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Kichler Lighting 15328AZT Six Groove Large Center Pathway Light, Textured Architectural Bronze®

Kichler Lighting 15328AZT Six Groove Large Center Pathway Light, Textured Architectural Bronze®
Kichler Lighting 15328AZT Six Groove Large Center Pathway Light, Textured Architectural Bronze®

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This pathway light by Kichler Lighting comes in a textured architectural bronze finish. Works with one 24.4-watt krypton bulb. Part of the Six Groove collection.
Large center mount pathway light by Kichler.
Finish:Textured Architectural Bronze®
Light Bulb:(1)24.4w S8 Wedge 12v Krypton [Compare Bulbs]
Materials:Die-cast aluminum
Voltage:12 volt
Usage:Low Voltage
Installation:Wet Locations [Explain]
Listing: , CSA America, Quick Ship, CSA Listed
Voltage Type:Low Voltage
Bulb is included free
Bulbs are not eligible for replacement

Dimensions & Weights

Diameter:11½ inches
Height:25 inches

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Average Customer Review
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
Great looking landscape pathway lights
By from San Ramon, CA on Jan 19, 2007
These landscape pathway lights are architecturally aesthetic with good quality. We've had these same lights in our previous house, and we chose to look for the same light and make in our current home. I think these lights will complement different landscape and house design styles (our previous and current homes differ dramatically in style). I am very please with these lights.
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Give them a year or two
By from DE on Oct 12, 2011
I am a electrician i work on this fixture and the sockets inside of all the fixtures in this family/product line of path lights. The sockets are cheap and the metal heats and bends and the plastic heats and breaks and then socket burns to the point it doesn't make good contact with lamp.
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Below Average
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Expensive but worth it
By from Anacortes, WA on Dec 18, 2010
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I bought 5 of these lights to light our planter beds here in Washington.
Expensive units but the largest domes I could find. anything smaller and they would have looked tiny in the middle of our flower beds.

Very well made. The product description does not mention this, but the underside of the dome has a cast female recepticle offcenter to take the support stake and support this unit offcenter--perfect for lighting a pathway. There's even a little cast threaded hole to hold one of the vanes to suppor the light bulb. Very well thought out. The cast vanes that support the stake and extend to the outer ridge of the dome are not strong. Don't make my mistake, as I was pushing down on the dome to force the huge plastic stake into the ground--and I broke all 3 aluminum vanes. Pound the stake into the ground with a rubber mallet, then screw in the verticle post.

Luckily, I needed one of my five lights to light a pathway, so I cut away most of the broken vanes and mounted the unit on the offcenter stake. Worked great. You have to drill a hole in one of the vanes to hold the lightbulb in the center of the dome, so don't cut all the vanes off till you see how much support you need. Best to have a drillpress or power drill to drill the 1/8" mounting hole in one of the broken off vanes.

Units are very well made, and the instructions are impecable. They may come wiht a black plastic wire block to attach the wire from this fixture to the power lead of a low voltags wire. This was useless, as the screws that squeeze the block are not strong enough to force the metal spike insice hte blocks to penetrate the insulation of low voltage wiring. Just cut hte main lead and use wire nuts. And, don't buy those expensive exterior wire nuts filled with silicone. Just buy regualar wire nuts, and squirt your own silion into the nut, when tightened.
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Excellent
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Almost Perfect
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Category: Pathway Lighting - 1314
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Sales Rank: 309

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