0030721702846

Model 7028400

Internet #203009425

Store SKU #858708

1-Light Brushed Nickel Adjustable Mini Pendant

$16.47 /each
  • Mini Pendant fixtures are a quick and easy fashion upgrade
  • Create a customized mini pendant by adding a shade of your choice
  • eal for kitchen islands, bars, and bedrooms and bathrooms
Fixture Color/Finish: Brushed Nickel
  • Antique Brass
  • Brushed Nickel
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • White

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This Westinghouse 1-Light Brushed Nickel Adjustable Mini Pendant offers an easy way to customize your lighting. The round canopy, slender cord, and shade ring feature a classic brushed nickel finish that easily matches any decor. Westinghouse's customizable fixtures inspire creativity for quick and easy home upgrades. Select your fixture and finish, choose your shade, and enjoy your new custom lighting. The fixture works especially well above a kitchen bar or dining area. Wherever you place it, you will enjoy the mini pendant's versatile style. This adjustable fixture is 55 in. high x 5 in. in diameter and has a 50 in. maximum cord length. It uses 1 medium-base light bulb, 60-Watt maximum (not included). This Westinghouse interior fixture is ETL/CETL listed for safety. It is backed by a 5-year limited manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Product reference number 70284.

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  • 1-light mini pendant design provides targeted illumination; cord length adjusts to meet your needs
  • Brushed nickel finish complements traditional and contemporary decors
  • Uses 1 medium-base light bulb, 60-Watt maximum (not included)
  • Ideal for placement above a kitchen bar or dining area; compatible with any 2-1/4 in. shade for customized lighting
  • ETL/CETL listed for safety
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Can this be mounted to an angled ceiling?

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No, the pendant cannot be mounted to an angled ceiling.
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Can this fixture be wired to a 277V circuit?

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Interested in buying this fixture. I couldn't determine if it only worked on 120V. If I can wire into 277V, would i just need a 277V rated lamp/bulb?
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No, I do not believe it is rate for that level of voltage.
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What do the wire labels mean? "L" "N" and some strange symbol.

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That was a very frustration part of the installation. L = Live or Line... this is equivalent to the black wire with romex. N = Neutral... This is equivalent to the white wire with romex. The weird shape is the Ground. You should also see a faint, greenish line that runs the length of the wire with the weird symbol on it.
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The L means Live, N means Neutral, and the some strange symbol means ground.
When you wire in the fixture, L goes to black, N goes to white and some strange symbol goes to ground.
As has been noted in other reviews, if you have to cut the electrical wire to adjust the length you will find that all the three wires look the same. The L and N can be reversed without any problem, but you must get the Read More
The L means Live, N means Neutral, and the some strange symbol means ground.
When you wire in the fixture, L goes to black, N goes to white and some strange symbol goes to ground.
As has been noted in other reviews, if you have to cut the electrical wire to adjust the length you will find that all the three wires look the same. The L and N can be reversed without any problem, but you must get the ground right. The secret is that there is a tiny green line along the ground wire. When you know to look for it the tiny green color is not that hard to see, but otherwise it's almost invisible. Some reviewers have said they find the green wire visible and ugly, but without some clue the wiring would be problematic. Read Less
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Can I use a dimable LED bulb in this light?

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 55 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I do not recommend them!!! I bought two of these lights and they were a PAIN to install. The sheath around the three wires is absurdly difficult to cut. The wires are nearly impossible to identify (except for the ground which has a very light green color that runs the length of the wire). I would have taken them back, but had cut into one of the wires so at that point I was committed. I think these were the cheapest choice available and I would imagine that the higher end stuff is better, so if you can afford it, I would recommend going with something different. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by this was the tie in we were looking for in the kitchen this was the right choose for the kitchen above the sink. lots of light and it has the look we were looking for February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Low cost way to have a pendant light. Using this together with a globe was cheaper than buying a complete pendant fixture in a box and I think it looks as good or better. December 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fancy lights The lights are fancy an work great easy to hang an puts off good light June 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor appearance, green wire running the length of cord! On the brushed nickle finish kit the wire is completely exposed with a clear casing, which would be fine except for the green wire running through the length of the cord. Very poor design. This does not show on the box so you need to open the box and make sure you like the wire. This needs to be changed for those wanting the brushed finish. We bought four of these only to get home and find out they have the green wire which totally looks awful for our application. Whoever came up with this idea was way off. Now we are looking for another kit that will work with our globe. June 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple and Beautiful This was relatively easy to install with absolutely no electrical experience. I purchased an old wire egg basket and the chord on this kit fit perfectly into the existing hole on the bottom of the basket. I decided to swag the fixture so it was centered over my table, and it was extremely easy to do so. It is very lightweight and the chord is strong, but flexible. The oil rubbed bronze finish was not too dark or too light for my taste. I would definitely recommend this to others. March 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Look before you buy (wish I had) Just bought 3 of these lights. Upon opening the packages at home, none were the same! One was full-size pendant (product in wrong box?), whereas of the other two, one had the ugly green wire described in other reviews, and one did not. My "appearance" and "quality" ratings and overall recommendation are based on these issues - if all three had been mini-pendants w/o the green wire, I'd be a happy camper. Off to Home Depot again... October 24, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Installation Pain These lights are a real pain to install. Unless you have 12' ceilings or plan to hang the light a foot above the floor, you'll have to trim the cord. The instructions say nothing about how to do this. I was able to figure it out, but it's not easy. There are very small nylon screws holding the cord in the canopy. You need a very small flat tip screw driver to loosen. I purchased two fixtures. On one, the screw was frozen and just tore up when I tried to loosen. Because of that I couldn't retighten properly so the cord was slipping in the canopy. I had to resort to duct tape to keep it from pulling through the canopy. Even more frustrating are the wires. To trim, you'll need to strip off the outer clear sheathing to get to individual wires. Out of the box, each wire has a little label identifying it as hot, common, and ground. Once you cut the cable to desired length, you lose the labels. The problem is that all the wires look the same. I finally noticed that there was an extremely pale green line on the ground wire, but needed a magnifying glass to see it. It was a toss up as to which of the remaining wires were which. I know polarity isn't so important with AC, but still... the wires should be color coded or textured like with some lamp cords so you know hot from common and the ground should be marked more clearly. I basically used the wire's orientation relative to the ground so that I was at least consistent in connecting the two fixtures. Although they look good and the price was reasonable, if I had to do it again, I'd find something else. What should have take an hour or less took closer to 3. April 1, 2015
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