|Fixture Type: Wall lantern||Damp, Dry or Wet Location Listed: Wet|
|Fixture Material: Metal||Shade Material: Glass|
|Weather Resistant: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Style: Traditional||Number of Lights: 1|
|Bulb Type: Incandescent||Bulb Wattage: 60 Watts (W)|
|Shade Color: White||Year-Round Use: Yes|
Questions & Answers
Kichler Salisbury Outdoor Wall Lantern
Great size and quality
John Laflin from Pinehurst, NC– Verified Buyer
Bought to match lantern. Looks great. Easy to assemble and install. I hae owned Kirchler products before and would buy again.
Very nice light fixture
Bailey from Phoenix AZ
Neighbors Noticed it right away. comments were good.
Looks great, well priced, clean style
Sue from Santa Barbara– Verified Buyer
Front porch light that takes low-energy use bulb. I really appreciate the clean lines of the design, which matches well with my simple door hardware. Looks good with Spanish or English styling. Also it is rather small, which I wanted.
Great looking; very hard to change bulb!
Rooney from Mount Laurel, NJ– Verified Buyer
I really like the appearance of the light, but I may not have gotten it if I had known the bulb was so difficult to change. Two small screws have to be removed (with a screwdriver-there is no head to turn by hand) from the top of the light to take off the globe. Since the person must be above the light to access the screws and the light is set at a height of about 6', a ladder is also required. Another source of light must be available, too, because there's no way anyone could see well enough to remove and replace the screws without it. Even with a ladder, screwdriver and light, the process is tricky. One person has to hold the globe and remove the screws with a screwdriver without losing them in the grass or dropping the globe. If the screws had just been the type you can unscrew by hand, the job would be much easier. I wound up getting the super long life bulbs in hopes I don't have to make a change for several years.
Anonymous from California– Verified Buyer