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Minimalist Bare Bulb 5 Light Spider Pendant - Black Copper
With 1.5 Metre Braided Cloth Flex
Product Ref: 6342£59.99 inc VAT
A popular and interesting pendant with five lamp holders each on an individual flex yet fed from the same ceiling rose. The perfect combination of functionality and on-trend design following the current bare bulb style at a fantastic price!
All metal components are hand painted in a black copper finish with braided cloth flex. A truly desirable light fixture that is ready to install and includes the ceiling fixings for each lampholder.
Where you choose to hang each lampholder is up to you, keep them close together or spread them wherever you fancy. This fitting can be used with lamps hanging next to each other or suspended spread out with the supplied hooks.
Great as a feature light or incredibly useful when a spread of light is required without the hassle of installing individual fittings. Supplied with dark bronze ceiling rose lamp holders and black braided flex.
With each flex being fully adjustable in length (max 1.5 metres) and your choice of where to fit the suspension hoops.
The ceiling rose is 180mm in diameter and 24mm deep.
This product is supplied without lamps so you are free to pick what suits you. We have a very wide choice of decorative lamps that can be used on this pendant take a look here.
|Number Of Lamps||5|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||Installation Instructions|
How are these fixed to the ceiling?
How do you adjust the cord length?
Can this be used outdoor in the ceiling of a gazebo please?
Hi, the light was supplied with two fabric tubes about the same diameter of the black braid cord. What was their purpose?
can you advise the ceiling rose dimension please?