Offset Pendant Accessory
A Simple Solution to Move your Lighting
Product Ref: 5611£19.15 inc VAT
This is an accessory that may save you time and money... Have you ever had a situation where the existing lighting in your space is in the wrong place? Housebuilders are convinced they know best when installing light points but often their ideas do not always match your own.
Moving the housing wiring can be troublesome and expensive and leaves many thinking they have to move the furniture to match the light positions. We have a solution and it is a solution that is quick and easy:
The existing wiring ceiling rose does not have to be moved. Re-route the flex through this accessory and fix, i.e. over a table. If you need longer flex to achieve this why not consider one of our colourful pendant fittings?
The maximum diameter for the flex to fit is 7mm.
No fixing screws are supplied - Choose an appropriate fixing for the weight and location of your installation.
This is not a listing for a pendant light.
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How much weight can this hold? I have a ceiling hang lamp that is 2,4 Kg.
If screwed into the appropriate support above. What weight can this support please?
What is the fixing like for this? Can I fit a 600 mm louis Paulson Patera pendant light which weighs 7.3 kg.
I’m unable to match the photos to the colour descriptions with 100% confidence. I want the very dark unpainted item. Could you please tell me what this is called?
I am looking to temporarily raise the pendants over my dining table, because we sometimes move the table out of the way to host parties and wouldn’t want people to bang their heads into the low pendants. Would the accessory achieve this?
Will it glue/stick to a conservatory?
Is this a pack of one?
Does this work for standard plastic coated light flex, or is it just for fabric coated flex?
I'm just wondering what the maximum weight of the light fitting is that can be used with this accessory?
What is the max diameter of the cable to fit through the offset pendant opening?
how much weight can this take? my lamp is 3kg, will this be strong enough to hold it?
How do I fix the offset pendant accessory to a ceiling made of plasterboard?
Does this support (take the strain) off the ceiling rose. I have a large metal pedant light.
Do you have a photo of it undone so I can see how to fix it?
Unable to undo the offset pendant accessory. Any tips?
Does this come with screws and plugs for mounting?
Does it also have a min/max cable size requirement?
Hi - I was looking at buying one of your large Jogg chandelier's and think this might solve me needing to re-wire from the existing ceiling rose. Wondered if this effectively held the weight of the chandelier though and if so whether it would be strong enough to hold a larger light such as the jogg? Thanks