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10 in. Sun Tunnel Tubular Skylight with Rigid Tunnel and Pitched High Density Flashing

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  • Provides additional natural light to your room
  • Reflective detail of the tunnel provides a bright, white light
  • Seamless construction provides waterproof results
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Product Overview

VELUX Sun Tunnel tubular skylights are a great way to brighten any space with energy-efficient natural light. Perfect for interior rooms like bathrooms, laundry rooms and hallways. The THR tubular skylight has rigid tubing and its pitched high density flashing provides the optimum angle for gathering light from all directions.
  • Lights a room up to 200 sq. ft. and is ideal for smaller spaces
  • Adjustable pitch adapter allows for a faster installation and more light
  • Flexi loc tunnel connection system allows easy installation of tubing without the use of screws, reducing time on the project
  • Seamless high density flashing for watertight installation
  • Designed to be installed on shingles or other low profile roofing materials
  • Rigid 99% reflective tunnel provides brighter, whiter light in any application
  • 48 in. of tunnel are included in the kit, which is comprised of 2-adjustable elbows and one 24 in. extension
  • Pre-assembled ceiling ring with diffuser to spread the light
  • California residents

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Product Width (in.)23.2524.752929
Skylight Mounting TypeSelf FlashedSelf FlashedSelf FlashedSelf Flashed
Product Height (in.)48489648
Tunnel TypeRigidRigidFlexRigid
Features Light TransmittalImpact Resistant,Light Transmittal,Severe Weather ReadyLight Transmittal
Glass Type PlasticPlasticPlastic
Tunnel Material AluminumPolyesterAluminum
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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 88% recommend this product
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I specified a solar tube style skylight to be added to my main bathroom which has no natural light (no window) and was always dark until a light was turned on. This 10" Velux is amazingly bright on sunny days and does well on overcast days. This photo is from an overcast day and still lights the room. It also does not collect moisture when showering but I do have an exhaust fan with light but the mirror will fog even with the fan on.
by Ponyprez
Rechargeable batteries not Impressive
We had two rigid Velux sun tunnels installed in February. The interior work took a couple more months and the batteries were installed in one sun tunnel in May and the second sun tunnel in late October. The sun tunnels provided great light during the evening but the batteries in both sun tunnels failed by mid November. Very unsatisfied with this. The ceiling is 14’ high and having to change out with new batteries so soon is not what we expected.
by Peggy
Response from Customer ServiceDec 1, 2020
We are sorry to hear you experienced issues with your Solar Night Lights. The batteries utilized in the Solar Night Lights are designed to recharge via solar power, which should prevent the requirement for battery replacement. Please contact our Technical Support Team at 1-800-888-3589 with additional details, so we can better assist you with an appropriate solution. We appreciate your review and hope to turn your three star experience into a five star experience!
14 tunnels in! And a question...
Ok, I have gone sun tunnel crazy! Have an unusually large single floor house and have put in 14 sun tunnels with 6 or 7 to go. Am in love with the light! One thing is driving me crazy...it is extremely difficult to get the clear ceiling covers off before install, then back n after install. I see that there a seal and it seems to make the covers impossible to get on. Any tips or tricks? I'm killing my grip and am on high ladders for some (not great footing). When unboxing I've figured out that I need to break the seal all around by gently pulling cover away from ring before trying to remove. Any tips to help would be appreciated...have so many to get up and on. Once this is done I'll be good to go and an extremely happy customer!
by rmdpdx
Sun Tunnel Skylight are Great
We had Three 10 inch VELUX Sun Tunnel Skylight installed on Monday 10/19/20, one in the kitchen, two in the living room. They have truly added light to the rooms which was a great improvement for the area.
by Horatiotdh
First, the good news. The sun tunnel is stylish and very bright. Now, the bad news. It is a royal...
First, the good news. The sun tunnel is stylish and very bright. Now, the bad news. It is a royal pain to install if the roof hole is offset from the ceiling hole, which is almost always the case. In order to change direction you have to rotate the wedge-shaped segments to adjust the angle of the elbow. For example, if you rotated the wedges so that all of the wide sides were lined up on the same side it would form a 90 degree turn. The problem is that the seams in the segments are WAY TOO TIGHT and just don't want to turn. There is nothing to grab onto because it is a slippery thin cylinder of metal, which is easily bent and ruined. I spent as many hours trying to adjust the elbows as I spent doing the rest of the installation. My solution was to rip a couple of wood sticks about 1/4" x 1/2" that could fit through a pair of opposing slots where the clips attach. Then, with the elbow detached from the other pieces, I put one stick through the slots in the upper segment and one in the lower segment. (Click on image.) I could then grab each stick in the middle and twist the segments where I wanted them. It still wasn't easy to turn them but the extra torque made it possible and the sticks didn't distort the cylinder like trying to do it with bare hands would do. Also note that to really seal the tunnel up to air, dust, and water you should tape the vertical seams and the seams in the elbows (unlike what is shown in the product picture). I recommend this product only if you have a lot of patience and a very minimal offset between the roof hole and ceiling hole.
1 person found this helpful
Nice product, poor packaging
Ordered two of these unitsa couple months ago, have been sitting in the garage waiting for the weather to improve before cutting into the roof. Just recently opened the boxes only to find that both had been damaged in transit to Home Depot. The boxes are both intact, however, the lenses are not secured in the box. One has a scratched up roof lense from slapping around in the box against the flashing (wrapped in thin plastic bag, no padding), the other made a large dent in the two foot tube section and may not be usable. The product itself seems like a nice unit, but someone really dropped the ball in packaging.
by Ad98663
I can see the light
I was in the dark until I had two sun tunnels installed last week.
by Pamela
Love the light
My hallway is like a cave, buried in the center of the house. My friend has a similar floor plan but has two solar tubes they are so effective I constantly was trying to turn off the lights when I exited the hall. Now I have the same experience but have learned not to try to turn off the lights when exiting. Now after 12 years of having a cave I have bright light in it. Also got the solar powered LED night light feature. Previously when having company had to suggest the leave lights on so they could see at night, now the hall looks like moon light. Very pleased.
by plss
These are very nice, but the installation is not easy. My neighbors and I had 8 of these installe...
These are very nice, but the installation is not easy. My neighbors and I had 8 of these installed a week ago and our installer really worked his tail off to get these finished in 2 days. Not easy to do in our condos but the results are terrific. When the sun shines it's like having bright lights on. We also needed to pick up 2 foot extensions for each one, as the package only has one 2 foot extension plus the ends for a maximum total of 4 feet, which is not much from the roof to the ceiling.
by Bob50
2 people found this helpful
Happy to have more natural light.
We had three sun tunnels installed by a five star installer. Cost of the project was just shy of $5000. Wish I would have investigated a bit more before proceeding. The trim rings allow you to see the four mounting screws. Called customer service and they said someting about white tape to cover the screws. The highest unit is about 15 feet in the air and has about 9 dead bugs in it. Thought these would have been sealed better. I have not removed them yet because now I need to buy a 12 foot step ladder to service this unit. We had a electric light install in another and it is a florescent buld with an odd base connector. The contractor removed an existing can light and tossed the fixture into the attic while using it as a junction box. Not sure I would call that upto code or expected of a five star installer. The trim rings are also difficult to remove as there is not much to grip onto to rotate the ring off.
by Pruhnke
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