Round Light Bulb Changer for Chandeliers (With Out Extension Pole)

(2 customer reviews)

$44.99

The Chandelier Swan is a revolutionary lightbulb changer designed to effortlessly tackle this century-old problem of changing an upward facing light bulb without having to pull out a ladder.

949 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 3 in
Brand

Chandelier Swan

Color

Black

Material

Plastic

Style

Modern

Light Fixture Form

Chandelier

Specific Uses For Product

Candelabra Light Blub Changing

Mounting Type

Pole Mount

Manufacturer

TBS Scientific

2 reviews for Round Light Bulb Changer for Chandeliers (With Out Extension Pole)

  1. Indy (verified owner)

    This is a game changer. There is absolutely nothing else like it on the market! Trust me, I searched high and low. We moved into our home in 2019. The chandelier above the stairs accommodated 6 bulbs. One was missing, another didn’t work, and after a few years of living in the house, a third bulb blew. Darkness for years, but no more!

    The instructions are straight forward, but it’s hard to imagine such a thing will hold a light bulb. As I looked over the railing down to the hardwood floors below, I imagined a million pieces of glass going everywhere, but I was ready to give it a try.

    I was able to remove the first blown bulb and replace it with a new one ENTIRELY ON MY OWN! I got one more added on my own, then had to call in help to get the last bulb added. With someone to steady the chandelier and keep it from spinning, I got that last bulb installed with little effort. The included hook to add to a broom handle was perfect for keeping the chandelier still.

    This saved me the cost of hiring someone with a really tall a-frame ladder and all the extra light is wonderful. Thanks for making this product available!

  2. Nathan Haynes (verified owner)

    It takes a bit to get the hang of it. It probably took me 15-20 minutes to change a lightbulb on my 2nd story chandelier but it did work. The biggest issue I ran into was the chandelier was moving a lot while I was trying to change it so it takes a lot of patience but it definitely beats climbing a tall ladder.

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