what would this be called & who has one?

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Old 01-17-12, 02:34 PM
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Question what would this be called & who has one?

I have a ceiling with a recessed light fixture in it. There is a spot light in the socket. I want to unscrew the bulb and put in some type of accessory that has a swivel in the middle and a socket on the bottom. I would then screw the spot light bulb into that, thus allowing me to aim it somewhat around the room.

No, I do not want to put in a new fixture; it's a rental.

Does anything exist that does what I've described? I have calle all of the chain home improvement places (and local hardware stores) and none carry that or even know its name.

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Stan
 
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Hmm, don't know about the particular thing you're thinking of, but I have an idea. If it's a regular A19/Edison socket, you could get a plug/receptacle converter, then plug in any light you want into that. I've got an MR-11 spot light that can be mounted with one screw. I use it to shine on a piece of art. This looks like a bigger version:

http://lighting-supply.hometownhardw...t-s521395.html

Now, the above is just one I found with a brief search. I don't know if it can be mounted like mine. But, should help in your search.
 
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I have never seen a swivel socket extender.
 
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Do a Google search using swivel light bulb extender for the search term. Lots of hits.
 
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Well thanks for giving it a name...images.google.com shows me http://www.servicelighting.com/catpics/satco/77606.jpg

Which is what I am looking for, only a bit less expensive.
 
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