This flexible oil-rubbed bronze finish wall or ceiling light fixture features four adjustable heads.More Details >
Brighten your home with this handsome wall or ceiling light fixture from Pro Track. A multi-directional track light that may be adjusted as needed. Canopy and downrods come in a handsome oil-rubbed bronze finish. With crackle-style amber glass.
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The first thing I really like is it uses standard medium (E26) socket, easier and cheaper to find the bulbs. Almost all other track lights use MR16 type bulbs which give narrower beams and cannot make use of the reflection from ceiling. Halogen MR16 bulb is ok as the back is usually allow some light leadking. LED MR16 will not work, as all of them have solid non-transparent back reflectors. Using standard E26 socket is the main reason I picked this lamp, or the reason I didn't consider others. I also like the glass shades, when it's off, it's yellowish color. When it turns on, it goes with what color of the light you use. It glows as white when I used 5000K bulb on it. I'm planning to use 4000K as it's installed for kitchen. Now, the negative parts. Even though it uses standard E26 socket, the lamp shades are short. So, if you use the most common A19 shape bulb, it will be might half inch longer than the shade. You can either to find smaller bulbs (which is not common for LED or CFL) or use incandescent bulb which they are clear so they will still look ok. But if you uses LED or CFL regular shape bulbs, those bulbs are usually in white glasses so they don't match well with the shade color when the light is off (not a problem when it's on, the shades will glow as the same color as the bulbs). Certainly, it wasn't designed at the time to be energy efficient to use LED or CFL. Using LED or CFL bulb has another major drawback. Those bulb are much heavier than incandescent light bulb. I tried some very good and well built CREE LED bulbs on it. No matter how tight I turned the holding screws, the shades couldn't stay in place if I just lightly pushed the fixture. With my 8ft ceiling kitchen, I much prefer to tilt the shades up to have more head room. Last is the finish of the lamp. While I like the glass shade, I don't really consider the fixture itself is "Bronze", it's just some cheap looking semi-gloss brown paint.
The lights are more yellowish than I thought. The fixture is very heavy, not trivial to install on the ceiling. I wanted to return it, but it was too much hassle to take it down. So I guess we will live with it. We bought the silver version of this light for our living room. It was much lighter and brighter as well.
Used as ceiling lights in family room. Provides great illumination.
These light fixtures are a very good value and are very attractive; They gave our kitchen an updated look. We were very pleased with the quality.
Bought it for a hallway. Really like the design and the adjustable lights, but finish was disappointing. It's described as "oil-rubbed bronze" finish & looks it in the photos--it's just dark brown, shiny paint. Also, the "crackle finish" on the globes is more like glued on sand that looks mottled and kind of dirty. Once installed, my husband said "it's ours now." Guess that means we're keeping it. Our 9-yr-old son thinks it's cool!
The fixture fit nicely and looked very nice except I had to return two. The first one because one of the posts coming from the plate on the ceiling was shorter than the other so the fixture was crooked. [...] The second came and one of the posts attached to one of the glass shades was crooked making that particular shade crooked. Again, it was returned[...] But twice was enough.
For those who disdain the contemporary "track light" appearance of some units, this vintage-style light bar is a rare find that will fit nicely into any "period" setting (from log cabins to Victorian-era decor). Although certainly not high-end, the construction is quite acceptable for most applications. I will order a second unit for direct lighting over our kitchen island to complement one used more decoratively in the open dining area. I would also recommend using the smaller "ceiling fan" bulbs for a better appearance and easier access. Very functional and stylish at a decent price.
I purchased this for my split stairwell to my basement. I have 2 bulbs aimed up one side of the stairwell, and 2 aimed down the other half. It is a very good solution for lighting up our otherwise dark stairwell. Ordered online - not pkg'ed so great, rec'd 2 broken domes - but getting replacements was not a problem. I would recommend purchasing bulbs that don't have any writing on them, as the bulbs are more exposed than I thought they would be and the brand and wattage written on each bulb cheapens the look of the fixture. Small fingers make changing bulbs much easier.
Great product for a kitchen update!
needs small light bulbs that won't stick out of the shade
was so happy to come across a ceiling mount vanity light fixture in my remodeled bath. also installed the 3 light fixture & they are exactly what i was looking for to complete the Old World decor
It was the only track light that was elegant, beautiful which didn't require halogen (HOT) lighting.
I used this fixture in my kitchen to light the stove and sink area.The individual lights can be pointed to a specific area.I used a dimmer switch for when I dont want the light so bright.This fixture is great looking and is close to the ceiling making the room look bigger.
Easy to install. I wish the lights had more range of motion to direct the light to different areas of the room. It gives great light and we added a dimmer switch.
Easy to install and is adjustable, looked good, regular size light bulbs stick out of shades.