes.
 
 
This is the old fan.  It was a little smaller than the new. 
 
 
 
 
And the new fan.
 
 
 
It took about 90 minutes from start to finish to install. 
 
There were a couple of pieces of metal that needed to be bent to get it in as a ‘remodel’ rather than a ‘new’ install, but overall, it wasn’t too difficult.  (of course I was the one taking pictures, not climbing up in the attic–haha)
 
 
We have had it in for about 3 weeks now and are so happy with everything about it.  It’s quiet, it moves air very well, and it clears out the humidity from a shower very quickly. 

 

 
 Thanks for your visit!
 
Pam
 
 

I was given a fan to review; however all opinions here are my own.
 
 
 
 
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