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Kichler Pacific Edge 10 1/2" Bronze Ceiling Light

- Style # V9133
$170.00
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A modern transitional style ceiling light aglow with satin etched cased opal glass.

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Kichler Pacific Edge 10 1/2" Bronze Ceiling Light
Kichler Pacific Edge 10 1/2&quot; Bronze Ceiling Light
Kichler Pacific Edge 10 1/2&quot; Bronze Ceiling Light
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This impressive ceiling light fixture blends contemporary style with traditional lighting inspiration. The satin etched opal glass diffuser is enhanced by smooth lines and handsome architectural bronze finish of the flushmount frame. A tasteful choice for your ceiling space from Kichler.

  • 10 1/2" wide x 6 1/4" high.
  • Uses one maximum 100 watt standard-medium base bulb (not included).
  • A Kichler Pacific Edge Collection porch ceiling light.
  • Cast aluminum construction. Architectural bronze finish. Satin etched cased opal glass.
  • Damp location rated only for use on covered porches or patios. Can also be used indoors.

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compatible with old house
Greta B on Aug 16, 2018
compatible with old house
Greta B on Aug 16, 2018
can you use it upside down to place it on top of an outdoor
post?
hanna y on Jun 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, it will not work for your application. The unit is not wet location rated and it cannot be placed onto a post as this unit gets mounted onto a standard 4" electrical box.
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nice light but a total pain to install
There is a lot of insulation in the top of the lamp. this makes it impossible to determine where the screws are supposed to enter while y ou're holding the lamp up with one hand and trying to feel around with the other. On day two, i removed the insulation (I was planning on using LED's anyway). On day 3 i thought maybe i could just WIRE the [...] thing up there. on day i figured i'd do some cauling so i could feel where the holes WERE PLUS i replaced the stupid little screw caps with wingnuts. FINALLY GOT IT INSTALLED. I was thinking before i installed it that i would get a second one for the bathroom. NO WAY I'M GOING THROUGH THAT AGAIN
December 24, 2017
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