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Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2021
This is a really cool fixture and I’m excited to use it to complete my design idea. As far as the instructions go, they are the easiest because those pictures are difficult to see, but I’m here to help you!
First, you want to open all your packages and ensure you have all your hardware and dangly bits.
Remove the long black pieces (#6) from the hardware bag. These pieces, coupled with the black caps (#7), will “pinch” the dangly bits to create tension and keep them from slipping from the base You don’t want to assemble this any other way or your dangly bits will be hanging loosely, held together only by a wire cap (#10), thus creating a dangerous fire hazard!!
Hold one long black piece (#6) and insert the short threaded end into the base from the outside. You want the short threaded end of the long back piece (#6) to insert into the base from the outside so the small lip on the long black piece (#6) catches on the base.
From the inside of the base, place a crimped washer (#3) and a bolt (#4) onto the threaded portion of the long black piece (#6) and hand tighten the bolt. Do this for all your holes that will have a dangly bit. At this point, your fixture should look like picture A on the inside and B on the outside.
Now, if you want to attach the dangly bits to the ceiling all spider-like, you’ll want to add the ceiling attachments (#8) to each wire and secure them. I didn’t use mine so I didn’t include pictures.
Once you have the ceiling attachments on your wires, place a black cap (#7) on each wire with the pointy end pointing in the direction of the bulb housing and the large end closest to the exposed wires. See picture C.
Now poke the wires up through each of the long black pieces (#6) and hand tighten the black caps (#7) to create tension on the wires.
Adjust the length of each dangly bit to your liking and wire your fixture according to the remainder of the directions. Congratulations! Your dangly light is done!!