The six-foot menorah is great for Hospitals, Nursing Homes,
Hotels, Apartment Buildings, Office Buildings, Shopping Malls, and Banks. Constructed from high quality stainless steel and elliptical tubing, this menorah is a stylish decoration that will fit into any corporate space.
Constructed from high quality stainless steel and using custom made elliptical tubing, this stylish Menorah fits any corporate space -modern to classic.
- Durable, Stylish & Trendy
- Easy Assembly & Storage
- High quality stainless steel
- 9 switches allow individual lighting for each night
- Includes base plate for easy standing
- Optional Plaque is available (dedication or business name)
- All parts are UL and CE approved
- WHAT YOUR MENORAH INCLUDES:
- 3 main parts (top, stem and base)
- Glass plates & Rings for a sophisticated look
- 9 switches to turn each light on separately
- Circuit Breaker
75 watt Decorative Chimney Light Bulbs are included in this one low price. Dedication Plaque is available for an extra fee, please contact us if you are interested in one.
STEP 1: Placing Stem into Base
Remove Base and stem from packaging. Place the Base on the floor. Line up the tubing of the stem with the tubing that is sticking out of the base. Place stem on top of base and gently push down. If needed, you may need to rock the stem slightly until you no longer see the tubing from the base.
STEP 2: Placing Top into Stem
Hold the top part with one hand and plug the socket from the top piece into the outlet on top of the stem. Align the tubing from the top part with the stem and push down firmly. The top part should feel securely in, and reach the decorative ring.
STEP 3: Glass Plates & Rings
Remove each glass plate from packaging and place one on every branch. This is optional, however, it does add to the overall design of the menorah. Once each glass plate is on, place the securing rings on top of the glass by screwing it on to the socket. It will then hold the glass plates strongly into place.
STEP 4: Light It Up!
In the back of the top part, there are nine switches and one circuit breaker. The top middle switch (for the center / shamash light) must be turned on. You can then turn on switch by switch to light up your Menorah.