Triple Black Pearl Socket Vintage-Style Pendant Light Cord w/ Dimmer, 17 FT Twisted Black Cloth Cord

Triple Black Pearl Socket Vintage-Style Pendant Light Cord w/ Dimmer, 17 FT Twisted Black Cloth Cord
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Triple Black Pearl Socket Vintage-Style Pendant Lamp Light Cord w/ Dimmer, 17 FT Twisted Black Cloth Cord - Electrical Swag Light Kit

Fantado® Triple Pearl Black Socket Hanging Pendant Light Lamp Fixture Cord Kit w/ Dimmer (17FT, Black Cloth Cord)

With minimal exaggeration, just about the only thing that could enhance the ambiance of our Edison Light Bulbs would be pairing them with our high-quality, Fantado®? brand pendant light cord kits. PaperLanternStore's pendant light kits are designed for safety, and come with three eye-catching pearl black colored sockets matched to our unique 17-foot twisted cloth cord. With its long cord length and in-line on/off Dimmer switch, this lamp cord kit is the ideal vintage solution for hanging attractive antique bulbs during Wedding receptions or for use in home decor, restaurant spaces, dinner parties, backyard patios, or other social events. Each socket has its own on/off switch. Since we use a standard type "A" bulb socket, you are free to use a conventional incandescent bulb or equivalent CFL and LED bulbs in each socket. Please note: Combined wattage of cord cannot EXCEED 180 WATTS.

Product Specifications:

# of Sockets: Triple.
Socket Type/Size: Standard Medium E26 E27.
Cord Length: 17FT.
On/Off Switch?: Yes, inline on/off Dimmer Switch with the socket having its own on/off switch.
Cord Color: Twisted Black cloth.
Socket Color: Pearl Black.
Suitable Environment: Indoor Use / Dry Outdoor Use.
Included Bulbs: Not Included.
Bulb Wattage: 60W Max Per Socket, Combined wattage of cord cannot EXCEED 180 WATTS.
Supported Bulb Types: Compatible with Incandescent, CFL or LED.
Power Connection: AC Plug-In.
Screw-On Ring?: No.
WeatherProof?: No.
Voltage: 120V.

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86% Recommend this product (6 of 7 responses)
By Karla
Stafford, VA
May 21, 2017
Amazing Value!
My husband spent 8 hours researching the best options for several lights we needed to repair. This piece came up for an industrial light cage and it was the perfect solution. With the bulbs included it could not have been easier and it looks Amazing!! I will be ordering more!
ProsLights included, dimmer switch
ConsDimmer switch was large and we had to take it apart to put it through the hole.
By Trisha
Rocklin ca
September 20, 2016
This item is fantastic!
I love this light cord, how perfect it is to be able to hang three beautiful paper lanterns and it has a dimmer.
ProsIt lights up with a dimming knob
By Mike d.
Madison, wi
February 22, 2016
Awesome simple chandelier
I was trying to wire up a similar cord with 3 bulbs and this was way easier and better priced. I grouped the bulbs together to make a simple chandelier and love the dimmer.
By Jasmine
Virginia
September 22, 2019
Exactly what I expected
Used 4 of these to light my 12 silk lanterns and itā€™s exactly what I wanted: multiple bulb heads on a dimmer with a long cord. The three heads do Not split from one juncture, rather itā€™s like one long cable with two shooting off but itā€™s long enough to work with.
ProsDimmer is perfect, cord from the socket to the first split is long
ConsNo bulbs included, only comes in black
By Mahalia
Washington state
October 5, 2018
Perfect
They work great! Iā€™m so happy I got them and were a better deal than other similar things I saw. I would post pictures but Iā€™m not home right now.
By Brett J.
San Luis Obispo, ca
December 12, 2017
Not exactly what I wanted
When I purchased these I thought it would be a single plug with three 17ā€™ light strands. Thatā€™s not the case. It is a single plug but with one strand that spans about 15ā€™ then three separate runs of about 2-3ā€™ each that branch off. The equipment is beautiful and functions well, just not what I thought Iā€™d be getting
ProsPretty/functionality
ConsNot 3 separate strands
By O-
Washington DC
September 16, 2015
Looks great after a little work
Love it
ProsLook great with the edison bulbs.
ConsPlacement of the connectors is a little odd but I worked around it.
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3 Questions & 3 Answers
Ashley
from Cincinnati, OH asked:
January 17, 2016
I have seen images of a 19ft triple pendant cord that seems like it would not hang well vertically. There is an image bellow of what I am going for, however I would like the lights to vary in length and not hang at the same length. Will this cord work for that?
1 Answer
This light cord does hang down at different lengths. All measurements are approximate. From end plug to the dimmer = 36 inches From dimmer to first junction = 90 inches First junction to first socket = 46 inches First junction to second junction = 36 inches Second junction will have the second and third socket which will split off from this junction. The second socket is about 21 inches from this junction. While the third socket is about 32 inches from this junction.
Customer Service
on January 18, 2016

Tristan Williamson
from San Jose, CA asked:
January 12, 2016
Hello,I am interested in this product, but not sure how the switch would work with the space we are trying to light. Where is the switch in relation to the plug/outlets?
1 Answer
The switch is about 36" from the plug.
Customer Service
on January 12, 2016

Kristin
from London, Canada asked:
January 2, 2016
How long is the cord for the lights individually before they meet up?
1 Answer
All measurements are approximate. From end plug to the dimmer = 36 inches From dimmer to first junction = 90 inches First junction to first socket = 46 inches First junction to second junction = 36 inches Second junction will have the second and third socket which will split off from this junction. The second socket is about 21 inches from this junction. While the third socket is about 32 inches from this junction.
Customer Service
on January 4, 2016