Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LudmilaK Good buy on a budget
Looks awesome for the price. The shade are plastic but overall appearance give modern and clean look. Assembly instructions not included that makes job more complicated than it should. Had to do some modifications due to our electrical setting.
July 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sssss Decent Light
It has plastic shades that are a little out of round at the bottom, but for $50 it's ok. I think they're a universal size, so I could get other shades at some point. There seem to be a lot of complaints about the installation, but if you're mechanically/electrically inclined, you can figure it out fairly easily. I like the appearance, and think it gives my table a nice look overall.
May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JohnnyB A waste of money!!!
I was first shocked at the cheap plastic shades, but I figured ok it was the lowest priced pool table light, I can live with the shades until I get the time to replace them. Then when I went to hang the fixture it contains nothing to mount to the ceiling. and the 2 included canopies that you can't secure to the ceiling are not big enough to cover a standard fixture box. So the pool table light is still sitting on the floor in the spare bedroom, where it will probably remain until I get tired of looking at it and throw it away. Very cheaply made and disappointing.
September 19, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dussy Damaged upon receipt and sufficiently replaced by Home Depot
After my satisfactory replacement by Home Depot the light met my expectations. Without installation experience the light will likely require professional attention: i.e., ceiling mounting brackets and an electrician. However, I had no problem.
January 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Daddyoh Excellent pool table lighting value.
Very good value. It arrived in 2 days instead of a week, right on my birthday! This product cannot be beat for an economical 8 ft. pool table lighting choice. The most time spent in installation is getting it centered over the table. A second person is really needed to help. Give good consideration on the type of bulbs you use.
June 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DMan3 Ok for the money
I had to remove the cord and put on a different cord. They had a on - off switch halfway up the length of the cord. Since the light is suppose to be a hanging light I felt the cord should have been laced up through the chain on one side of the lamp. Since most suspended lamps are going to be controlled by a wall switch, the switch they have on it is worthless, just extra work. That's the reason I gave the 1 star for ease of installation, I had to cut that all off and go out and buy and install the proper cord.
February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Patrick WOW!!!
This is a great deal looks and works great and very easy to set up,I highly recommend this product for the price and the style.
June 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by G123 Looks nice and good value
The shades on it are very big (14" diameter). I did realize that when I ordered it. It does look in proportion when used with a full size pool table. Just something to keep in mind if you are using it somewhere else. The price is good in comparison to other lights I looked at. Also, the color selections are a plus. The only complaint I have is the weird cord it has. It has a 3 wire cord with a switch molded into it a little less than a foot out of the light. There is also a pull chain switch on the fixture. The light is meant to be hung with the chains and canopies supplied with the light. The canopies have a tube that goes through the center of them like a lot of fixtures do. But there is no way to put the cord through the tube. There is a plug on one end and even if you disconnect the cord at the fixture, the switch molded onto the cord prevents you from feeding it through from the other end. I installed it in a room where we have a suspended ceiling, so I wanted a clean look and didn't want a cord stretched across the ceiling, so I cut off the molded on switch and fed the cord through the canopy and tube, then wired it back into the fixture (there was enough cord to do this). The cord then follows with the chain and isn't conspicuous. The other thing I noticed in the process of doing this is that even though it has a 3 prong cord, the ground wire was just cut off inside the fixture. It wasn't even used. I did ground it when I reconnected it. I think they should just put a cord on without the molded on switch. The pull chain switch on the end of the fixture serves the purpose and looks better too.
March 4, 2014