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PLT 80-2271 - Antique Pendant Light Socket - Polished Nickel
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6 ft. - Antique Pendant Light Socket - Polished Nickel

Keyless - Medium Base - 18/2 Black Gauge Wire - PLT 80-2271

 

Suspended by a wire, the 660-watt PLT 80-2271 antique pendant light socket hangs from the ceiling, providing ambient or task lighting for vintage fixtures. This polished nickel pendant is a unique way to light any space, from your kitchen island to your dining room table. It has a 6-foot SVT lead wire that allows for flexibility, making this pendant the perfect choice for that distinguishing vintage look you desire.

  • No end plugs allow for creative flexibility in your lighting design
  • Uses two 18-gauge wires in a trendy, 6-foot black cord
  • Keyless; designed for use with a wall switch
  • Operates at 250 volts
  • Polished nickel finish
  • UL listed

Specifications

Stock Code:  PLT-POLNIKSKT6FT
Part No.:  80-2271
Maximum Voltage:  250 Volt
Cord Length:  6 ft.
Socket Type:  Medium (E26)
Wire Color:  Black
Wire Type:  SVT
UL Listed:  Yes
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Maximum Wattage:  660 Watt
Connection:  No End Plugs
Finish:  Polished Nickel
Type:  Socket Pendant
Wire Gauge:  18/2
CSA Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  50
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality sockets These sockets were exactly what I needed! Also a very high quality product! February 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pendant light These antique pendant lights worked perfectly for my custom made pendants over our kitchen island. They were simple to install and easy to adjust when it came to the length we wanted. Great quality item! Thanks 1000bulbs January 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid and Perfect I was designing a chandelier for a friend that required some fairly heavy mason jars. This is a high quality socket for the money and holds the weight without any trouble. I've since bought several more for other projects. April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for making your own chandelier This was the only place that I could find a reasonably priced light socket to use in the chandelier that I am making. Very happy with the light socket. It was easy to install. August 16, 2013
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