• Nuvo Sf77/194 Six Light Strip Vanity, 36 Inches, Chrome
Nuvo Sf77/194 Six Light Strip Vanity, 36 Inches, Chrome

Nuvo Sf77/194 Six Light Strip Vanity, 36 Inches, Chrome

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  • Polished chrome frame
  • Requires six 100-watt type G medium base bulbs (not included)
  • Dimensions 36-Inch Width x 4.75-Inch Height

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Awesome! Used them to make a vanity at home for my daughter! She loves it! 5Converted to wall unit to plug in unit w/remote I havent installed on wall yet, but i put it all together and works perfect.I did not install it into a wall fixture, rather a Craft Light Plug with a switch for easy on/off, also purchased on amazon (amazon recommended it as a frequently bought together item); it has 2 exposed wires on one end.Full instructions that i wish would come with the light:To remove backplate from front plate, grip chrome bulb covers that would sit at bulb base and slightly twist or just pull; the covers will slide off exposing just the bare ceramic; once all 4 are removed, youll be able to remove front plate.For the plug, the plug wont match the instructions; the plug will have two white wires and the light has a white & black. If you look closely at the two white wires one is grooved and the other is smooth. The smooth one is your black wire, the grooved is white. Very important; your light wont work if you get it backwards.Pinch your two wires closely together and insert into orange wire crimper thingy; once your wires are fully inserted, firmly pinch your two wires at topto keep in place and keep twisty orange piece over and over until it stops or wires want to bend with it. Repeat for other set of wires. To test pull on wires to make sure they dont come out and are very firm and tight into crimper.Seperate your black wires from your white wires into seperate sides of box; you want to do this because if any copper wire inside your crimper is exposed and touches exposed wire from the opposite colored set, it could potentially start a fire, so just seperate them for 100% safety.Run your plug wire along the edge and have it coming out side of light.Take the green screw and screw it half way into spot marked ground wire. Take your ground wire thats attached to front plate and make a small hook on end of it. Hook the ground wire around the ground wire screw on light back plate, and screw in the screw the rest of way to tighten the wire firmly behind the screw.At this point, it is fully operational and you can test it by screwing in a bulb and making sure it works. Once verified, remove bulb, put the front plate into place the same way you removed it, remove the blue protective film on the chrome, and put light base pieces back in place. Once you remove film, be mindful of fingerprints. It will look identical to when you first opened box, just with a wire coming out the side and no longer has the blue film on it..Take the small silver screw and put into small screw hole on side of unit; this will help keep it secure so the front/back plate cant come apart unless you remove screw.Screw in your 4 bulbs; some of mine were a lil cock eyed so i unscrewed the bulb and adjusted the ceramic base a tad to align it correctly then put the bulb back in. Hang up, and enjoy!Another note; i plugged a remote sensor box in and plugged this light into it, then put velco on back of remote and attached it to front of vanity so i didnt have to reach go turn off/on, just a nice simple click of a button. The remote sensor plugs into a single outlet and has 2 plugs on it. This leaves one outlet with 2 plugs for the remote, and one normal outlet open for non remote functions. I got a surge protector and plugged my curling iron, hot iron etc into it and then used this for the other port on the remote sensor; so when i use the remote off button for my light, my curling iron etc all turn off and i eliminate fire danger that beauty causes lol 5Girls best friend! Best investment I've ever made. I followed Simply Sandra's tutorial on YouTube and it came out great!! 5DIY Hollywood vanity mirror I purchased 3 of these for my DIY Hollywood vanity mirror...good quality, I love my new vanity. 5Great inexpensive setup for a vanity We used these fixtures for my wife's vanity. There are sources that describe the best lighting but trial and error was the best method. We started with two, one on each side, but found a bit of shadow so we took care of that with one more over the top.These aren't expensive but they are simple so they shouldn't be. The first two were missing the hardware but Amazon's great customer service took care of us.Installation requires some drilling and electrical wiring. We used a dimmable switch which can be helpful to prepare for different times of the day. The bulbs are 40 watt incandescent and are slightly warm in color. This many bulbs can make the room slightly warm as well. We thought about putting each fixture on it's own switch but there hasn't been a need for it. The height of the mirror and lights are set to where she can sit on a stool.The most important thing is that she loves it! 4very poor design and build quality This has got to be the worst design of any product I have bought to date (and I buy a lot).When unpacked the product looks quite sturdy and has protective film over the metal body. There are some screw mount holes on the back and a hole through which the electrical wires can pass. All seems well. But the manufacturer forgot that people actually need to connect the wires... The wires with the connector are tucked safely inside, with no way to access them or extract unless you disassemble the back of the unit. Unfortunately, the only way to open the back is to pry open 6 pairs of metal clamps that not only hold the back to the front, but at the same time hold the 6 lamp fittings to the front. Once the back is removed it is impossible to re-attach it with both sides of each pair of clamps in their original spot. They are either tight enough to hold the fittings, but impossible to line up with their holes, or they can be lined up with the holes (very cumbersome and tricky) but then miss any tension to hold the fittings. As a result the fittings are wobbling in their spots.I kept this only because it was cheap and it is tucked away out of sight behind a ledge inside a closet with sliding doors. But if you intend to mount this in any place where you will see it or where it may be prone to vibration (e.g. a closing door nearby) causing the fittings to dangle out of the base, I would strongly urge to find a better product. 1Vanity Mirror, Love it <3 Looove them ! Exactly what I was looking for and it made my vanity complete <3 5Perfect for DIY Vanity I purchased two of these fixtures for my DIY vanity project. They were exactly what I was looking for! No, they do not include light bulbs (what light fixture comes with bulbs??) and yes, they are designed to be hard wired, so you will need to do a little "electrical work". A simple google search will provide you with all the instructions that you need (contrary to another review, you do not need to be an electrical engineer). 5I used it to Build a Vanity for my Valentine Great! I used them to Build a Hollywood style Vanity for my Valentine 5Absolutely love it! Absolutely love it!!! Wayyy better than the one from Ikea! It's really thin and shiny which is exactly what I was looking for 5
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Awesome! Used them to make a vanity at home for my daughter! She loves it! 5Converted to wall unit to plug in unit w/remote I havent installed on wall yet, but i put it all together and works perfect.I did not install it into a wall fixture, rather a Craft Light Plug with a switch for easy on/off, also purchased on amazon (amazon recommended it as a frequently bought together item); it has 2 exposed wires on one end.Full instructions that i wish would come with the light:To remove backplate from front plate, grip chrome bulb covers that would sit at bulb base and slightly twist or just pull; the covers will slide off exposing just the bare ceramic; once all 4 are removed, youll be able to remove front plate.For the plug, the plug wont match the instructions; the plug will have two white wires and the light has a white & black. If you look closely at the two white wires one is grooved and the other is smooth. The smooth one is your black wire, the grooved is white. Very important; your light wont work if you get it backwards.Pinch your two wires closely together and insert into orange wire crimper thingy; once your wires are fully inserted, firmly pinch your two wires at topto keep in place and keep twisty orange piece over and over until it stops or wires want to bend with it. Repeat for other set of wires. To test pull on wires to make sure they dont come out and are very firm and tight into crimper.Seperate your black wires from your white wires into seperate sides of box; you want to do this because if any copper wire inside your crimper is exposed and touches exposed wire from the opposite colored set, it could potentially start a fire, so just seperate them for 100% safety.Run your plug wire along the edge and have it coming out side of light.Take the green screw and screw it half way into spot marked ground wire. Take your ground wire thats attached to front plate and make a small hook on end of it. Hook the ground wire around the ground wire screw on light back plate, and screw in the screw the rest of way to tighten the wire firmly behind the screw.At this point, it is fully operational and you can test it by screwing in a bulb and making sure it works. Once verified, remove bulb, put the front plate into place the same way you removed it, remove the blue protective film on the chrome, and put light base pieces back in place. Once you remove film, be mindful of fingerprints. It will look identical to when you first opened box, just with a wire coming out the side and no longer has the blue film on it..Take the small silver screw and put into small screw hole on side of unit; this will help keep it secure so the front/back plate cant come apart unless you remove screw.Screw in your 4 bulbs; some of mine were a lil cock eyed so i unscrewed the bulb and adjusted the ceramic base a tad to align it correctly then put the bulb back in. Hang up, and enjoy!Another note; i plugged a remote sensor box in and plugged this light into it, then put velco on back of remote and attached it to front of vanity so i didnt have to reach go turn off/on, just a nice simple click of a button. The remote sensor plugs into a single outlet and has 2 plugs on it. This leaves one outlet with 2 plugs for the remote, and one normal outlet open for non remote functions. I got a surge protector and plugged my curling iron, hot iron etc into it and then used this for the other port on the remote sensor; so when i use the remote off button for my light, my curling iron etc all turn off and i eliminate fire danger that beauty causes lol 5Girls best friend! Best investment I've ever made. I followed Simply Sandra's tutorial on YouTube and it came out great!! 5DIY Hollywood vanity mirror I purchased 3 of these for my DIY Hollywood vanity mirror...good quality, I love my new vanity. 5Great inexpensive setup for a vanity We used these fixtures for my wife's vanity. There are sources that describe the best lighting but trial and error was the best method. We started with two, one on each side, but found a bit of shadow so we took care of that with one more over the top.These aren't expensive but they are simple so they shouldn't be. The first two were missing the hardware but Amazon's great customer service took care of us.Installation requires some drilling and electrical wiring. We used a dimmable switch which can be helpful to prepare for different times of the day. The bulbs are 40 watt incandescent and are slightly warm in color. This many bulbs can make the room slightly warm as well. We thought about putting each fixture on it's own switch but there hasn't been a need for it. The height of the mirror and lights are set to where she can sit on a stool.The most important thing is that she loves it! 4very poor design and build quality This has got to be the worst design of any product I have bought to date (and I buy a lot).When unpacked the product looks quite sturdy and has protective film over the metal body. There are some screw mount holes on the back and a hole through which the electrical wires can pass. All seems well. But the manufacturer forgot that people actually need to connect the wires... The wires with the connector are tucked safely inside, with no way to access them or extract unless you disassemble the back of the unit. Unfortunately, the only way to open the back is to pry open 6 pairs of metal clamps that not only hold the back to the front, but at the same time hold the 6 lamp fittings to the front. Once the back is removed it is impossible to re-attach it with both sides of each pair of clamps in their original spot. They are either tight enough to hold the fittings, but impossible to line up with their holes, or they can be lined up with the holes (very cumbersome and tricky) but then miss any tension to hold the fittings. As a result the fittings are wobbling in their spots.I kept this only because it was cheap and it is tucked away out of sight behind a ledge inside a closet with sliding doors. But if you intend to mount this in any place where you will see it or where it may be prone to vibration (e.g. a closing door nearby) causing the fittings to dangle out of the base, I would strongly urge to find a better product. 1Vanity Mirror, Love it <3 Looove them ! Exactly what I was looking for and it made my vanity complete <3 5Perfect for DIY Vanity I purchased two of these fixtures for my DIY vanity project. They were exactly what I was looking for! No, they do not include light bulbs (what light fixture comes with bulbs??) and yes, they are designed to be hard wired, so you will need to do a little "electrical work". A simple google search will provide you with all the instructions that you need (contrary to another review, you do not need to be an electrical engineer). 5I used it to Build a Vanity for my Valentine Great! I used them to Build a Hollywood style Vanity for my Valentine 5Absolutely love it! Absolutely love it!!! Wayyy better than the one from Ikea! It's really thin and shiny which is exactly what I was looking for 5
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