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Sea Gull Lighting Xenon 3-Light Transitional Under Cabinet Light - SG-98042-15 See details.

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$240.99
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In Stock as of 04/16/14
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  • Model# SG-98042-15
  • Brand: Sea Gull Lighting
  • Height: 1.062"
  • Width / Diameter: 20"
  • Depth: 4.625"
  • Shade: Frosted glass
  • Finish: White
  • Lamping: (3) 35W 120V xenon, G9 base, with Hi/Lo switch (included)

Features

Features:
  • Cooler operation than halogen
  • Mounting Hardware: Wood screws included
  • Hinged Lens for easy access - Tool-less disengagement. Removable for cleaning
  • Linkable for ease of installation
  • Maximum linkability of up to 560 Watts
  • Hi-Lo switching for 40% energy savings
  • Convertible hardwiring method including romex cable adapter with strain relief for quick installation
  • 120V - No transformer required
  • Only tool required is a Phillips screw driver
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    • Herndon, VA
    • Exactly what I expected it to be

      I had to purchase this light when one of my undercounter lights blew a ballast and was no longer working. I found out that particular light was now obsolete and no longer available. Which is probably a good thing. This was the fourth out of 10 lights we had purchased for undercabinet lighting about 8 years ago that has failed for the exact same reason (blown ballast). This replacement light is the same length but has one less light (3 instead of 4) so I was concerned it would throw the same amount of light. Thankfully, it does. Also, it's obvious that the light has been redesigned. The original light's glass insert was a HUGE PITA to remove. The redesign is much easier to remove the glass insert. Also, the new design is thinner. Only time will tell if this light was last any longer than the old design but I suspect that it will. I think the manufacturer had so many failures that they pulled all remaining inventory and redesigned the light from the ground up. This one definately is better designed and is of higher quality. Since I suspect it's only a matter of time before the remaining old design lights fail, I'll be replacing each light over time with the new design as each fails. I just wish these lights weren't so crazy expensive. Sheet metal, a piece of glass, a ballast a bit of wiring and 4 cheap bulbs shouldn't cost this much.

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