Add layers of light to your décor with the award winning, patented conversion kit. It's the easiest and most affordable lighting upgrade in the market. Convert a plain recessed light into a stylish hanging pendant light in minutes. No tools. No expensive rewiring or remodeling. Simply adjust the cord length, screw it into your recessed can, and slide up the decorative canopy to hide the old can opening.
Then, add your own shade (sold separately). It's as easy as changing a light bulb.
• Great for budget-minded homeowners, renters, and home stagers
• Patented-design holds decorative canopy tight against ceiling to hide your recessed light fixture and creates an energy-efficient barrier
• "Mistake-proof" adjustable cord mechanism - from 8 to 48 in.
• SGS listed - ensures the highest safety standards
• Dimmable, certified up to 4.5 lb fixtures
• Uses one 75-Watt standard light bulb or LED equivalent (not included)
• Premium Brushed Bronze finish
• Fits shade opening 1 5/8"
NOTE: This product is only compatible with new-construction recessed can fixtures (up to 6" wide) that are supported by screwing or nailing the fixture's frame/housing to the ceiling joists. In comparison with the housing for a remodel or LED recessed can fixture that is lightly supported on the top of the ceiling—the drywall or plaster. Canopy (ceiling plate) is 8.25" wide
Adjusts Cord Length Up to 48″
Wrap the cord around the spindle arm to adjust the cord length to your desired height. Change it any time by readjusting.
Screws Into Recessed Light Socket
Installation is as easy as changing a light bulb. After adjusting the cord length, simply screw the socket adapter into your existing recessed light.
Hides Your Existing Recessed Light
The decorative ceiling canopy slides up tight against the ceiling to hide your existing recessed light. Only you will know it’s there.
Holds Canopy in Place Without Tools
The compression nut matches the decorative ceiling canopy and holds the canopy in position. No tools required. Simply turn it clockwise to tighten and counter-clockwise to loosen. Be sure not to over-tighten. No Tools, No Mess. Upgrade any recessed light in minutes! No electrician required.
Most Common FAQs for our Instant Pendant Lights
Do our adapters work in ALL recessed can lights?
Actually, No.This product is only compatible with new-construction recessed can fixtures that are supported by screwing or nailing the fixture’s frame/housing to the ceiling joists. In comparison with the housing for a remodel recessed can fixture that is typically supported by pushing metal clips through the housing onto the top of the ceiling, drywall or plaster.
What wattage bulbs can I use?Most of our fixtures use one 75-Watt standard light bulb or LED equivalent. You can add a beautiful Edison vintage bulb to most of our items.
How long is the cord?Our patented “mistake-proof” adjustable cord mechanism – change length from 8 to 48 in. anytime and requires no tools. Because you wrap the cord rather than cut it, you can always readjust could you want to shorten or extend the length.
Are them dimmable and credited?
Our lights are ETL listed – ensures the highest safety standards and dimmable.
What is the size of the canopy?
Our standard cover plate is 8.25" in diameter and hides all standard 6" recessed can lights.
Can you lights install in slanted ceilings?
For any other questions please call us at (866)-384-9400 or email us at email@example.com
Easy to install - converts pot light to hanging light in minutes. Bought this for my daughter’s nursery an added a basket shade. She absolutely loves this product!!!
I love this light kit. It needs Modification for small size can lights, but it's still useable for them.Inside, there's an arm that allows you to roll up the wire to adjust the length of the pendant. That arm is the only reason this won't fit a Small Can light. If you have large can lights, it will fit without modification.If, like me, you do have a small can light, you can still use this, you just have to saw off that arm, and shorten the wire to the desired length before screwing it into the fixture.That involves taking out 2 small screws, & cutting the wire. You'll have to strip the sheathing off the wires at the end where you cut them, and then have 2 small wire nuts handy to replace the ones they had in there. They used crimping nuts, which are hard to pull off, but doable, but they're not going back on to the new wires. You'll need 2 small wire nuts of your own for that.Once you cut the arm off, and shorten the wires to length, it's easy to just screw it back together with the 2 screws your removed earlier. Then it's a straight shot into the small can light socket, and viola, it now fits the smaller can space. That's what I did, and it worked great. I love it.BTW, I've ripped out can lights in the past, and replaced them with pendant fixtures. IT's a NIGHTMARE, so even though these are obnoxiously priced for what you get (Not even a globe - Really?), it's still way better than taking on that job. Cheaper, too, because you'd still have to cover up that giant hole from the can, and insert a new box for a regular light fixture, because can lights don't use those. Way too much hassle, when this option exists.Hate the price, LOVE the fixture.Kudos to the designers, but maybe make the adjusting arm be a screw off arm, and use wire nuts that also screw on/off, so people can just cut the wires to length and use these in any size fixture they have. It's really not that hard, and if you provided some sketches/directions, anyone with an Exacto knife could do it.
We needed to replace a 6” inch recessed light, and I wanted a black finish to match cabinet hardware - this worked perfectly. My husband installed it in a short time, and we bought the glass and Edison bulb at a home improvement store - very pleased with this purchase
So easy to install
So easy to install