By Joan from San Francisco, CA on June 17, 2013
We are interesting in using this light to install on a headboard for a bed. We want the cord to go through a hole through the back of the headboard so it doesn't show. It looks like the cord comes down from the bottom of the canopy/wall plate but I can't be sure. Can you tell me whether the cord comes down from the bottom or from the back (which would be better for our purpose.) Thank you.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 17, 2013
Thanks for the question. The cord comes down from the bottom of the canopy. This item is not ideal for a headboard mount.
I would suggest this item as a substitute: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-adjustable-reading-lights-headboard-mount-3w.html
It is designed for headboard mount AND it does not require a separate light bulb.
By Morgan from Freeland, WA on December 11, 2012
It's not clear from the title & description — is this listing for ONE light or TWO?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 12, 2012
This is for one light.
By Richard English from Ketchum, ID on June 18, 2014
Is the lamp support a gooseneck - flexible - or is it rigid?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 20, 2014
Answer:It's a gooseneck.
By Jeanne from Missouri City, TX on September 15, 2012
Can this be hardwired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 17, 2012
No, this is a plug-in only fixture.
By Sharon from Massachusetts on January 27, 2013
It says on/off switch on the canopy - what is the canopy? In the picture it looks as if it is on the wall plate and not on the shade part of the lamp. So where is the on/off switch?
Also - it says maximum extension 19 inches, but I can't figure out how it extends? Does it extend or is that just the length of the arm to the shade?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 28, 2013
Answer:The canopy is the same thing as what you are calling the wall plate.
The max extension is simply the maximum length of the arm.