Elk Lighting 11282/3 Satin Nickel 5" Extension 3 Light Bath Vanity with a Rectangular Shade from the Briston Collection

Item #: BCI1712343
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Satin Nickel
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Discontinued

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Technical Specs

Bulb Base G9
Bulb Type Halogen
Collection Briston
Energy Star No
Finish Application Satin
Full Backplate No
Genre Contemporary, Modern
Height 6
Light Direction Ambient Lighting
Number of Bulbs 3
Style Transitional
Suggested Room Fit Bathroom
Wattage 120
Watts Per Bulb 40
Width 27

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5" Extension Contemporary / Modern 3 Light Bath Vanity with a Rectangular Shade from the Briston Collection

Equally at home on a sci-fi set or in your home, the Briston collection is a stunning example of contemporary styling.

Features:

  • Rectangular Shade

Specifications:

  • Height: 6"
  • Width: 27"
  • Extension: 5"
  • Number of Bulbs: 3
  • Watts per Bulb: 40 Watts
  • Bulb Base: G9
  • Bulb Type: Halogen

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Our SKU: 11282/3

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • Satin Nickel
    11282/3

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

2 Questions from the Community

  • The Elk Lighting 11282/3 has a maximum wattage of 40 watts per bulb.

    I currently have an old fixture in bathroom with 4 60W bulbs. I need at least this much light. Can I use more watage in this fixture or do those 3 type of bulbs illuminate as strong as 4 60W?

    A. The Elk Lighting 11282/3 has a maximum wattage of 40 watts per bulb.

  • The Elk Lighting 11282/3 - A Halogen bulb produces aprox 20 lumens (measure of light) per watt where a Incandescent produces 10-15 lumens per watt. Halogen bulb at 40 watts produces aprox 800 lumens where as a 40w incandescent is usually 400-480 lumens. A 60w incandescent is usually 720-890 Lumens. Roughly speaking a 40w halogen would be close to a 60w incandescent.

    I currently have an old fixture with 4 60W bulbs. I need at least this much light. Will these 3 40W bulbs be comparable as far as illumination? Can I use more watage in this fixture?

    A. The Elk Lighting 11282/3 - A Halogen bulb produces aprox 20 lumens (measure of light) per watt where a Incandescent produces 10-15 lumens per watt. Halogen bulb at 40 watts produces aprox 800 lumens where as a 40w incandescent is usually 400-480 lumens. A 60w incandescent is usually 720-890 Lumens. Roughly speaking a 40w halogen would be close to a 60w incandescent.

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