Malibu Lighting 8302-9107-01 18W Low Voltage Mariner Lantern Path Light - Antique Copper
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The Malibu Lighting 8302-9107-01 18W lantern path light is a beautiful, artistic addition to your outdoor home architecture and landscape creations. Perfect for gardens, driveways, patios, rock walls, flower beds, or any other outdoor design, this path light will add that soft glow for an elegant and appealing touch.
Safety while outdoors in the in dark is another feature of the antique copper Malibu Lighting 8302-9107-01 lantern path light. Don't stumble in the dark for your keys or trip over stones or obstacles in your way with path lighting from Malibu Lighting.
The Malibu Lighting 8302-9107-01 low voltage path light offers a hanging Mariner design, metal construction to deter corrosion, and is energy efficient with an 18 watt wedge bulb. And with an antique copper finish, this path light is a beautiful addition to any outdoor lightening creations. Get yours today and add light and style to your paths!
• Hanging Mariner Design
• Energy efficient 18W wedge base bulb
• Non-corrosive metal construction
• Adds beauty, safety and security
• Fashion lights - General use for gardens, shrubs and driveways
• Assembled Height (in.) : 28.25 in
• Glass/Lens Type : Frosted
• Maximum Bulb Wattage : 18 W
• Power Type : Low Voltage
• Product Height (in.) : 28.3
• Waterproof : Yes
• Weather Resistant : Yes
• Average Lumen Output: 250 lumens
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Questions & Answers
do you carry parts for this product if so how do i order the item
We carry the Quick Connector accessory parts to attach more lights to your system.
For replacement fixture parts, they can be purchased directly through Malibu Lighting (click here to view)
How many lumens does this light give off?
The Malibu Lighting 8302-9107-01 uses an energy efficient 18W wedge style bulb that emits an average output of 250 lumens.
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