Dressing Room Mirror Light - Opal Glass Globes
Choose Either 4 or 5 Light Option
Product Ref: 1183From £108.66 inc VAT
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The chrome back plate holds opal glass globes which are splash proof and each containing a mains halogen lamp which makes this a safer version of the classic mirror light. It will provide a great even light allowing you to beautify yourself easily. Perfect for those drama loving people and fab installed in those theatre dressing rooms.
Can be fitted vertically either side of the mirror for the best possible illumination of the face. Polished chrome finish with pull cord operation. The pull cord is located on the end of the fitting making it suitable for horizontal or vertical fitting.
The cable entry point is at the centre of the fitting.
Can use both dimmable mains and LED lamps.
IP44 rated splash proof suitable for zones 1, 2 and the outside zones.
4 Light - length 550mm
5 Light - Length 700mm
|Lamp Type||G9 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Construction||Polished Chrome and Glass|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
Can you advise where the cable entry point is in the light? Is it in the centre or to one side?
Can you get this light without the pull cord and operated by a light switch? It````s for installation in a dressing room.
Is it possible to install this light above a recessed mirror cabinet in the bathroom?
Can low energy bulbs be used on this fitting? If so, which ones?
I have been looking for a dressing table type mirror with these type of bulbs (the theatre style) either side. So what I am thinking is buy two of these and fix vertically to plywood (or MDF) and then put a mirror between them. Wiring the 2 together behind the board and running another cable to the plug socket. Would this work? I would want to remove the pull strings (appreciate there will be little holes). Are the bulbs screw/bayonet fitting and what is the diameter? If they are too bright could they be replaced with normal 25w softer light bulbs?
I`m looking to install these lights vertically, two on each side of my dressing table. the pull string switch isn`t so effective then or it will look odd.
Could you please advise how the lampshades are removed to replace the G9 bulbs. My mother purchased one last August and the shade appears to have just fallen off, there does not appear to be any clips only a sticky surface on the edge of the shade.
What are the measurements of the light.
Could 3 of these be connected to each other on the one connection?
Can you confirm how this is powered - does it plug in or need connection by an electrician?
Is it possible to fit this as a ceiling light? I really love it but am unable to find one suitable for the ceiling.