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8-1/2 in. 150-Watt Aluminum Incandescent Light Fixture with Clamp

  • 6ft. cord for added reach
  • Ball joint clamp allows for easy positioning
  • Uses 150-watt bulbs (not included)
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Product Overview

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Clamp
Indoor
150 Watts
Cord Length is 6 feet
1 Year Warranty

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This 8-1/2 in. 150-Watt Aluminum Incandescent Light Fixture with Clamp is covered in a scratch resistant vinyl and includes an adjustable ball joint that holds the light securely to nearly any surface. Each clamp light can use up to a 150-Watt bulb (not included).

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Clamp
Indoor
150 Watts
Cord Length is 6 feet
1 Year Warranty

Illustrations may vary from actual product.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in)
6.8
Product Length (in)
8.25
Product Width (in)
8.25

Details

Bulb Type
Incandescent
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Electrical Tools Features
Built-in Clamp
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Material
Other
Number of Light Bulbs
1
Power Source
Plug-In
Product Weight (lb.)
0.694 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (watts)
150 W

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Will be responsible for any product defective out of factory issue

Questions & Answers

17Questions21Answers

What's the best bulb to use for this if I'm using it to highlight errors in my skim coating? Just...

Asked by Jes February 26, 2021
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I used a regular size bulb. A flood light would be too big (long) making the “bowl” part useless.

Can a PAR20 or PAR30 light bulb be used in this fixture?

Asked by Rose February 13, 2021
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Answer

According to UL, this item is regulated to use Type A Max. 150W Incandescent lamp.

Is the shade already attached? If so, can shade be removed?

Asked by Eeloie January 10, 2021
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Shade comes attached. It's a solid piece.

How do you stabilize the lamp hood.

Asked by Justagirl December 20, 2020
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Answer

The lamp holder should be connected to the reflector this will fix the rattling.Some bulbs will come to the front edge of the reflector but it will not protrude unless the lamp base is not connected to the reflector correctly.

Can this fixture be re-wired -- can the body of the socket be opened up?

Asked by Penelope December 22, 2019
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I have awesome experience work with them , i always buying them , in every single job to sand it , you can see better where you sand it , i learn it with my ex boss from Greece Alkis

Can 13watt led flood lights work in this item?

Asked by Rick August 30, 2019
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Answers

Yes. Bulb must have a standard (Edison) base.Same one that is used in house hold lights.

can i use LED light bulb with this ?

Asked by mimi August 9, 2019
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I have never tried an LED bulb in one of these lights. If the LED bulb is rated for a standard fixture. I would try it.

Can you use this with a heat bulb?

Asked by tbbax March 27, 2019
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It is rated for 100w max bulb. Any bulb that has higher watts will melt the plastic bulb holder. This will pose a shock/fire risk.

Do these take a bulb with an A21 bulb in the E26 base?

Asked by mark January 25, 2019
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Answers

Yes, this model takes a standard sized bulb.

Are tgese good to put outside in a goats pen to keep the babies warm?

Asked by Lsmrtnz January 5, 2019
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Answers

Yes. but it must be protected (the plastic lamp base)from any type of water .

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Customer Reviews

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When the LEDs went out on my self cut mirror...
When the LEDs went out on my self cut mirror I bought this as a replacement and it works great.
by Marcus
Works great clamp is solid. Using this for grow...
Works great clamp is solid. Using this for grow lights and the dome projects light well. Has really helped boost my LED grow light for my peppers!
by Glenn
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I love the 8 1/2 in. 150-watt Aluminum incandescent Light Fixture with Clamp! I really needed a l...
I love the 8 1/2 in. 150-watt Aluminum incandescent Light Fixture with Clamp! I really needed a light like this for my painting projects. This works great. I just clamp it onto my ladder and point the light to where I am painting. It swivels very easily and the clamp is very tight so holds in place. This is a great design, is lightweight and small to store. I highly recommend this product.
by Bella
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The clamp holds tight to anything you clamp it to. I was using it in the garage clipped upside d...
The clamp holds tight to anything you clamp it to. I was using it in the garage clipped upside down to provide spot lighting and it just stayed there, solid. The head can be swiveled any which way so that you can point the light to where you need it. I use an LED bulb so that there is no heat produced and he aluminum shade won't heat up. Cord is about 3 feet long but can be used with an extension cord. The clamp is also easy to open with one hand when attaching it to something.
by MB
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GREAT, for our BEARED DRAGON Enclosure!! I'm IMPRESSED with this...
GREAT, for our BEARED DRAGON Enclosure!! I'm IMPRESSED with this PRODUCT!!!!
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Standard clamp light fixture. I use them for everything from...
Standard clamp light fixture. I use them for everything from grow lamps to attic lighting.
by TonyinIdaho
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The aluminum reflector attachment point is too loose (very insecure)....
The aluminum reflector attachment point is too loose (very insecure). On about half of the 16 that I bought the reflectors will no longer attach and are now dangling over the lightbulb which is the only thing holding them on. That makes them trickier to point in the direction you want and less efficient at directing light since the reflector ends up leaning on the bulb instead of centered around the bulb where it is designed to be.
by Steve
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