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Maxim Lighting Cubic 3-Light Polished Chrome Bath Vanity Light
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Maxim Lighting

Cubic 3-Light Polished Chrome Bath Vanity Light

$222.60 /each
SAVE 20% USING PROMO CODE "INDOORLIGHTING"
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Price Valid : 04/19/2017 - 05/01/2017
SAVE 20% USING PROMO CODE "INDOORLIGHTING"

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Maxim Lighting's Cubic Collection consist of bold clear crystal cubes mounted on a solid metal frame, finished in a mirror like Polished Chrome. The inside of the cubes are frosted to nicely diffuse the natural light created from the included xenon bulbs. Shop the collection for one, two, three, and four bath vanities.

  • Uses (3) bi-pin base, xenon bulbs, 60-Watt maximum per bulb
  • Bulb(s) included
  • Adds transitional styling and visual interest to your decor
  • Easy installation instructions and template enclosed for convenient setup
  • Equipped with a clear glass shades
  • Can be hung facing upwards or downwards
  • Please allow 5 days for shipping

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you use LED bulbs?

Can you use LED bulbs?
Asked by: Pam
Yes, yo can use LED bulbs.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-28

Where will i replacement bulbs from ?

Could you please provide me the details where can i buy the replacement bulbs from for this vanity lights ?
Asked by: Aman
Hello, thank you for your inquiry. This fixture requires (3) G9 bi-pin base, T4 shaped xenon bulbs, with a maximum wattage of 50 watts per bulb. These bulbs are fairly standard and can be purchased at The Home Depot or any other hardware store of your choosing. Thank you
Answered by: ILLUMINETeam
Date published: 2015-09-20

I need to replace a light bulb but I can't unscrew it. Was there some sort of special tool for unscrewing the bulbs?

Asked by: Jaime

Can these lights be dimmed

Can these lights be dimmed
Asked by: NayNay
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