We love this light. I've been complaining about lack of light in my kitchen from the track lighting we had installed. This did the trick. We got the 10 arm light fixture. The wires are 7ft long and definitely takes some knowledge of electrical work. We ended up doing a pigtail for the wiring because we felt we would get a better connection that way. It's just alot of wires to get into a single wire cap.
Very simple to put together and I had no need to view the instructions. First, make sure the breaker connected to the light you are replacing is turned off. Feel all of the lamp wires through each of the holes in the fight fixture cap. You may need to loosen the plastic grip on the fixture cap to allow the wire to slide though. All of the light cords have a positive and negative wire. Bundle all 6 positive wires and wire nut them to the positive/hot wire of your home. Then bundle all of the neutral wires and wire nut them to the neutral wire of your fixture. Wiring is done.
Ok I bought this light for my indoor / outdoor porch. Its gorgeous. Took a minute to figure out the best way to configure each hanging bulb, but did 5 inside a circle. and 5 outside the circle. I also bought 2 style bulbs, 5 longish and 5 roundish for a different look.
I Love this fixture and how you can make it your own. I opted to just let the arms hang straight down. I do remember that installation was a bit of a pain, trying to get all the wires to fit into the wall but I’d still buy this fixture again!
was as pictured very simple design ,only thing you need to do is make pigtail extensions on the 6 wire connections for easier install to your power source also wish they had a paper templete so placement outward to locations would be simpler.