• CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
  • CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter
CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter

CANARM LTD. IT356A02BPT10 James 2 Bulb Track Light, Brushed Pewter

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  • Combines style with function and is perfect for highlighting a workspace or drawing attention to key objects
  • 2-light Track with Brushed Pewter finish, Uses 2 50-Watt bulbs, type GU10 (Not included)
  • Size: Height 7-1/8-Inch Width 15-Inch
  • Alabaster glass
  • Matching collection: James

Customer Reviews

Good budget fixtureI was looking for a light fixture that could be potentially utilized in one of four spaces; an entryway, hallway, bathroom or this awkward space at the end of a long dining room / den area near a wood stove surrounded by brick. (Yeah, I know... it's not my favorite either, but the house is paid for so I tend to want to stay here.) Our electrician is going to be removing ugly fluorescent lights which have thankfully died (my husband didn't see the point in replacing 'perfectly good lights'...) in the dining/den and kitchen. Now I have to decide where to use this light fixture or if I will in these areas.I unboxed the fixture and found that it was on par with its price of about thirty-seven dollars. Lightweight metal construction with plastic end caps on the 'S' shaped tubing. The light shades are alabaster white, and there are a few light (almost clear) flaws on one of the shades I received. I can turn that to the wall and it should be OK, but something to note. There were no scuffs or scratches to the bronze finish on the fixture, and at about 2' long, it's a versatile size for several spaces including walk-in closets, pantries and small kitchens in addition to hallways and nooks in your home where you want more light. The lights angle smoothly and could be easily directed.I purchased a pair of dimmer switches at my local warehouse store, and 2 packages (3 packs) Philips LED GU10 lights which are dimmable to use in this fixture. Each light is 50W max and will work with GU10 hallogens or these LEDs - which run much cooler and are more energy efficient.I also purchased this light Hampton Bay 3-Light Antique Bronze Ceiling Bar Track Lighting Kit at a local store for thirty-nine dollars. I'm leaning towards using this one in the dining room as it is also a Hampton Bay fixture and seems to match it more closely in terms of color.As for this fixture, it may end up going on a wall instead of a ceiling. I'm thinking it may work out well as a bathroom fixture, but I'm not sure since humidity may be a factor. Hallway then?The point is, if you don't look too close, this is a great buy. If you are somewhat picky (as I apparently am...) those little things that make this a low end fixture might bug you. It would be a great choice for an upgrade if you are selling your house or if you are a landlord sprucing up a rental, but if you are not planning on changing light fixtures for years to come this may be less desirable for you.I will post photos when it's up and update the review after talking with the electrician. I did look at the installation directions which were so-so, but the light looks simple to install with the basic white, black and ground wires to a single switch. The hardware is included including the caps for the wires, and most people should be able to install it in 30-40 minutes if they have any experience at all. (If not, I suggest YouTube for tutorials as there are several very clear ones on the basics of light fixture installation.)-------------------------------------------------NOTE: This item was not well packaged from Amazon and the box was dented when I received it. However the contents were undamaged and the factory packaging kept the item well protected despite the 'munch' to the outer box.------------------------------------------------ 4Nice fixture for the price; a little complicated to installMy husband was ready to give a very negative review to these light fixtures, until I reminded him they cost $35 each. The positives: The fixture is all metal, the glass globes are thick glass, sturdy, and lovely, and the fixture looks really good once it's installed. The negatives: The mounting bracket was tough to mount to our existing electrical box because of the way the slots are constructed (we needed small washers to secure them); we also were unable to turn the fixture the direction we wanted it (on the ceiling), so we had to drill new holes in the bottom cover plate. The outcome: The first fixture was a pain to install; the second one was easy (because we had figured out the work-arounds to get the results we wanted). We bought 5 watt LED bulbs (equiv to 35 watts each) from a bulb specialty store. They're dimmable and the overall effect is bright and beautiful lighting for our galley kitchen. I didn't have any trouble putting the light bulbs into the fixture because they're a push & turn style. I put the light bulb inside the globe and then pushed the bulb in & turned both to secure them.Bottom-line: A good fixture for a great price, if you're prepared for a few installation complications. 4Great looking light for a great price!!These fit in so nicely with the style of our home. We have an open kitchen/dining/livingroom space and the style of the lights flows nicely with the rest of our home. The reason for 4 stars is primarily the installation. My husband has been spoiled by the ease of Ikea light fixtures and he found this installation troublesome. There were the included mounting brackets he had to install that continued to swivel and made it problematic for an easy installation. Also, there is no S hook included, so his proud, manly soul had to rely in the assistance of his wife to hold the unit while he attached wires, bless his heart.Also, my personal preference is that I wish the shades were a little more off-white or amberish instead of bright white, but aside from the somewhat challenging installation, the light is just lovely and appears really high end for the bargain price! 4Awesome!Very nice light fixture. Contractor installed it in my bathroom and it produces a very nice light. Bright and beautiful, but not overly bright. Perhaps with different light bulbs it would be brighter but this is perfect for my little bathroom. Does not come with bulbs! Had to purchase those separately. I also have the 3 light blue glass version of this fixture for my kitchen and I love that one too! 5great light if used in smaller areasI ordered the 4, 3 and 2 fixtures for my kitchen renovation. My original plan was to get rid of the ugly fluorescent box lighting and U.S. The 4 piece as the main source of light, use the 3 piece over the sink and the 2 piece in my small entry way from the garage to the kitchen. My kitchen is not big - maybe 10x10. The 4 piece definitely did not give off enough light to be the main fixture so I put it in the garage entry and kept the 3 piece over the sink. I used LED bulbs since so many of the reviewers commented that the halogen bulbs were hot. Unlike many of the reviewers, I had very little difficulty installing the bulbs. Very easy once you figure out what to do. Insert the bulb, and with pressure from your fingers, press down and twist. These lights look expensive and the lighting it gives off once you adjust placement looks very nice and has a custom feel. Even thought my original plan did not work out, I love the lights. Now to try and find something that puts out a lot of light without haven't to go back to fluorescent! 4Easy to install, and super brightPlease disregard the other complaints about installing the bulbs. Why they think you need to grab the bulb from the sides or behind is beyond me. It's a push and twist type bulb. Just line up the holes, and give it a little push and it twists securely into place. I removed the old fixture and installed this new one in under 25 minutes.The fixture is nice, made of metal, not plastic, and the lights swivel into any position you'd like. I used 7w LED bulbs also bought on Amazon, and let me tell you, they are bright. Way brighter than any fluorescent or halogen I've seen before. It lights up my kitchen like never before. I will be installing a dimmer switch on it to allow ambient light at night instead of the full blast stadium lighting. For the price of around $34, this fixture is a great deal. The white swirl shades are nice, also easy to just twist securely into place, and the whole thing just looks great. So my kitchen is now probably 5 times brighter than it was, and uses only 28 watts of electricity compared to the 180 watts of the previous fixture. LED lighting is the way to go, and save yourself the money of not buying sylvania brands for $28 a bulb when these were $7 per bulb and work great. 5this is a nicely built affordable fixtureI needed a new fixture for my utility room/entry way, the old basic porcelain base fixture with the circline florescent bulb was getting dim and it just looked bad.The install was quite easy but I sort of got carried away with hacking at the ceiling, you'll probably just see it in my uploaded images. The bulbs I used were Triangle Bulbs LED 6-Watt Dimmable GU10 MR16 bulbs.http://www.amazon.com/Triangle-Bulbs-6-Watt-Dimmable-Equivalent/dp/B00LTY73SI/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1434417472&sr=8-2-fkmr2&keywords=triangle+electric+LED+GU10+MR16I don't have this fixture on a dimmer and I get an incredible amount of light where I need it, it looks good and adjusting the individual lights were smooth and easy, this is a nicely built affordable fixture, I'd definitely buy it again. 5POOR design but possible to make it workIt's a lightweight light, yes, so compared to other similar GU10 "track" lights I have it seems cheap. BUT the worst thing is the globe fits on in such a way that you can't push and twist the bulbs in their sockets. Trying figure out a way to do this, one of the glass globes broke. Determined to figure it out I worked with the second one and found that if you wedge the bulb into the globe before attaching the globe, the friction of this wedging (if you don't break the bulb) is enough to twist the bulb in the socket. Then you can pop the globe on. No instructions or concern for the end user coming from the manufacturer though. 2Good fixtures for what we were looking for.We finished out a screened-in porch with a pine tongue & groove ceiling, and wanted to have lights shine from the bottom up toward the middle instead of down lighting. Once we decided on the style, we came across these and was exactly what were were looking for. The quality seems good for this price point and would buy them again. A couple of notes about them: The light bulb is a GU10 which is not a screw in bulb, it has two pins on the back, and you have to align them up with the two slots, and rotate the bulb to lock into place. Normally, on lights like this, it would not be a problem as long as you could grip the outside edge of the bulb. If you zoom into the picture and look closely, there is only about 1/8 inch between the outside edge of the bulb, and the inside edge of the globe, making it difficult to align the pins & rotate it to lock. It's not impossible by any means, however it can take several minutes trying to get the bulbs in as you also can not see the bulb base in the back. I probably would not buy these if there were going to be mounted high enough up, that I could not see into the back of the bulb mount to at least get an idea of how to start aligning the bulb. The only other thing I would mention is to hold the fixture up to where you want to mount it, and rotate the three lamps the direction you want them to shine, before you put it up. It does not technically have a top or bottom, however the lamps do not rotate a full 360 degrees, and depending on if you want them to shine up or down, will determine how they should be mounted. I uploaded two pictures of them mounted and at full brightness. We did install a dimmer switch and that worked out well. Also, if you are thinking of going with something other than the standard GU10 Halogen bulb, such as some of the newer LED, it may not fit or if it does, it may stick out past the globe. As mentioned above, there is not a lot of room between the bulb and globe. 5A lot of trouble for nothingI installed these to improve the lighting in my Kitchen. I bought two of them. The install was straight forward; all the parts were available except the bulbs of course, but after installing I noticed that when ever someone walked around upstairs, they would flicker. I checked my bulbes to make sure they were seated properly, but it is hard to install the bulbs with that frosted shroud on. Seems like people that design lights for the GU type connecter, have never actually installed a bulb in the finished design -- it is impossible to get the bulb to seat right with the shroud on, and you can't fit the shroud on after the bulb is installed. To make matters worse -- after removing the shroud -- the ceramic fixture the bulb fits in is garbage. Even after fully seating the bulbs, half of them worked fine with no flickering, but the other half flickered. I'm returning this just as soon as I get a replacement. 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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Description
  • Combines style with function and is perfect for highlighting a workspace or drawing attention to key objects
  • 2-light Track with Brushed Pewter finish, Uses 2 50-Watt bulbs, type GU10 (Not included)
  • Size: Height 7-1/8-Inch Width 15-Inch
  • Alabaster glass
  • Matching collection: James
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good budget fixtureI was looking for a light fixture that could be potentially utilized in one of four spaces; an entryway, hallway, bathroom or this awkward space at the end of a long dining room / den area near a wood stove surrounded by brick. (Yeah, I know... it's not my favorite either, but the house is paid for so I tend to want to stay here.) Our electrician is going to be removing ugly fluorescent lights which have thankfully died (my husband didn't see the point in replacing 'perfectly good lights'...) in the dining/den and kitchen. Now I have to decide where to use this light fixture or if I will in these areas.I unboxed the fixture and found that it was on par with its price of about thirty-seven dollars. Lightweight metal construction with plastic end caps on the 'S' shaped tubing. The light shades are alabaster white, and there are a few light (almost clear) flaws on one of the shades I received. I can turn that to the wall and it should be OK, but something to note. There were no scuffs or scratches to the bronze finish on the fixture, and at about 2' long, it's a versatile size for several spaces including walk-in closets, pantries and small kitchens in addition to hallways and nooks in your home where you want more light. The lights angle smoothly and could be easily directed.I purchased a pair of dimmer switches at my local warehouse store, and 2 packages (3 packs) Philips LED GU10 lights which are dimmable to use in this fixture. Each light is 50W max and will work with GU10 hallogens or these LEDs - which run much cooler and are more energy efficient.I also purchased this light Hampton Bay 3-Light Antique Bronze Ceiling Bar Track Lighting Kit at a local store for thirty-nine dollars. I'm leaning towards using this one in the dining room as it is also a Hampton Bay fixture and seems to match it more closely in terms of color.As for this fixture, it may end up going on a wall instead of a ceiling. I'm thinking it may work out well as a bathroom fixture, but I'm not sure since humidity may be a factor. Hallway then?The point is, if you don't look too close, this is a great buy. If you are somewhat picky (as I apparently am...) those little things that make this a low end fixture might bug you. It would be a great choice for an upgrade if you are selling your house or if you are a landlord sprucing up a rental, but if you are not planning on changing light fixtures for years to come this may be less desirable for you.I will post photos when it's up and update the review after talking with the electrician. I did look at the installation directions which were so-so, but the light looks simple to install with the basic white, black and ground wires to a single switch. The hardware is included including the caps for the wires, and most people should be able to install it in 30-40 minutes if they have any experience at all. (If not, I suggest YouTube for tutorials as there are several very clear ones on the basics of light fixture installation.)-------------------------------------------------NOTE: This item was not well packaged from Amazon and the box was dented when I received it. However the contents were undamaged and the factory packaging kept the item well protected despite the 'munch' to the outer box.------------------------------------------------ 4Nice fixture for the price; a little complicated to installMy husband was ready to give a very negative review to these light fixtures, until I reminded him they cost $35 each. The positives: The fixture is all metal, the glass globes are thick glass, sturdy, and lovely, and the fixture looks really good once it's installed. The negatives: The mounting bracket was tough to mount to our existing electrical box because of the way the slots are constructed (we needed small washers to secure them); we also were unable to turn the fixture the direction we wanted it (on the ceiling), so we had to drill new holes in the bottom cover plate. The outcome: The first fixture was a pain to install; the second one was easy (because we had figured out the work-arounds to get the results we wanted). We bought 5 watt LED bulbs (equiv to 35 watts each) from a bulb specialty store. They're dimmable and the overall effect is bright and beautiful lighting for our galley kitchen. I didn't have any trouble putting the light bulbs into the fixture because they're a push & turn style. I put the light bulb inside the globe and then pushed the bulb in & turned both to secure them.Bottom-line: A good fixture for a great price, if you're prepared for a few installation complications. 4Great looking light for a great price!!These fit in so nicely with the style of our home. We have an open kitchen/dining/livingroom space and the style of the lights flows nicely with the rest of our home. The reason for 4 stars is primarily the installation. My husband has been spoiled by the ease of Ikea light fixtures and he found this installation troublesome. There were the included mounting brackets he had to install that continued to swivel and made it problematic for an easy installation. Also, there is no S hook included, so his proud, manly soul had to rely in the assistance of his wife to hold the unit while he attached wires, bless his heart.Also, my personal preference is that I wish the shades were a little more off-white or amberish instead of bright white, but aside from the somewhat challenging installation, the light is just lovely and appears really high end for the bargain price! 4Awesome!Very nice light fixture. Contractor installed it in my bathroom and it produces a very nice light. Bright and beautiful, but not overly bright. Perhaps with different light bulbs it would be brighter but this is perfect for my little bathroom. Does not come with bulbs! Had to purchase those separately. I also have the 3 light blue glass version of this fixture for my kitchen and I love that one too! 5great light if used in smaller areasI ordered the 4, 3 and 2 fixtures for my kitchen renovation. My original plan was to get rid of the ugly fluorescent box lighting and U.S. The 4 piece as the main source of light, use the 3 piece over the sink and the 2 piece in my small entry way from the garage to the kitchen. My kitchen is not big - maybe 10x10. The 4 piece definitely did not give off enough light to be the main fixture so I put it in the garage entry and kept the 3 piece over the sink. I used LED bulbs since so many of the reviewers commented that the halogen bulbs were hot. Unlike many of the reviewers, I had very little difficulty installing the bulbs. Very easy once you figure out what to do. Insert the bulb, and with pressure from your fingers, press down and twist. These lights look expensive and the lighting it gives off once you adjust placement looks very nice and has a custom feel. Even thought my original plan did not work out, I love the lights. Now to try and find something that puts out a lot of light without haven't to go back to fluorescent! 4Easy to install, and super brightPlease disregard the other complaints about installing the bulbs. Why they think you need to grab the bulb from the sides or behind is beyond me. It's a push and twist type bulb. Just line up the holes, and give it a little push and it twists securely into place. I removed the old fixture and installed this new one in under 25 minutes.The fixture is nice, made of metal, not plastic, and the lights swivel into any position you'd like. I used 7w LED bulbs also bought on Amazon, and let me tell you, they are bright. Way brighter than any fluorescent or halogen I've seen before. It lights up my kitchen like never before. I will be installing a dimmer switch on it to allow ambient light at night instead of the full blast stadium lighting. For the price of around $34, this fixture is a great deal. The white swirl shades are nice, also easy to just twist securely into place, and the whole thing just looks great. So my kitchen is now probably 5 times brighter than it was, and uses only 28 watts of electricity compared to the 180 watts of the previous fixture. LED lighting is the way to go, and save yourself the money of not buying sylvania brands for $28 a bulb when these were $7 per bulb and work great. 5this is a nicely built affordable fixtureI needed a new fixture for my utility room/entry way, the old basic porcelain base fixture with the circline florescent bulb was getting dim and it just looked bad.The install was quite easy but I sort of got carried away with hacking at the ceiling, you'll probably just see it in my uploaded images. The bulbs I used were Triangle Bulbs LED 6-Watt Dimmable GU10 MR16 bulbs.http://www.amazon.com/Triangle-Bulbs-6-Watt-Dimmable-Equivalent/dp/B00LTY73SI/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1434417472&sr=8-2-fkmr2&keywords=triangle+electric+LED+GU10+MR16I don't have this fixture on a dimmer and I get an incredible amount of light where I need it, it looks good and adjusting the individual lights were smooth and easy, this is a nicely built affordable fixture, I'd definitely buy it again. 5POOR design but possible to make it workIt's a lightweight light, yes, so compared to other similar GU10 "track" lights I have it seems cheap. BUT the worst thing is the globe fits on in such a way that you can't push and twist the bulbs in their sockets. Trying figure out a way to do this, one of the glass globes broke. Determined to figure it out I worked with the second one and found that if you wedge the bulb into the globe before attaching the globe, the friction of this wedging (if you don't break the bulb) is enough to twist the bulb in the socket. Then you can pop the globe on. No instructions or concern for the end user coming from the manufacturer though. 2Good fixtures for what we were looking for.We finished out a screened-in porch with a pine tongue & groove ceiling, and wanted to have lights shine from the bottom up toward the middle instead of down lighting. Once we decided on the style, we came across these and was exactly what were were looking for. The quality seems good for this price point and would buy them again. A couple of notes about them: The light bulb is a GU10 which is not a screw in bulb, it has two pins on the back, and you have to align them up with the two slots, and rotate the bulb to lock into place. Normally, on lights like this, it would not be a problem as long as you could grip the outside edge of the bulb. If you zoom into the picture and look closely, there is only about 1/8 inch between the outside edge of the bulb, and the inside edge of the globe, making it difficult to align the pins & rotate it to lock. It's not impossible by any means, however it can take several minutes trying to get the bulbs in as you also can not see the bulb base in the back. I probably would not buy these if there were going to be mounted high enough up, that I could not see into the back of the bulb mount to at least get an idea of how to start aligning the bulb. The only other thing I would mention is to hold the fixture up to where you want to mount it, and rotate the three lamps the direction you want them to shine, before you put it up. It does not technically have a top or bottom, however the lamps do not rotate a full 360 degrees, and depending on if you want them to shine up or down, will determine how they should be mounted. I uploaded two pictures of them mounted and at full brightness. We did install a dimmer switch and that worked out well. Also, if you are thinking of going with something other than the standard GU10 Halogen bulb, such as some of the newer LED, it may not fit or if it does, it may stick out past the globe. As mentioned above, there is not a lot of room between the bulb and globe. 5A lot of trouble for nothingI installed these to improve the lighting in my Kitchen. I bought two of them. The install was straight forward; all the parts were available except the bulbs of course, but after installing I noticed that when ever someone walked around upstairs, they would flicker. I checked my bulbes to make sure they were seated properly, but it is hard to install the bulbs with that frosted shroud on. Seems like people that design lights for the GU type connecter, have never actually installed a bulb in the finished design -- it is impossible to get the bulb to seat right with the shroud on, and you can't fit the shroud on after the bulb is installed. To make matters worse -- after removing the shroud -- the ceramic fixture the bulb fits in is garbage. Even after fully seating the bulbs, half of them worked fine with no flickering, but the other half flickered. I'm returning this just as soon as I get a replacement. 1
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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