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Light Society Classon Vintage Industrial Edison Pendant Light $20 + free s/h

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nice, but only 11 inches wide
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The most valuable piece in an Edison light fixture is the Edison light bulb - NOT included! It's a $10 fixture selling for $20
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Thanks OP. Not a bad deal, but with the bulb not included, their photo is a bit misleading.

"BULB REQUIREMENTS: Uses one medium-base (E26) light bulb. Works with incandescent, LED or CFL bulbs (60W max, sold separately)."

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EDIT: Apparently, they may be offering a promotion for a free bulb. See below. YMMV?
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Fyi for those interested in this style of bulbs, Newegg has great deals on GMY Edison style bulbs on a regular basis. A search here will show you what I'm referring to. I have a bunch of their Edison style LED bulbs and I'm happy with them.
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nice, but only 11 inches wide
It's a pendant light, not a chandelier lol
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It's a pendant light, not a chandelier lol
Lol truuuuue
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I bought one for my warehouse, looks like is bright and nice.
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Thanks OP. Not a bad deal, but with the bulb not included, their photo is a bit misleading.

"BULB REQUIREMENTS: Uses one medium-base (E26) light bulb. Works with incandescent, LED or CFL bulbs (60W max, sold separately)."
Agree the photo is misleading.

Slightly off topic - I've purchased a number of 4W dimmable LED Edison-style bulbs on Amazon, usually in six packs for $18-22. The LEDs obviously don't have the exact same vintage look but I have them in a rustic bathroom fixture, hallway and small stairwell chandelier and have found them to look sufficiently authentic.
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I got two , thanks. Per review seems to be worth the $20
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Agree the photo is misleading.

Slightly off topic - I've purchased a number of 4W dimmable LED Edison-style bulbs on Amazon, usually in six packs for $18-22. The LEDs obviously don't have the exact same vintage look but I have them in a rustic bathroom fixture, hallway and small stairwell chandelier and have found them to look sufficiently authentic.
Also purchased a pack of these and can confirm they look nice. That said, they're not going to give you the effect you're looking for if you want that real edison bulb look.
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It's a pendant light, not a chandelier lol
Could go either way, there's much bigger (18"+) and much smaller lights of this style. I couldn't tell from the pic/post, so I offered info that others might find helpful. Nice to know your thoughts on chandeliers, though. ;-)
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Thanks OP. Not a bad deal, but with the bulb not included, their photo is a bit misleading.

"BULB REQUIREMENTS: Uses one medium-base (E26) light bulb. Works with incandescent, LED or CFL bulbs (60W max, sold separately)."
I just ordered and there was a promotion of adding a free bulb. I assumed this meant I could not use the promo code to get it down to $20. Not the case. I got the light and a bulb for $20. Original cost of bulb was $5.
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I just ordered and there was a promotion of adding a free bulb. I assumed this meant I could not use the promo code to get it down to $20. Not the case. I got the light and a bulb for $20. Original cost of bulb was $5.
Nice! That's a good deal
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