|Item Weight||13.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||47.2 x 2 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||P8027-084|
|Assembled Height||4.25 inches|
|Assembled Length||47.25 inches|
|Assembled Width||2 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Lights||4|
|Included Components||Unit as described|
|Specific Uses||General Purpose|
|Fixture Features||Easy to Install|
|Type of Bulb||Xenon / Krypton|
George Kovacs P8027-084, Counter Weights, 6 Light Chandelier, Brushed Nickel
|Price:||$346.50 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Removing existing chandelier, but not mounting box
- Mounting and wiring 1 customer-supplied chandelier
- Adjusting chandelier height as needed
- Assembly not included in estimate
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- Kick back and only pay when the job is done
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- Short Description - 6 light low Voltage island light
- Upc - 870540003041
- Brought to you by George Kovacs
- Finish - Brushed nickel
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|Number of Light Sources||4||6||4||6||5||5|
|Style Name||Modern||Art Deco||Modern||Modern||—||Contemporary|
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The bad part:
(1) It took us about 4 hours to assemble and hang this fixture. The cost of our labor exceeded the price of the fixture.
(2) The one page `instruction manual' is a terse hybrid of Chinese/English; e.g., "Avoid Child Swing!" presumably means "do not allow children to swing from chandelier". (The fixture is manufactured in China, presumably the instruction page was written there as well.) The diagrams are very low-resolution. For example, you will need to infer that the little black square is a set-screw. Even though we are handy (e.g., we wired our own home including the service panel) assembling this light was a frustrating exercise.
(3) The back panel (upper-most part of this fixture) that attaches to the ceiling electrical box would be greatly improved if it were more rigid. We added a stiffening bar rather than opt to use two sheetrock anchors - a good decision when we were later forced to rotate box about 5 degrees to compensate for a misalignment of parts (see section 7 below).
(4) The instructions direct you to "loosen" a screw when they really mean "remove" screw. Elsewhere they say to back-out a hex screw, and show such in diagram, but fail to mention (or show) that there are two screws that need to be removed.
(5) Getting the wires cut to the correct length so that the light-bar AND counter-weight are both parallel to counter was an iterative process.
(6) This fixture uses six bi-pin "G4" xenon bulbs. Bi-pin bulb sockets are notoriously unreliable. Sure enough, one socket forms intermittent contact with bulb's pins and bulb occasionally fails to light. The 20-watt bulbs get very hot.
(7) Despite using a laser level to `perfectly' align the ceiling-mounted base to be parallel to the island counter, the light was visibly misaligned. This due to an odd design that has the two supporting wires (that are also electrical conductors) attached to opposite rails in an asymmetric fashion. While this makes electrical sense, it could have been done differently, eliminating the misalignment of the rails relative to the base.
After all this work, we just pray that the fixture holds up.
I do have to say that it took my husband and a friend quite a while to get it installed including the cables adjusted to the correct length... but now it's perfect.