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Product Ref: 41185From £792.00 inc VAT
So often we are asked for glitzy bathroom lighting and finally the manufacturers have listened and produced a beautiful range of crystal lighting with an IP44 rating making them perfect for the bathroom. Glamorous and exciting these fittings will reflect light in a hundred different directions once lit as light will bounce from the triangular crystal prisms that rest inside and the rounded crystals inside reflect the inner light.
Hanging on three tensile wires (with the central power cable) attached to a ceiling rose with a chrome finish. These delightful pendants will reflect the light to create a sparkling array of patterns in your bathroom.
Although this fitting is intending for bathroom use we see no reason why this cannot be used in other areas of the home such as above a dining table or in the living room. Perfect to add sophistication to your home and to impress your guests. The wide pendant would look great installed above a kitchen breakfast bar or peninsular.
Complete with LED G9 lamps meaning this fitting is not only stunning but also energy saving.
6 Light Crystal Prism & Chrome Bathroom Pendant
Height 127mm x diameter 438mm
Maximum Drop 1359mm
Complete with 3.5 watt LED G9 lamps, 1920 lumen, 3000k
8 Light Crystal Prism & Chrome Bathroom Pendant
Height 127mm x Diameter 527mm
Maximum Drop 1359mm
Complete with 8 x 3.5 watt LED G9 lamps, 2560 lumen, 3000k
Wide Crystal Prism & Chrome Bathroom Pendant
Height 127mm x Width 654mm
Maximum drop 2007mm
Complete with 8 x 3.5w LED G9 lamps, 320 lumen, 3000k.
There is also a matching wall light available in the same design, see below.
|Lamp Type||G9 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)|
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Construction||Chrome & Crystal|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Can this IP44 light be fitted lower than 2250mm from the floor over a bath?
What is the base diameter for fixing the circular? Is there a larger size circular?