This directional spotlight comes in a wide variety of combinations. Finish options are Black, White, Brushed Steel, Rust and Dark Bronze. Glass color options are Yellow Spot, Blue Spot, Amber Spot, Red Spot, Red Fire, Green Fire, White, Blue and Amber. Four types of rail systems are offered:
HT track and fixtures are 3-wire single circuit systems.
HT2 track and fixtures are 4-wire double circuit track systems.
LT track and fixtures are 2-wire wide single systems.
JT track and fixtures are 2-wire track single circuit systems.
By Francia M. from Poughkeepsie, NY on Mar 07, 2010
I bought six of these to replace old, canister-style track lights, and also a ceiling-mount fixture with three of these same lights. An electrician put it all in, so I can't attest to the instructions and assembly. He seemed to have no problems, since I was careful about ordering everything we needed, thanks to great help from Lighting Universe. ONE bulb, out of all nine, had a suction cup with it which makes it easier to change the bulb, as I found out for the first time yesterday. YOU NEED THE SUCTION CUP, so don't lose it!! The lights are very attractive, much neater and prettier than the old ones, and I like them very much. Every order of these should include one suction cup.
With no transformer, sleek cone, and pivot-post connection this track light is the smallest least obtrusive track light you will find and has sleek simple lines. And it is very reasonably priced as well.
120 volt GU10 MR16 bulbs are not as good as standard low voltage MR16s but a reasonable trade-off for the small sleek look, when that is important.
Searched all over for the right track light and I found it here! The color is a rich amber brown and the inside of the shade is white. They give off great light. Even my electrician said I had good taste and really like the look of these lights!
This lamp is perfect. The lamp shade colors are very intersting. We have searched all over for a lamp like this, only one we could find. It is small as it takes an MR16 bulb, but the halogen bulbs throw a lot of light.