What kind of Modern Contemporary K9 Crystal Chandelier Pendant Ceiling Lighting Fixture do you need?
Chandelier Size: 24.6 inches diameter x 66.7 inches height Chain 39.4 inches, Adjustable Light Source:Ten 10 40-60watt candelabra E12 bulbs,bulb not included.The perfect combination of Drum Shape and Sparkling Top grade Glass crystal make this lighting fixture elegant and Luxury Design: With thick metal lamp body, K9 crystal is crystal clear, strong light transmission,High quality metal chandelier suction cup top mounted on the ceiling ,Chain can be adjusted,luxurious atmosphere.This chandelier combines classic and contemporary elements with eye-catching results, constructed using only high quality materials to ensure your product is built to last, definitely worth it Suggested Room Fit: Need to assemble,Dining Room,Living Room,Kitchen,Foyer,Hallway. Chandelier Lighting is a gorgeous ceiling lighting fixture which is far more stunning than the picture. Solidly built with superior quality materials -- first-class crystal brightly Iron steel, the modern contemporary chandelier pendant lamp quality is guaranteed. Sales Service Ship within 1-2 business days from the US, 100 high quality, US Seller,Buy with confidence One year warranty for crystal parts. Free extension chain provided upon customer requirement. The light is high quality, , with 100 satisfaction guaranteed
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Customer reviewsLooks great but was a pain to assemble
Now that it's over I am pleased with the result but it took far longer to assemble than I planned. The frame itself goes together fairly easily. There are 10 arms that bolt onto a center piece. Each arm houses a single light. When I got that part assembled I thought to hang it and then attach the crystals. That was a bad idea. There are hundreds of these crystals in about 10 bags. Some are strands of 3, 4,5 ,7 etc. You have to sit and attach the larger crystals to the strands and then attach those to various points on the frame using these little wire circles that work like keyrings. In my case, I hung it and one of the sockets failed to light up. Important note - you should test it before you hang it by inserting the 2 wires into an extension cord and then plugging it in. That way if there is an issue you don't have to take it back down. Luckily, I had not hung all those crystals when I found the problem so taking it back down was fairly easy. Inside the fixture you have to grab all 10 wires and get them into a wire nut. It's easy for 1-2 to not get connected. When I did get them all connected and tested it I tripped a breaker. At first I thought that it was user error but some testing with an ohmmeter showed a short inside one of the arms. I had to request a replacement from Amazon. Amazon shipped me a new fixture. I opened it carefully removed one of the arms and put the bad one back in the box and sent it back. I didn't want to start over. That did the trick and with some testing before hanging, I was able to get all 10 to light right up. Then, with it sitting atop a cardboard box so I could reach it I sat and assembled those crystals. My eyes aren't great and I was ready to toss those things after an hour or so. All told, I spent 5-6 hours assembling and hanging crystals on this chandelier. That's in addition to the time it took to initially assemble the fixture, hang it, take it down, and hang it again.