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Thomas Lighting 1 Light Plastic Outdoor Wall Lantern
Piece of Junk
Muffin from Baltimore, MD– Verified Buyer
I have these lamps on my back deck. Two have been destroyed by falling tree branches and the plastic must not be UV stabilized becauses they were/are turning to powder. However, given the dangerous conditions, I didn't want to put anything too expensive out there. Bought three of the same kind to replace what's there. [...] All in all, the lights will serve my intended purpose, but quite honestly, they are cheezy pieces of junk and it took five lights to obtain enough parts to make three that work. I recommend spending an additional $20 and getting a better quality light from a better manufacturer.
2 great looking lanterns for the Shore
Pete-at-the-shore from Toms River NJ– Verified Buyer
Product price a little high. Would of liked frosted lens due to the fact I use the new twisted bulbs
This is the company that Lee B. Thomas acquired in 1948, changing the name to Thomas Industries in 1953. In 1998 The Genlyte Group Inc. and the Lighting Group of Thomas Industries Inc. joined forces to create a powerful new entity, positioned as one of the largest lighting manufacturers in North America.
Building on their long and distinguished history in the lighting industry, Thomas Lighting is committed to expanding and evolving while they follow the latest residential lighting trends. Their wide variety of interior lamps, chandeliers, pendants, wall sconces, and exterior lighting come in a wide variety of finishes and styles to meet all of your lighting needs.