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|Product Type: Pathway lighting||Fixture Finish: Black|
|Number of Lights: 1||Bulb Type: Incandescent|
|Style: Coastal||Country of Manufacture: China|
Progress understands what it takes to be a leader...offering lamps, wall sconces, chandeliers, pendants, flush mounts, exterior lighting and more, that deliver aesthetic appeal, stellar performance, easy installation and good value. Progress Lighting also responds to the ever-changing needs of the lighting industry with extensive research and development programs that ensure their high standards of quality and innovation for the home and commercial applications.
Headquartered in Spartanburg, SC, Progress Lighting has four distribution centers located throughout the country that support one of the largest networks of electrical distributors and showrooms in the U.S.
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JANE HOLLAND from Flat Rock, NC– Verified Buyer
Review this product in 20 words or more...WE NEEDED TO REPLACE SOME EXISTING LAMPS THAT WERE BROKEN, AND THESE MATCHED PERFECTLY.....COULDN'T FIND THEM ANYWHERE ELSE.
Joe from Havelock, NC– Verified Buyer
I bought three of these lights. They were very easy to install. I originally put a 40 watt bulb in them and the light was too bright. They only need 25 watt bulbs to provide a lot of ground illumination. The color is more of a Kelly green than the one shown land the glass bulb on one of them was broken.
Gym from Delmarva Penninsula– Verified Buyer
The glass cover that encloses the bulb provides protection from elements and wind on my dock.
An industrial strength product for home
Mr Al from Eastern Washington State– Verified Buyer
Works well for me as a pathway light installed with a photo cell to turn on at night.
Economical, but . . .
JC from Hilton Head, SC
An economical choice for path lighting that looks fine and seems well constructed; however, the glass housing is inferior. 3 of 5 housings were broken during installation. Unless they are aligned PERFECTLY they readily break.
Looks More Expensive Than It Is
SJK from Niagara Falls, NY– Verified Buyer
Hardest part of installation was getting the light straight, directions are not much help.
Anonymous from Colorado– Verified Buyer