What kind of Kira Home Orbits 18″ 4-Light Modern Sphere/Orb Chandelier do you need?
UNIQUE, MODERN STYLE: This stunning, chic chandelier features a brushed nickel finish and is made up of adjustable, pivoting interlocking rings that surround the candle lamp holders. This piece is unique, well crafted and durable ENHANCE YOUR SPACE: Hang this bright, easy-to-install fixture in many indoor areas. Perfect over a breakfast nook, above a kitchen island or dining room table, or locations with high ceilings such as foyers or entryways. Dimmer sloped ceiling compatible UL LISTED FOR YOUR SAFETY: UL listed for dry locations. Uses 4 LED, CFL, or up to 60W incandescent Type B candelabra base bulbs. Bulbs sold separately DIMENSIONS: Chandelier: 20.75" H x 18" D , Canopy: 0.75" H x 5" D . Includes 72" of chain for desired hanging height. Minimum/Maximum: 26"-96" UNMATCHED QUALITY AND CUSTOMER CARE: Designed and supported in California. Quality, innovation, and attractive products are our motto. We provide a 1-year warranty when purchased from an authorized dealer. Shop with confidence
Do you know what is the superiority of this Kira Home Orbits 18″ 4-Light Modern Sphere/Orb Chandelier?
Main fixture includes 4 beautiful interlocking, free pivoting rings that come pre-built, allowing for easier assembly and is suitable in warm, classic or industrial settings
Candle-like design comes complete with candle collars and sleeves
Rings have unique, substantial 1/4″ thickness and stunning brushed nickel finish, while other products on the market use flat metal to form the rings
Customer reviewsBulbs are a pain, OCD folks might be bothered by rings
I love this light and I think it looks gorgeous - a true transitional piece that looks good in both traditional and modern settings. I removed a star because it doesn't include the bulbs and they are so specific about what will and will not work. They sent an email about that, but I was still confused as to what qualified as an appropriate LED bulb. All of them looked like they have a metal collar and I searched for over an hour to find what I hoped would work. I ended up buying some Edison bulbs. They still do have a small metal collar, so I'm not sure if they are quite right, but they do look beautiful and are working okay. I'm really confused about that, but I ended up looking for bulbs that had about 3 threads instead of 5 or 6, since that was the only difference I could see between the bulbs in their email. Given the bulb requirements, they really should consider including those with the light fixture in my opinion