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Product Ref: 3939From £84.50 inc VAT
Unlike the Mirror Ball by Tom Dixon this pendant is made from glass and has the metal coating on the inside. This means that the light can be cleaned when necessary with a little more vigour than the plastic version from Tom Dixon... Oh and then there is the price... Tom Dixon`s 250mm mirror ball sells for £285 inc VAT and the 400mm mirror ball is £435 so these are slightly cheaper! A great designer alternative.
This pendant has a highly reflective band which is formed using a technically advanced process of vacuum metallisation. The process involves vaporising a small amount of pure metal at a very high temperature and then sucking it on to a surface by applying an electrical charge. Extremely small holes can appear at times within the metal coating due to environmental conditions - just like the Tom Dixon Mirror Ball.
Supplied with a domed polished chrome ceiling plate and clear flex suspension giving and overall drop of 1600mm. The suspension can easily be reduced as per our image. The glass globe has a metal band with clear glass top and bottom allowing more light out. The E27 Edison screw lamp holder is also finished in polished chrome.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Mains Tungsten|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer|
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Construction||Polished Chrome and Glass|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|E27 Radium 30w Ecoplus GLS lamp (40w equivalent)|
|E27 Radium 46w Ecoplus GLS lamp (60w equivalent)|
|E27 Radium 57w Ecoplus GLS lamp (75w equivalent)|
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How do you change the bulb in this chrome mirror ball pendant? It looks completely enclosed. Is it easy to change?
What is the shortest measurement this can be from ceiling to bottom of the ball.
how long is the flex and can it be adjusted?
What is the voltage and wattage of this fixture? I live in the states and wonder if I can use them here.
Can these light fitting be used in bathroom zones 1, 2 or 3?