|Chain Length (In.)||48 in||Fixture Depth (In.)||7 in|
|Fixture Height (In.)||6 in||Fixture Width (In.)||7 in|
|Maximum Fixture Hanging Length (In.)||48 in||Maximum Hanging Length (in.)||48 in|
|Mounting Deck Height (in.)||1.6 in||Mounting Deck Width (in.)||8.25 in|
|Chandelier/Pendant Design||Shaded||Compatible Bulb Type||CFL, Incandescent, LED|
|Connection Type||Hardwired, Plug-In||Damp/Wet Rating||Dry Rated|
|Features||Adjustable Hanging Length, Assembly Required, Dimmable, Indoor||Fixture Color Family||Bronze|
|Fixture Color/Finish||Brushed Bronze||Fixture Material||Metal|
|Glass Shade Type||Frosted glass||Hanging Device||Wire|
|Included||Adjustable Height, Downrod Included, Hardware Included, Sloped Ceiling Adaptor||Light Bulb Base Code||E26|
|Light Bulb Type Included||No Bulbs Included||Maximum Bulb Wattage||75 W|
|Maximum Wattage (watts)||0||Number of Lights||1 Light|
|Product Weight (lb.)||1.85 lb||Recommended Light Bulb Shape Code||A19|
|Returnable||90-Day||Shade Color Family||Beige/Bisque|
|Certifications and Listings||SGS Certified||Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
A: I have 6 of these in my living room. It has a vaulted ceiling. We have them adjusted in length so they hang down evenly across the room. 3 1/2', 2 1/2' and 1' lengths on the cord. The shade is approx 7" wide and 7 " tall, They look good in the open room. Your hall looks like it has an 8' ceiling so it would have to be put up shorter and looking at mine I honestly think the cord would have to be too short. (Allowing for door swing too) Although It would work. These install easily. You wrap the cord around the white holder, screw it into the light socket, and then push up the cover and then screw the small holder onto the cover to hold it in place. I did find other items when I was researching for mine that were Beautification rings that clip onto the existing and some that looked like decorative globes. I have had mine for a couple of years and really like them. Best wishes
A: This fixture is not too small for an entrance hallway. That’s exactly where we installed it, at the entranceway of our front door in the foyer. It is the perfect size for such a space.
A: From what I can tell in the photo, I think it would work well there. You can adjust the drop by simply winding the cord on the supplied spool inside the housing at the ceiling.
A: It could be used in an entryway that has higher ceilings and more enclosed. We love our pendants. We opted to put them over our island.
A: Yes, it will cover the standard size for recessed can lights. However, seal it with clear silicone sealant so it will stay in place.
A: Ed - This kit is to convert an existing ceiling recessed can light into a pendant light. The advantage is that you can make this conversion yourself without hiring an electrician. Please look at the attached document. First, you need to remove the light bulb from the existing can light. Then I had to also remove a metal ring that was around the can light. Once you do that, you expose the electric socket that the light bulb screws into. The end marked on the picture just screws into the existing socket. Then you need to adjust the length of the cord to whatever fits best for you. Then you move the canopy up to the ceiling to cover the hole and tighten the nut below it. insert your bulb and you are done! This will not cover a 7 inch hole. Are you sure that the hole is actually 7 inches, or is that the diameter of the existing ceiling recessed light with the ring?
A: It simply screws into an existing can light fixture. Simple.
A: Yes, the glass shade can be changed out. However, please remember that these shades need to be light in weight. The pendant light and shade are hanging from where the light bulb normally goes in the ceiling. If you use a heavier shade, it is likely to pull the electrical receptacle out
A: Yes. I changed mine.
A: They screw into the can light, so as long as it is braced it should be fine.
A: you would need to have the pod lights to utilize this pendant light.
A: I feel that that it would be to heavy for a drop ceiling.
A: In my opinion, they could be used on a drop ceiling. They are not heavy - they can't be because they are hanging only from the fixture where the bulb screws in. If it was heavy, then it would pull the fixture loose.
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