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Neutrino Floor Lamp
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Neutrino Floor Lamp

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Like a gleaming elongated teardrop, the Neutrino Floor Lamp boasts a simple yet gorgeous shape. Features a chrome finish. Perfect for those dark corners.

Features
Available Finish/Color: Chrome
UL approved and listed

Specifications
Chrome
Maximum bulb watt: 100 Watt
Socket size: E26
Bulb type: Type (not included)
No. of bulb sockets: 1
Cord length: 90 inches
Switch type: Foot Switch
Dimmable: Yes

Dimensions
Overall Size: 10W x 10D x 67H inches/ 9 Lbs
Shade height: 9H inches
Shade diameter (top): 9 inches
Base Diameter: 10 inches

Assembly Required
Yes

Ships within 3-4 days


Ship Time: 5-7 days


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