Molded Of Durable Non-Corrosive Up Resistant Resins Acrylic Diffuser Incandescent Models Use Polycarbonate UL Listed for Wet Locations Uses One 60W (Max) A19 or Equivalent CFL- Lamp not Included.

Product Features

  • Uses One 60W (Max) A19 or Equivalent CFL- Lamp not Included
  • Acrylic Lens, 60 Watts, 120 Volts, White Finish
  • Assembly required
  • UL Listed for Damp Locations

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2 Responses to “Sunlite 47202-SU DOD/NC/WH/CL/MED Decorative Outdoor Nautical Collection Polycarbonate Fixture, White Finish, Clear Lens”

  1. Anonymous August 31, 2019 at 11:25 am #

    Me likey! Far better than the last plastic front porch light I had up, although still cheap plastic it is much sturdier in comparison…I set this up on top of a square vinyl box (not included in packaging) because my vinyl siding in front of house is angled and not flat and I like it a lot, easy to unscrew outer glass cover to screw in bulb (make sure you hold onto top of light when you unscrew the glass bulb cover)…one reviewer noted it takes a special bulb, but mine works with your regular screw in…

  2. Anonymous August 31, 2019 at 11:28 am #

    Good light if you take a little extra effort Nice plastic light, pretty sturdy for what it is. But it is not beach friendly. There are steel screws holding it together. You can see all the heads from underneath. They saved 50 cents by not using stainless screws. So I used some good adhesive caulk and covered all the heads. That will help some, but over time they will still rust out, as will the bulb fixture itself. But it should last a few years. Time will tell how the plastic holds up, we will see if it turns yellow. Also, the…

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