Very easy to install. I think the trick to not break any of the clips is to leave the clips loose enough to spin them by hand. I didn't break any but heard it was an issue with others.
We are in the process of adding many new attachments for our pole. They will be up soon.
YES. HAVE 10FT CEILINGS. WORKS VERY WELL. HAVE NOT TRIED ON CANDLE LIGHT BULBS. I HAVE RECESSED LIGHTING AND OTHER LED SMALL BULBS. DOES FINE.
…INITIAL REVIEW: Replaced a 25 year old fluorescent fixture on garage ceiling, in the middle of three connected in series. (Has two Romex wires from ceiling, one in, one out. …Attached to the ceiling with a couple of drywall screws, don't need a toggle or anchor. 2) Great Light!…
This light mounts flush with the ceiling and is very lightweight. It does not come with a cord but you can punch out the side plate and hook up a cord with bare wires on one end and plug on the other to the internal wiring which then can be plugged into a receptacle.
If you mount the fixture directly to the ceiling, the entire unit will fit within 3 inches below the ceiling. We replaced 4, four-feet-long florescent lights, each had 4 bulbs, with 4 of these. They are brighter and noiseless. I hope this helps.
You can get little adhesive dots from Stauber called salvage sticky pads for tough jobs like this. You put them on the cup and press the bulb on securely (either the one you're holding or the one in the ceiling socket). As long as there is enough bulb surface for the sticky pads to grab, you should be fine.
This thing is great! I unscrewed the handle from a cheap floor brush and this screwed right on. Great suction on all the br30 and br40 bulbs that I changed to LED; no problems with slipping or detaching. I was dreading getting out the ladder, but with this I was able to just stand on a chair.
Yes - exactly that. My ceiling wasn't that high....but i put this on a broomstick and climbed a ladder. It worked like a charm.
My ceiling is about 9 feet, and it reaches those lights great!
It's great for cleaning cobwebs out ceiling can lights
Yes, as long as the threads are the same it should. I use it on can lights on May 10 foot ceiling can lights.
They work great on my 10 foot ceiling
Yes, it comes with little metal clips that mount the light to the ceiling.
…Just nicely dressed the light’s electrical cord to the outlet and wireless receiver and placed this really lightweight light on the ceiling of the closet and WOW, never fumble around blindly in the closet again.…
I put 4 in the ceiling of a box truck, so far they are holding up fine, I did have to put in a small power inverter to power them , but I use that for the on/off switch
As safe as any other 120v light fixture as far as I can tell. Although I do have some concerns about how well the provided wiring/cables will hold up over time. There does not seem to be any way to use standard Romex house wiring with these fixtures. But with that said, I installed mine as ceiling lighting in my garage and am very pleased with them.