SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn

SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn

SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn

SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! First off, thanks to Amazon for putting up with me on the returns of the previous lamps.The First Three Lamps have gone back to Amazon for "refund" - many thanks and sorry about all the returns. :(#1 - minor scratches (should have kept it and just used a metal-colored pen to correct myself)#2 - dented base (should have kept #1)#3 - rust spots that someone tried to scour away (should have kept #1)#4 - minor scratches (will just color over the scratches with a metal-colored pen this go-round)(The "felt" on the bottom is "weak") in some places, but as long as the lamp itself works - whatever.) :) :) :)That being said, this lamp's Claim To Fame is that it is a Two Bulb lamp with Just One Wall Plug, so one can use two regular A19-ish (E26?) bulbs "max 60 watts" but only take up a single electrical outlet/plug. Obviously most people aren't using incandescent 60w bulbs any more, so will end up being an equivalent bulb (8w, 10w, 20w, 35w, etc).The two bulbs are independently controlled from two "on/off" switches located at the top of the lamp where the bulbs are. Looks like a simple rotating on/off switch with a black plastic "cap" placed over the switches to make them easier to turn. That way one can use one bulb, two bulbs, or both off - no bulbs.That said, it is true that turning the black plastic "caps" might be inconvenient depending on where one locates the lamp, but I guess it depends on how it's used. For myself, would plan to leave both bulbs "on" and use a remote control dimmer outlet accessory (or wall switch) to control this lamp. Yes, I know that the Lutron Caseta wall plug allows TWO different lamps (two plugs) to connect to it, so I could just use two regular single-bulb single-plug lamps in the Caseta. BUT, I could connect TWO Satco 60/806 lamps, for a total of FOUR bulbs. Maybe use four 40w-ish bulbs instead of two 60w-ish bulbs and "aim" the lights around the room, etc. Options are always welcome. Plus only one plug/wire going into the Caseta/outlet looks much cleaner/nicer than two plugs/wires - so the Satco wins out for having two bulbs with one wire, and one plug.The supplied seller-picture is a mite confusing as it does not show the "side vent holes" in the lamp. there are Four clusters of vertical "vent holes" located just about below where the "wide" part of the lamp shade "thins out" - just below where the base of the bulb would be. Each "vent hole" cluster is about an inch wide, and consists of five little vertical vents that each are about 1/8" wide and 1/2" long. I would think these might be overkill, as there are also eight more circular "vent holes" evenly spaced around the "black cap", with each circular hole having a diameter of about an 1/4".So in a nutshell, looks like this is one of the few lamps that allows for two bulbs. And, yes, you could always go low tech and get a splitter or power strip using multiple lamps to do the same thing, or a device like the Caseta that allows two different plugs, etc - the Satco is cleaner, as just one wire and plug. Trick is to INSPECT it upon arrival to make sure it passes muster. Ex: If it's going to be nine feet in the air no one will see any scratches, but a serious dent (lamp #2) mightn't be an ideal thing.Many thanks again to Amazon for handling all the return/refunds/etc.2019 Update: Had some shelves installed and what would be THE lamp to install high up on a shelf?THIS kind of lamp - with a Lutron Caseta (B00JJY1QG0) remote controlled dimmer of course.But luck was not with me. When the Nov 2019 lamp arrived, the bottom looked to be pristine, the two lamp "heads" looked to be dent-free, but the edge of one of the lamp "heads" was rust pitted (see picture). Sigh.But again, this is a GREAT lamp as it has two independently controlled bulbs, and the "goose neck" allows one to point the lights wherever they are needed. Two "bulbs" with one plug saves space and is extremely convenient. Downside is that these lamps have a chance of coming with either damages from shipping or bits of rust (?) on them. Fix the QC and these would be perfection itself.max 43% off,discount,charlotte mallSATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn
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Satco Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Brushed Nickel

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Stylish yet practical, this goose neck desk lamp in brushed nickel uses one 60-watt A 19 max bulb and features a pliable neck.

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SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn

SATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! First off, thanks to Amazon for putting up with me on the returns of the previous lamps.The First Three Lamps have gone back to Amazon for "refund" - many thanks and sorry about all the returns. :(#1 - minor scratches (should have kept it and just used a metal-colored pen to correct myself)#2 - dented base (should have kept #1)#3 - rust spots that someone tried to scour away (should have kept #1)#4 - minor scratches (will just color over the scratches with a metal-colored pen this go-round)(The "felt" on the bottom is "weak") in some places, but as long as the lamp itself works - whatever.) :) :) :)That being said, this lamp's Claim To Fame is that it is a Two Bulb lamp with Just One Wall Plug, so one can use two regular A19-ish (E26?) bulbs "max 60 watts" but only take up a single electrical outlet/plug. Obviously most people aren't using incandescent 60w bulbs any more, so will end up being an equivalent bulb (8w, 10w, 20w, 35w, etc).The two bulbs are independently controlled from two "on/off" switches located at the top of the lamp where the bulbs are. Looks like a simple rotating on/off switch with a black plastic "cap" placed over the switches to make them easier to turn. That way one can use one bulb, two bulbs, or both off - no bulbs.That said, it is true that turning the black plastic "caps" might be inconvenient depending on where one locates the lamp, but I guess it depends on how it's used. For myself, would plan to leave both bulbs "on" and use a remote control dimmer outlet accessory (or wall switch) to control this lamp. Yes, I know that the Lutron Caseta wall plug allows TWO different lamps (two plugs) to connect to it, so I could just use two regular single-bulb single-plug lamps in the Caseta. BUT, I could connect TWO Satco 60/806 lamps, for a total of FOUR bulbs. Maybe use four 40w-ish bulbs instead of two 60w-ish bulbs and "aim" the lights around the room, etc. Options are always welcome. Plus only one plug/wire going into the Caseta/outlet looks much cleaner/nicer than two plugs/wires - so the Satco wins out for having two bulbs with one wire, and one plug.The supplied seller-picture is a mite confusing as it does not show the "side vent holes" in the lamp. there are Four clusters of vertical "vent holes" located just about below where the "wide" part of the lamp shade "thins out" - just below where the base of the bulb would be. Each "vent hole" cluster is about an inch wide, and consists of five little vertical vents that each are about 1/8" wide and 1/2" long. I would think these might be overkill, as there are also eight more circular "vent holes" evenly spaced around the "black cap", with each circular hole having a diameter of about an 1/4".So in a nutshell, looks like this is one of the few lamps that allows for two bulbs. And, yes, you could always go low tech and get a splitter or power strip using multiple lamps to do the same thing, or a device like the Caseta that allows two different plugs, etc - the Satco is cleaner, as just one wire and plug. Trick is to INSPECT it upon arrival to make sure it passes muster. Ex: If it's going to be nine feet in the air no one will see any scratches, but a serious dent (lamp #2) mightn't be an ideal thing.Many thanks again to Amazon for handling all the return/refunds/etc.2019 Update: Had some shelves installed and what would be THE lamp to install high up on a shelf?THIS kind of lamp - with a Lutron Caseta (B00JJY1QG0) remote controlled dimmer of course.But luck was not with me. When the Nov 2019 lamp arrived, the bottom looked to be pristine, the two lamp "heads" looked to be dent-free, but the edge of one of the lamp "heads" was rust pitted (see picture). Sigh.But again, this is a GREAT lamp as it has two independently controlled bulbs, and the "goose neck" allows one to point the lights wherever they are needed. Two "bulbs" with one plug saves space and is extremely convenient. Downside is that these lamps have a chance of coming with either damages from shipping or bits of rust (?) on them. Fix the QC and these would be perfection itself.max 43% off,discount,charlotte mallSATCO, Brushed Nickel Products 60/808 Goose Neck Desk Lamp, Unkn