This octi 3 light floor light from Litecraft is finished in satin nickel and features stunning octagonal cut glass shades on beautifully crafted curved arms. This contemporary floor lamp would make an ideal accompaniment to the octi ceiling light.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by annoyed customer totally wrong
the lamp is only 140 high not the 162 advertised!! the 3 bulbs are 28W (not 40W) - yet the instructions on the lamp say MAX 25W !! As the previous review says, the lights hurt your eyes as the shade does not shield the brightness sufficiently - its like looking at a naked bulb. Very very disappointed - returning!
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Light too bright!
I bought this for a Xmas present and whilst it looks good switched off, it creates far too much light when switched on. It is not dimmable and the bulbs are the lowest wattage you can buy. The brightness does not work in an average sized room as it hurts the eyes.
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