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3-Light Polished Chrome Integrated LED Pendant with Clear Cube Glass

  • Crystal cubes and chrome accents add a glam, modern touch
  • Includes three integrated LED light bulbs, non-dimmable
  • Each cube can be individually adjusted to hang at varying heights
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Specifications

Dimensions

Canopy Height (in.)
2
Canopy Width (in.)
8
Chain Length (In.)
72
Fixture Depth (In.)
8
Fixture Height (In.)
7.2
Fixture Width (In.)
8
Maximum Fixture Hanging Length (In.)
80
Maximum Hanging Length (in.)
80

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Chandelier/Pendant Design
Crystal
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
81
Color Temperature
Bright White
Compatible Bulb Type
Integrated LED
ConnectionType
Hardwired
Damp/Wet Rating
Dry Rated
Features
Adjustable Hanging Length,Indoor
Fixture Color/Finish
Chrome
Fixture Color/Finish Family
Chrome
Fixture Material
Metal
Glass Shade Type
Clear glass
Hanging Device
Wire
Included
Hardware Included
Light Bulb Type Included
Integrated LED
Lumens
1037
Number of Lights
3 Lights
Product Weight (lb.)
2.9 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Shade Color Family
Clear
Shade Material
Glass
Shape
Cluster,Cube
Style
Modern
Watt Equivalence
75

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty

Product Overview

Home Decorators Collection
Measurement of a chandelier's base.
Adjustable hanging length.
A wire is used to hang this chandelier.
This chandelier can be used on a sloped ceiling.
This chandelier has 3 lights.
This pendant uses integrated LED and does not require bulbs.
This LED pendant emits a soft white light.
This pendant is 1037 lumens bright and equivalent to a 75-watt bulb.
This sparkling cluster of crystal cubes with polished chrome accents is a blend of marvelous contemporary design. The minimalist design will add sophistication to your home. Each crystal cube can be individually adjusted to hang at varying heights up to 80 in. Each crystal cube is illuminated by a 5-Watt LED.

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Light Bulb Type IncludedIntegrated LEDIntegrated LEDIntegrated LEDNo Bulbs Included
StyleModernModernContemporary,ModernModern
Number of Lights4 Lights3 Lights5 Lights3 Lights
Fixture MaterialSteelMetalSteelMetal
Glass Shade TypeClear glassClear glassClear glassClear glass
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Maximum Hanging Length (in.)66.98066.987.6
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Questions & Answers

42Questions36Answers

In order for this to dim, please advise if a regular / non LED light bulb can be used instead of ...

Asked by lovethelight July 16, 2018
5
Answers

No, this item is LED integrated and there are no bulbs to be used.

Why do the leds start blinking like strobe lights and wont stop? Tried reinstalling and that did not stop them. 2 nd one Ive purchased, same problem

Asked by Disappointed October 14, 2018
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Long read but WORTH the read. Failure Mode: When power applied via either of two 3-ways switches two LEDs would not light at all and the third flashes on and off like a strobe light. Note that there are NO dimmer switches used in my application. 1. I removed the 3 pendent LED light from ceiling and powered it up on bench, the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 2. I then replaced the original LED driver with the new LED driver thinking possible flaky connection inside the original LED driver module. After replacing the LED driver the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. (Note on bench powering: I powered the 3 pendent LED light with a plug that has about one foot of wire. The phase/power and neutral wires are stripped bare at end. I then used wire nuts to connect phase/power and neutral to 3 pendent LED light and then plugged in to wall outlet. 3. Since the 3 pendent LED light worked fine on bench I then reinstalled the 3 pendent LED light on ceiling box and same failure mode. The failure mode is two of three LEDs do not light and third strobes just as seen in attached video. 4. The 3 pendent LED light is powered through two 3-way switches. I replaced both switches and this did not correct the situation. 5. I then took the 3 pendent LED light down and powered on bench a third time and once again worked on bench. I could not duplicate the failure mode on the bench. 6. I then measured voltage at ceiling receptacle box, 122V. I connected a 120V bulb socket to phase/power and neutral wires in ceiling box and both a normal medium (E26) base 60 watt incandescent and13 watt LED bulb worked fine. 7. The next step was to divide and conqueror. I pulled the first switch in-line with regard to power feed from breaker box to 3 pendent LED light out of its box. I am nearly 100% sure the power, neutral and ground wire feeding this box is a direct run from breaker box. I connected the 3 pendent LED light to this first switch in-line. I removed the wire nut from the neutrals and connected the neutral from the 3 pendent LED light directly to the 3 neutral wires that were twisted tightly together using a jumper wire. I connected power on the 3 pendent LED light to the switch using a jumper wire and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 8. I then repeated this for the second switch in-line and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. I then ran a temporary power cord from the ceiling box where the 3 pendent LED light is normally connected and powered the 3 pendent LED light on while lying on the floor and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 9. With some trepidation I then decided to wire the 3 pendent LED light directly to the ceiling box and it is WORKING. Note that I did solder coat the power and neutral wires that feed the LED driver to allow for a better wire nut connection. Conclusion: It had to be a neutral connection issue but which one I am not sure. There must have been a very slightly loose or slightly corroded neutral somewhere with emphasis on slightly. The neutrals in the boxes where the switches located looked neatly and tightly twisted when I removed wire nuts. There is only one power and neutral connection in the ceiling box. The reason I conclude it had to be a neutral issue is that is this is the only connections I played with on the second day. The first day the neutrals were not disturbed except for neutral in ceiling box. That neutral was disturbed/used each time the 3 pendent LED light wired to ceiling box. Because that neutral was disturbed/used three different times it would be hard to believe ceiling neutral connection was the problem?? It is also difficult to believe that the neutral connections in boxes were the problem because they were twisted neatly and tightly. The LED driver design must be extremely sensitive to neutral connection. We already know that I measured 122 volts at the ceiling box and both a Medium (E26) Base incandescent and LED light both worked when wired to ceiling box. Hard for me to believe the 3 pendent LED light was malfunctioning due a poor neutral connection leading to current limitation issue. The incandescent light was 60 watt and would draw more power than the 3 pendent LED light. My best guess is some type of noise injection that the LED driver could not handle. Lousy design IMO. Recall I am not the only individual experiencing this strobe malfunction. I saw many similar complaints online. Weirdest electrical issue I ever encountered that I can recall. IMO this product should be subjected to recall with improved LED driver design lights replacing the recall product.

are these adjustable to less than 16 inch length?

Asked by sukiwool January 1, 2016
4
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Yes. We adjusted all of ours to accommodate the space.

Why can't this be on a led fed dimmer? If there is no transformer can you explain why. I really like this light but

Asked by Pete January 28, 2016
4
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There is an LED driver in the base that is dimmable in mine. The information about LED driver can be read off driver.

We need a way to dim this light, much to bright, please advise.

Asked by Lucky January 17, 2018
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Mine is dimmable, there is an LED driver in the base. Mine states dimmable. Just look at yours.

two of my lights don't turn on at all and the third is just flickering like a strobe light. Any suggestions?

Asked by StevenB April 16, 2017
3
Answers

Long but WORTH the read. Failure Mode: When power applied via either of two 3-ways switches two LEDs would not light at all and the third flashes on and off like a strobe light. Note that there are NO dimmer switches used in my application. 1. I removed the 3 pendent LED light from ceiling and powered it up on bench, the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 2. I then replaced the original LED driver with the new LED driver thinking possible flaky connection inside the original LED driver module. After replacing the LED driver the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. (Note on bench powering: I powered the 3 pendent LED light with a plug that has about one foot of wire. The phase/power and neutral wires are stripped bare at end. I then used wire nuts to connect phase/power and neutral to 3 pendent LED light and then plugged in to wall outlet. 3. Since the 3 pendent LED light worked fine on bench I then reinstalled the 3 pendent LED light on ceiling box and same failure mode. The failure mode is two of three LEDs do not light and third strobes just as seen in attached video. 4. The 3 pendent LED light is powered through two 3-way switches. I replaced both switches and this did not correct the situation. 5. I then took the 3 pendent LED light down and powered on bench a third time and once again worked on bench. I could not duplicate the failure mode on the bench. 6. I then measured voltage at ceiling receptacle box, 122V. I connected a 120V bulb socket to phase/power and neutral wires in ceiling box and both a normal medium (E26) base 60 watt incandescent and13 watt LED bulb worked fine. 7. The next step was to divide and conqueror. I pulled the first switch in-line with regard to power feed from breaker box to 3 pendent LED light out of its box. I am nearly 100% sure the power, neutral and ground wire feeding this box is a direct run from breaker box. I connected the 3 pendent LED light to this first switch in-line. I removed the wire nut from the neutrals and connected the neutral from the 3 pendent LED light directly to the 3 neutral wires that were twisted tightly together using a jumper wire. I connected power on the 3 pendent LED light to the switch using a jumper wire and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 8. I then repeated this for the second switch in-line and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. I then ran a temporary power cord from the ceiling box where the 3 pendent LED light is normally connected and powered the 3 pendent LED light on while lying on the floor and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 9. With some trepidation I then decided to wire the 3 pendent LED light directly to the ceiling box and it is WORKING. Note that I did solder coat the power and neutral wires that feed the LED driver to allow for a better wire nut connection. Conclusion: It had to be a neutral connection issue but which one I am not sure. There must have been a very slightly loose or slightly corroded neutral somewhere with emphasis on slightly. The neutrals in the boxes where the switches located looked neatly and tightly twisted when I removed wire nuts. There is only one power and neutral connection in the ceiling box. The reason I conclude it had to be a neutral issue is that is this is the only connections I played with on the second day. The first day the neutrals were not disturbed except for neutral in ceiling box. That neutral was disturbed/used each time the 3 pendent LED light wired to ceiling box. Because that neutral was disturbed/used three different times it would be hard to believe ceiling neutral connection was the problem?? It is also difficult to believe that the neutral connections in boxes were the problem because they were twisted neatly and tightly. The LED driver design must be extremely sensitive to neutral connection. We already know that I measured 122 volts at the ceiling box and both a Medium (E26) Base incandescent and LED light both worked when wired to ceiling box. Hard for me to believe the 3 pendent LED light was malfunctioning due a poor neutral connection leading to current limitation issue. The incandescent light was 60 watt and would draw more power than the 3 pendent LED light. My best guess is some type of noise injection that the LED driver could not handle. Lousy design IMO. Recall I am not the only individual experiencing this strobe malfunction. I saw many similar complaints online. Weirdest electrical issue I ever encountered that I can recall. IMO this product should be subjected to recall with improved LED driver design lights replacing the recall product.

can I change the transformer (driver) to a dimmable one

Asked by sparks April 6, 2016
3
Answers

Yes if you can get the replacement LED driver

What bulbs are used for this fixture

Asked by Enarsingh December 24, 2017
3
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The bulbs are LED and are included in the light fixture.

After installation by an electrician, the fixture was fine. Today, two of the the globes work (af...

Asked by light March 9, 2017
3
Answers

Long read but WORTH it. Failure Mode: When power applied via either of two 3-ways switches two LEDs would not light at all and the third flashes on and off like a strobe light. Note that there are NO dimmer switches used in my application. 1. I removed the 3 pendent LED light from ceiling and powered it up on bench, the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 2. I then replaced the original LED driver with the new LED driver thinking possible flaky connection inside the original LED driver module. After replacing the LED driver the 3 pendent LED light worked fine. (Note on bench powering: I powered the 3 pendent LED light with a plug that has about one foot of wire. The phase/power and neutral wires are stripped bare at end. I then used wire nuts to connect phase/power and neutral to 3 pendent LED light and then plugged in to wall outlet. 3. Since the 3 pendent LED light worked fine on bench I then reinstalled the 3 pendent LED light on ceiling box and same failure mode. The failure mode is two of three LEDs do not light and third strobes just as seen in attached video. 4. The 3 pendent LED light is powered through two 3-way switches. I replaced both switches and this did not correct the situation. 5. I then took the 3 pendent LED light down and powered on bench a third time and once again worked on bench. I could not duplicate the failure mode on the bench. 6. I then measured voltage at ceiling receptacle box, 122V. I connected a 120V bulb socket to phase/power and neutral wires in ceiling box and both a normal medium (E26) base 60 watt incandescent and13 watt LED bulb worked fine. 7. The next step was to divide and conqueror. I pulled the first switch in-line with regard to power feed from breaker box to 3 pendent LED light out of its box. I am nearly 100% sure the power, neutral and ground wire feeding this box is a direct run from breaker box. I connected the 3 pendent LED light to this first switch in-line. I removed the wire nut from the neutrals and connected the neutral from the 3 pendent LED light directly to the 3 neutral wires that were twisted tightly together using a jumper wire. I connected power on the 3 pendent LED light to the switch using a jumper wire and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 8. I then repeated this for the second switch in-line and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. I then ran a temporary power cord from the ceiling box where the 3 pendent LED light is normally connected and powered the 3 pendent LED light on while lying on the floor and 3 pendent LED light worked fine. 9. With some trepidation I then decided to wire the 3 pendent LED light directly to the ceiling box and it is WORKING. Note that I did solder coat the power and neutral wires that feed the LED driver to allow for a better wire nut connection. Conclusion: It had to be a neutral connection issue but which one I am not sure. There must have been a very slightly loose or slightly corroded neutral somewhere with emphasis on slightly. The neutrals in the boxes where the switches located looked neatly and tightly twisted when I removed wire nuts. There is only one power and neutral connection in the ceiling box. The reason I conclude it had to be a neutral issue is that is this is the only connections I played with on the second day. The first day the neutrals were not disturbed except for neutral in ceiling box. That neutral was disturbed/used each time the 3 pendent LED light wired to ceiling box. Because that neutral was disturbed/used three different times it would be hard to believe ceiling neutral connection was the problem?? It is also difficult to believe that the neutral connections in boxes were the problem because they were twisted neatly and tightly. The LED driver design must be extremely sensitive to neutral connection. We already know that I measured 122 volts at the ceiling box and both a Medium (E26) Base incandescent and LED light both worked when wired to ceiling box. Hard for me to believe the 3 pendent LED light was malfunctioning due a poor neutral connection leading to current limitation issue. The incandescent light was 60 watt and would draw more power than the 3 pendent LED light. My best guess is some type of noise injection that the LED driver could not handle. Lousy design IMO. Recall I am not the only individual experiencing this strobe malfunction. I saw many similar complaints online. Weirdest electrical issue I ever encountered that I can recall. IMO this product should be subjected to recall with improved LED driver design lights replacing the recall product.

Where can you get the replacement LED?

Asked by Sharon May 2, 2018
3
Answers

I don’t believe bulbs are replaceable. You would need to contact the manufacturer for replacement pieces (I think the entire pendant)

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Bought these in 2018 for over my sink. Has three year warranty. Barely used as I use sink mostly in daylight. Turned them in for about the tenth time since we bought them and they start blinking and will not stay on. Very disappointed since I really liked how they look. Tried calling Home Depot and referred me to specialized section. Since I cannot find the receipt (oh and only Home Depot sells this pendant as exclusive to them) there is nothing I can do! May have paid cash or used a credit for Home Depot for it I cannot remember. DO NOT BUY!!!
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I purchased a home Sept 11th and these lights were in the house and about a week ago one bulb st...
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I purchased a home Sept 11th and these lights were in the house and about a week ago one bulb started flashing then all of a sudden then all 3 bulbs went out on the right side and I need to know how to change the bulbs thanks
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This light was really easy to install and looks great over my kitchen sink.
This light was really easy to install and looks great over my kitchen sink.
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One LED is defective. If you turn it back on, sometimes, the remaining two bulbs flash.
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One LED is defective. If you turn it back on, sometimes, the remaining two bulbs flash.
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no replacement parts
This light is beautiful when all the lights work. 1 week and a light went bad and you have to replace the whole unit. I am not about to dismantle every time a light goes bad. Only when they fix that issue is when I will consider buying again.
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These were beautiful lights and the LED lasted almost 3 years. We have already had to replace th...
These were beautiful lights and the LED lasted almost 3 years. We have already had to replace the one (we bought two for the master bathroom over the vanity). The one “driver” went out on the one in December and we had to get it replaced, and now 4 months later the other one just failed. They are just not made to last. Does not meet expectation considering the cost of the light fixture (let alone the cost of two). Very disappointed.
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Response from Belair SupportApril 13, 2018
Hi Disappointed, we're really sorry to hear about the trouble you've encountered with this fixture. Please get in touch with us at QA@BelAir-Lighting.com at your soonest convenience to see how we can help resolve the situation.
Purchased fixture about 3 weeks ago. Eye catching and beautiful. Easy to assemble. Only thing I d...
Purchased fixture about 3 weeks ago. Eye catching and beautiful. Easy to assemble. Only thing I don't like is the lights do not work with my dimmer.
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My wife has been searching for weeks for the perfect lighting for our kitchen island.. she found ...
My wife has been searching for weeks for the perfect lighting for our kitchen island.. she found these and almost cried with joy
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Elegant lamp for the dining room
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These pendants are fully adjustable in length from 6 inches to two feet. Adjusting them is incredibly easy to do either before or after installation. The glass globes are surprisingly heavy and they distribute the light in an attractive manner. You may notice in the photo that the base is chrome and needs to be cleaned from fingerprints before you put away the ladder. One caution; I noticed the support screws are about .5 inch too long to mount the fixture flush to the ceiling. So I had to do a little trial and error to adjust them to the correct length before completing the installation. Wiring is easy and the light looks great when lit.
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This cubed crystal pendant light arrived quickly and was well packed. The crystal cubes are quite heavy and I needed a way to support their weight for installation in a suspended ceiling. A piece of 1 x 4 cut to 23-1/2" and laid across the ceiling tracks did the trick. I used a shallow "pancake box" so the box wouldn't stick out below the tile. Bundling and concealing the wires wasn't a problem since the canopy is quite deep. The lights are adjusted to length by simply pulling the cables through their individual collars. If you make one too short you can lengthen it again by pressing in on the brass colored collar while pulling to cable out. I had a problem screwing the cubes onto the pendants. The threads are fine and felt gritty. A drop of WD-40 solved that problem. I'm really pleased with the finished look of this fixture. The 5 watt, non-dimmable, LED's are brighter than expected and should last a lifetime. This fixture is a Home Depot exclusive and they offer a 3 year limited warranty.
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