Wiring up is easy for even less-experienced do-it-yourselfers. Most had best results using it in entryways and foyers or as supplemental light in the kitchen.
Some blemishes in the glass canopy, and it sometimes mounts unevenly. Check the package on arrival for breakage or other issues, as return window is short.
Much brighter illumination than similar fluorescent lighting, with little delay in turning on. Users were pleased with the amount of light given off as well as the savings in power.
Installation can be a challenge if fitting to an existing electrical box, but includes plenty of mounting holes to work with. Reports of diffuser cover damaged on arrival. A few reports of cover cracking easily when removing.
Users liked the decorative touch, as well as the clear canopy – which allows natural light through. Installation is not difficult.
Some reports of defects or breakage occurring in shipping. Glass canopy is thin, and some report it can crack easily. Can’t adjust the cord length. Canopy and lights often don’t line up well.
Fast installation with included hooks, and users were pleased with the versatility provided by an outlet cord rather than wiring to an electrical box. Lightweight and length-adjustable.
Plastic canopy may be damaged by using bulbs with too high a wattage, so stick to 60W bulbs. Numerous reports of plastic dome warping in shipping.
Quick-connect feature in wiring harness makes hooking up to electrical wiring much easier. Work well with recommended LED lights, available separately. Experienced installers find installation fairly straightforward.
To install, users will likely need to make any existing ceiling fixture holes bigger. Not UL-certified and may be risky to install in homes built before 1985. Instructions aren’t very helpful. Screw-in lights can’t be used, limiting lighting options.
Ceiling lights are available in many different shapes, sizes, and designs. This gives you a lot of options to meet your personal style. A common type of ceiling light is a flush mount light, which mounts to within a few inches of the ceiling. Other people like chandelier styles of ceiling lights. These hang far from the ceiling, such as over a large dining room table or in an entryway. Pendant lights also hang from the ceiling, but they’re not as extravagant as chandeliers. Pendant lights usually consist of one to three lights. For places that have low ceilings, like basements, people may choose recessed lighting. This means the light bulb and fixture are inside the finished ceiling. Fluorescent light tubes that hang from the ceiling are common in workshops or garages.
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