Bring a touch of uniqueness to your home decor with this wonderfully crafted chrome chandelier light fixture. This nine-light atom fixture comes complete with adjustable height options, chrome framed white glass covers and is easy to assemble....more
Embrace your inner Einstein with this atom-inspired ceiling light. The glass globes hover around the chrome frame in a pattern reminiscent of atoms in a molecule, which means this chandelier will create a focal point in whatever room it hangs. With plenty of lights it not only will be a talking point, but it will also add sufficient light to your space.
Enhance your home decor with a chandelier atom light
Chrome frame is complemented by white glass
Assembles in minutes
Height is adjustable with included extension rods
Fixture can use energy-saving bulbs
Spare globe is included
Fixture finish: Chrome
Number of lights: 9
Required number of bulbs and wattage: 9 standard base bulbs
How do you turn it on: Line switch
Dimensions: 24 inches wide x 24 inches tall
This fixture does need to be hard-wired. Professional installation is recommended.
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I watched as my master electrician put this in. I really liked the overall shape, which is why I bought it. I was looking for something mid-century modern or hollywood regency for my entryway. Only problem is, I have a shorter ceiling there. My electrician used the shortest rod and made it work. It comes with three rods of varying lengths that you can apparently put together and make a longer one. I have to admit, if I didn't have to worry about door clearance (the previous light was almost flush) I'd have definitely gone for the longer rods, as that adds more drama. But the benefit is, it fit in my space - and I needed a flush or semi-flush light. So those of you without 13" ceilings, don't worry. Here's a few problems I ran across: 1) My electrician stated that the interior metal fittings of the light are rather flimsy. Where that shows up is that the light moves a little easier than it should. I am a bit worried it will come down. 2) When you get the light, go ahead and open it up, get out one globe, and take it with you when hunting for bulbs. A regular bulb won't really fit. The best fit we found was with a non-CFL ceiling fan bulb @ 40 watts each. Remember: there's NINE globes (plus a tenth extra, which due to the way they're mounted, you will definitely need down the road.) 3) By far, my major concern is the way the globes are mounted. The wires holding them in show through the glass no matter how you try to mount them. That's the main reason I give it four stars - great design, but if you are looking for it to be exactly like the picture, you'll be disappointed. Also, I am worried about the durability due to its flimsy workmanship. It does look great...for now. One note: I did install a dimmer for this light, and it really functions much better that way, but CFL's aren't really dimmable (very disappointing), and due to the opening of the globe, your bulb choices are limited at best.
This is a relay great light. It has a mid century modern look and definately will get noticed. It is VERY bright which is good, but my husband installed a dimmer switch so we can control the brightness of the light. This gives a nice effect if you just want a soft glow sometimes. My husband installed the light by himeself. The actual assembly of the light was very easy. I am not sure what one of the other reviewer was talking about when he said the peices could be easily bent or dented. All off the components of the light were very sturdy, and I did not seen how any of them could be dented or bent. The problem that my husband had was the mounting bracket that came with the light. It did not properly line up with the standard mounting bracket in our ceiling. He had to improvise and get a few components from the hardware store to actually make it work. For that reason it took him a few hours to get up - but once installed it looks and works great.
Love this chandelier -- using it in our retro kitchen. Unique, very cool. Not wild about the bar, as it looks a bit cheap with the seam, but everything else is great. You'll need to purchase a special bulb for these -- we're using the CHANDELIER energy-saving lightbulbs, and it still puts out a ton of light. Love that during the winter when it gets so dark and dreary. Electrician had no problem installing.
Love it! For some reason reviews on the difficulty of assembling this fixture scared me off for a long time. I could just imagine cracking most of the globes. I changed the lighting in my dining room twice with other fixtures-- but remained unhappy with the results. I love to decorate & re-decorate - I'm always aiming for perfect. I finally bought it after a year of wasting my time & money on the other fixtures - not to mention putting my husband through hardwiring a dining room fixture 3 times. This one is staying up-- can not imagine finding anything better. With 2 people attaching the globes it was a breeze- one to squeeze the prongs- the other to attach the globe. Nine 40 watt bulbs gives us plenty of light - it just looks fabulous!
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? exactly
Please tell us about the quality of the product. very good
How accurate was the on site description of the product? very accurate
The ceiling housing hole is the exact diameter of extension rod, so the rod will not angle more than about 5 degrees without bending the surface of the ceiling housing. Required modification to hang on ceiling angled at about 30 degrees (made hole bigger with a 3/4 inch bit on a drill press). But I love this light!
Otherwise it seems pretty much perfect in every way.
I just got this installed, and it looks great. However, I'm a little worried it is going to fall down due to the flimsy interior metal workings, and I sliced up my hands trying to get the globes on. One of the bulbs didn't work, and I still haven't figured out how to get the globe off without breaking it to replace the bulb. If anyone has any tips, it'd be great to hear them. I tried calling the number on the slip inside to see if they had ideas, but they just said "be careful". So I have a cool looking fixture with one bulb that doesn't work and bloody hands. But all in all, I guess it is worth the price.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Not great
I was very please with the final purchase of this chandelier, although I had to return the first fixture because two of the lights did not work. Overstock was great at handling the return and sending a replacement. Keep in mind the bulbs used need to be a skinny style because of the size of the glass globe.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? perfect
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Very good
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very good
This light fixture is very different and goes well with my cathedral ceiling. I ordered it and that's when the fun began!! First, the wrong model was sent, one with 15 bulbs, not 9 as ordered; it was swiftly replaced with the correct one, but the promised sloped ceiling adjustment was not included even though it said it was in the product description. So then after MANY calls to both the distributor and to Overstock, the part was finally delivered two weeks later. It was Overstock that came through with the part that could have been included in the package in first place! The distributor, never did send the part even though they kept saying it was in the mail!!
It's finally up and looks great.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? N/A
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Good
Follow up to earlier question. If maximum extension is 36" and height is 16" from top globe to bottom globe is maximum distance from ceiling to bottom globe 52"?kingsherpa on Feb 19, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question. Looking at the current dimensions provided I believe that your correct. I hope this helps you.overstockcustomercare1 on Feb 23, 2013
Hi, we love our sputnik, but need replacement globes. How can we order more?Thanksjiheckwolf on Dec 11, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
You can purchase more by going to www.wegotlites.com and searching for keyword: 39723
You may also find the direct link here: http://www.wegotlites.net/Contempr-Series-Euro-Design-Glass-Globe-SKU-39723_p_39723.html
overstockcustomercare1 on Dec 12, 2012
How long can you extend the light-- I have a very tall entrance way..Maybe a 25 foot ceiling...THANKSnifer888 on Nov 29, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
The light fixture is capable of extending the light to 36". The height is 16 inches from the top globe to the bottom globe.
overstockcustomercare1 on Dec 3, 2012
The shipping weight is 18 pounds. The shipping box dimensions are;
18 inches high x 18 inches wide x 22 inches long.overstockcustomercare1 on Nov 2, 2012
We are planning on using these chandeliers in our restaurant...Can I buy several more globes for future need?michy18 on Oct 29, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
We do not have extras for sale. You would need to contact the manufacturer.overstockcustomercare1 on Oct 29, 2012
Why the lights go on and off by themself? I had tap on the globe for it to turn on and then it turned off again? I took out the globes and 1 of them broke. What should I do?handy01 on Oct 1, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
I do apologize for this inconvenience, this seems to be an issue with the product itself, I would contact our customer service team and see if there is anything they can do to resolve this issue. I do apologize for this issue.overstockcustomercare1 on Oct 2, 2012
I have this product installed and now have to change the light bulbs. The springs are too tight and I'm not able to get the globe off without breaking it. Also, I did get one off, changed the bulb and then had to have my neighbor help me put the bulb back on. I had already cut my fingers trying by myself. What am I doing wrong? Now I have 4 bulbs out and am afraid to even try to change them. Please help.lesjoe on Aug 20, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question