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Progress Lighting

Model # P2978-09

Internet # 202217311

Store SKU # 512267

Alexa Collection 3-Light Brushed Nickel Bath Light

$123.93 /each

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Model # P2978-09

Internet # 202217311

Store SKU # 512267

Store SO SKU # 1000117759

Vintage mid-century modern, the Alexa Collection features a pleasingly simple brushed metal frame. Visually interesting white linen finish glass with a crisp clear edge accent. Create the sophisticated feel of modern, urban living in your home - no matter where you live.

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  • Brushed nickel finish
  • White linen glass
  • 22 in. W x 9-3/8 in. H
  • Uses (3) 100-Watt medium base bulbs (not included)
  • Fixture can be installed facing upwards or downwards

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
6.125 
Product Height (in.) 
9.375 
Product Width (in.) 
22 
Details
Bulb Type Included 
No Bulbs Included 
Connection Type 
Hardwired 
Fixture Color/Finish 
Brushed Nickel 
Fixture Color/Finish Family 
Nickel 
Hardware Included 
Yes 
Light Bulb Base Code 
Medium 
Light Direction 
Up/Down 
Maximum Bulb Wattage 
100 W 
Maximum Wattage (watts) 
300 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Product Weight (lb.) 
9.79 lb 
Recommended Light Bulb Shape Code 
A19 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shade Color Family 
White 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1-year limited warranty 

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Fixture Color/Finish Family: Nickel
Number of Bulbs Required: 3 - 3.1
Price: $100 - $150
Shade Color Family: White
Brand: Progress Lighting
Bulb Type Included: No Bulbs Included
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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HOW LONG A LIGHT BULB CAN YOU INSTALL WITHOUT IT STICKING OUT PAST THE GLASS

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February 20, 2014
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Hillsborough, NJ
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February 9, 2015
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A regular 60w bulb will fit. I did however used 60w ceiling fan bulbs as they were smaller easier to install and sit further inside the shades.
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October 2, 2014
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I've found there are 2 sizes of HE indoor light bulbs normally available in Home Depot stores. Both will bit within the glass shade; however, the smaller size fits within the frosted section and looks better.
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August 12, 2014
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You can install a normal size 60 watt incandescent bulb or equivalent CFL.
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March 18, 2014
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I used traditional size bulbs, clear ones. Nothing hangs out. Buy them soon; they're discontinued.
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February 21, 2014
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This fixture is designed for a standard A-19 shape bulb which has a typical overall length of about 4" (including the screw base).
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Does this fixture come with screws to mount the round plate to the wall box?

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March 15, 2014
I ordered this fixture, and mine did not come with screws to mount the round plate to the wall box. It did come with the bolts to mount the fixture to the plate.

It also seems impossible to use the round plate supplied with the fixture, with my wall box, as the mounting holes on the wall box are horizontally oriented, and the only holes in the plate that line up with those mounting holes are the ones that need to line up vertically to mount the fixture to the plate.
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February 9, 2015
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It did not come with the screws to hold the plate to the electrical box, I had to supply those myself. There was no issue using the plate. You align the plate so the threaded holes align with the light fixture, not the electrical box. When this is aligned, the curved slots will align with the holes in the electrical box. You screw through these slots to secure the plate to the electrical box. Do not Read More
It did not come with the screws to hold the plate to the electrical box, I had to supply those myself. There was no issue using the plate. You align the plate so the threaded holes align with the light fixture, not the electrical box. When this is aligned, the curved slots will align with the holes in the electrical box. You screw through these slots to secure the plate to the electrical box. Do not attempt to secure the mounting plate to the electrical box with the threaded holes in the plate. Read Less
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Yes, there were screws for mounting the round plate to the box. We didn't have a box so my husband used 4 drywall anchors and screws. Howerver, as stated in some reviews, the two bolts to mount the fixture to the round plate are too long and need to be replaced. The bolts are 1 1/4 inch long but need to be 1 inch long. I bought 6 for three fixtures and paid $0.50 so they are cheap. It's just a pain to Read More
Yes, there were screws for mounting the round plate to the box. We didn't have a box so my husband used 4 drywall anchors and screws. Howerver, as stated in some reviews, the two bolts to mount the fixture to the round plate are too long and need to be replaced. The bolts are 1 1/4 inch long but need to be 1 inch long. I bought 6 for three fixtures and paid $0.50 so they are cheap. It's just a pain to have to go out and buy them so be prepared. Read Less
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March 18, 2014
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Mine came with everything needed to mount it. I will admit, I was having the bathroom completely renovated and one of the workmen hung it for me. He had to make a new hole in the wall and spackle over the existing one otherwise it wouldn't have been centered over the mirror. That's beyond my pay grade lol But that problem wasn't the fault of the light.
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March 17, 2014
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Screws for attachment to a wall box are supplied with the wall box since those are part of the safety listing for the box. The round plate supplied with your fixture has many slots that can be used for attachment to the wall box.
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How do I replace the light bulb? Do the outside glass tubes come off?

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February 9, 2015
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I just reached inside the glass shade and screwed in the light bulb. You cannot take the light shade off when a light bulb is installed as it is held in place with a nut around the light socket.
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January 20, 2015
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They do come off...but don't need to to replace bulb. Just unscrew...screw in new one
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The outside glass is held on by a socket screw and the bulb. The bulb can be replaced thru the bottom or top whichever way you choose to mount it. Thanks!
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Does this vanity light provide enough light to light up the whole bathroom on it's own?

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Yes, it does. The fixture is rated for three 100w lightbulbs, but I used three 11w Cree LED lightbulbs from Home Depot instead. These bulbs are basically the same as a 60w incandescent light bulb in the fact that they are rated at 815 lumens of brightness, but they'll only cost you about a penny a day combined in electrical use. I put my fixture on a dimmer switch as apparently while I like my bathroom Read More
Yes, it does. The fixture is rated for three 100w lightbulbs, but I used three 11w Cree LED lightbulbs from Home Depot instead. These bulbs are basically the same as a 60w incandescent light bulb in the fact that they are rated at 815 lumens of brightness, but they'll only cost you about a penny a day combined in electrical use. I put my fixture on a dimmer switch as apparently while I like my bathroom to be fully lighted when I use it, the women in my family don't agree with this philosophy and want the brightness to be softer for make-up purposes. Works great both ways. Read Less
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This would be determine based on the size of your room. To figure this you take the length of your room times the width of the room this equals the square ft. Multiply the square footage by the appropriate number of lumens per square foot for that type of room you have: (Bedrooms require 15 lumens per square foot), (hallways need 7.5 lumens per square foot), (dining rooms, kitchens and offices need 35 Read More
This would be determine based on the size of your room. To figure this you take the length of your room times the width of the room this equals the square ft. Multiply the square footage by the appropriate number of lumens per square foot for that type of room you have: (Bedrooms require 15 lumens per square foot), (hallways need 7.5 lumens per square foot), (dining rooms, kitchens and offices need 35 lumens per square foot) and (bathrooms and parts of rooms that include sinks need 75 lumens per square foot). In your case this fixture uses 3 (100 w) bulbs which = 4800 lumens. So you would take your room size sq ft x 75 lumens (for a bathroom) if it is under the 4800 that this light puts out you should be fine. If it come out to more that 4800 we do offer this fixture as a (4) light which is a P2998-09 it uses (4) 100 w bulbs or 6400 lumens. Hope this helps. Thanks! Read Less
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Modern update to our powder room I am happy with this fixture. It showed up just days after I ordered it, no issues with the packaging or the fixture. Everything came in one piece - no damage. The fixture was easily installed in a short amount of time. I was concerned because I saw other reviews that said it came with screws that were too long. I found this not to be the case. Instead it's a case of poor instructions and DIY'ers that don't understand how these fixtures are supposed to be assembled. The fixture comes with two screws that are "too long" to accommodate any possible depth the electrical junction box may be recessed into the wall (including varying depths for drywall, ceramic tile, back-set into the wall cavity). The trick is to screw the two screws into the mounting plate to what is the proper depth for the screws to reach the decorative nuts that hold the fixture in place. You then take the two hex nuts and screw them on the screws until they are tightly against the mounting plate (this step is not included in the instructions). This is called "double-nutting". It secures the screw to the plate at the proper depth and locks it in place. Once this is done, installation is fairly simple. I mounted the fixture with the glass facing down so they wouldn't become dust-collectors, plus I like the down-look better. In the picture you can see that I used the matching ceiling light as well. February 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good quality, looks great We ordered two of this lighting fixture for our bathroom on line and picked it up the next day at a local Home Depot. Was a little surprised as to how heavy and big the boxes were, but it reflected the quality of the product. There was very little to assemble and the metal is high quality. We installed them so that the light openings face downward and it still looks great. Installation was a 2 person job. September 25, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value Nice quality. Glass is heavy and substantial. Carefull on lightbulb size. Mine were big and they stick out. November 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good Installs rough. This light makes a nice difference in our bathroom. The style fits perfectly with what we are trying to accomplish as we update. We were somewhat concerned with the "linen" finish on the light covers, but it looks great. I highly recommend the light, but the install, well, read on. Installation was problematic. There are two long bolts that hold it to the round wall plate. The bolts go in the same holes as the ones that hold the plate to the wall box so you can't use those holes to connect the plate to the box since the holes in the plate are threaded for the bolt. I ended up pulling the nails out of the wall box so I could rotate it. Luckily some of the slots on the supplied plate are at the same distance from the center of the plate as the threaded holes for the bolts that came with it so I could use them to fasten the plate to the rotated box. The bolts that come with the light are too long if you completely thread them to the plate. We discovered this after the fixture has been connected electrically so we had to take it back off, shorten the distance they screwed in and put it back up. There are two nuts that come with it that are meant to be used to tighten the bolt against the plate so the bolt won't turn when you tighten the cap over the light when you put it up. You could probably let the bolt turn as you screwed on the cap, but that idea made nervous. I want a solid connection. The directions do not show this nut in the drawing so you have to realize what it's for without help. This light fixture (3 light) is heavy. I wouldn't attempt to install it without a second person helping. The directions are the worst I've ever seen. No text, just pictures that don't show the nut. So, yes, buy it if you like it. Just be prepared for an install that is harder than most. October 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beautiful I had to pick vanity lights for 7 bathrooms, for a duplex I'm building (the first of several duplexes). I picked 4 different model vanity lights to compare for the next duplexes. I liked all of them, but this one is by far the best looking. (the 3-light vanity is cheaper than the 2-light, I think this is a HD pricing error, but I'm not complaining.) February 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful light and veyr modern My father put it in, but he said it was easy to install once we placed in a new stud to the wall, but beautiful light and very happy with the price. March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vanity lighting Not a lot of clean, attractive, non-frilly options out there at a reasonable cost. This hit the mark for me. An attractive complement to my contemporary bathroom. Installed with a dimmer switch - the range from dim to bright is exceptional. January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very High Quality Heavy weight glass shades and brushed nickel frame - much better than I was expecting for the price. January 16, 2015
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