|Item Weight||5.45 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||11.1 x 10.5 x 5.2 inches|
|Item model number||LEMDW68|
|Color||10 Head Cable 180cm/70.9inch Each|
|Number of Lights||10|
|Type of Bulb||blub|
Fuloon Vintage Edison Multiple Ajustable DIY Ceiling Spider Lamp Light Pendant Lighting Chandelier Modern Chic Industrial Dining With Remote Control (10 head cable 180cm/70.9inch each)
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- Easy to operate by Remote Control
- All Wires has finished threading. You will save lots of energy and time when installing the lamp.
- Lamp Type: E26 (Light Bulb is not included)
- Size: 10 head cable 180cm each
- Adjustment: the lamp body diameter height can be adjusted freely
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Size: 10 head cable 180cm each
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Material: Metal Base and Plastic
Lamp Type: E26 (Light Bulb is not included)
Remote Control (Included)
Wattage per Bulb: Max 40W
Ceiling plate Diameter: 20cm
Input voltage: 110V,220V
Remote Control Battery: 12V 23A
Application: Living room/bedroom/hotel project
Adjustment: the lamp body diameter height can be adjusted freely
1 X Ceiling Lamp Set (Light Bulb is not included)
1 X Remote Control (The battery is not included)
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- I thought the remote was stupid and actually removed it from the unit and wired directly. I prefer a wall dimmer and the remote is just another piece of junk to be lost a year from now. I suggest the manufacturer remove all together and reduce the price.
- The internal wire is not very heavy. For carrying that much current, I would think something heavier would be in order
- As mentioned by someone else, the wires themselves in the plastic are not heavy enough to hang nicely. They should be ideally more of a metal sheath or chain. The lamp looks nice but the wires don't hang uniformly and you can see kinks from being wrapped up in box. I will probably use a heat gun to soften them and get them to hang better.
So on hanging it, people complained a lot about it being hard to put up so I pondered how. I wanted the light to hang uniformly so each lamp to be 36 degrees off the other to form uniform spacing. I hung the main lamp and let the webs just hang down. I picked up 2 pieces of poster board from an office store and taped them together to make a large surface area. I then created a template of a circle divided into 10 pieces from searching google for an image. You can make in excel too if you want. I downloaded the image, blew it up to fit a 8x10 sheet with max coverage and printed it out. This gives you a circle about 7" in diameter
I then cut the image out, taped it to the center of the poster board and used a yard stick to extend it to the edge of the board. After that I cut out the middle of the poster board along the line of the original little 7" circle. I then fed the web arms through the hole and used tape to stick it to the ceiling. From there I used the yard stick to mark spots for mounting the light hangers at equal distance from the edge of the lamp.
After that, I used 2 sided tape to stick each web wire to check placement. Looked perfect so I screwed everything in. All in all, install took a couple of hours and using the above method, no "oh crap" moments.