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Chrome Extending Bedside Reading Light - Low Energy
Perfect for Late Night Reading
Product Ref: 2035£54.00 inc VAT
Modern, low profile wall light which features an extendable arm and low energy lamp which comes included. Available in a polished chrome finish, ideal for a contemporary setting.
With an extending arm this fitting can be pulled out when needed and then folded close to the wall in order to maximise space when the light is not in use.
A toggle switch is located on the bottom of the wall plate for easy on and off functionality.
The lamp head is also rotational to 350 degrees to allow for directional lighting.
Comes complete with one 9 watt GX53 lamp, perfect for energy efficiency.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GX53 Flat Mains Lamp|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Product Ref: 2035
Do you have this item in black or any other similar light in black please.
Is the Bedside Reading Lamp #2035 able to connect with US 110/120 volt power?
Do you also ship to Germany? And if, has this wall light to be mounted on the wall or has the technical part to be inside the wall?
Can this light be wired into and operated from a bedside switch too?
Three questions, is this mains voltage? Does the plate fit flat to the wall? Is there any side profile pictures I can view?
is the light from the TS3863CC gentler and more subtle than that produced by one of the LED reading lamps which can be a bit harsh?
Is is suitable to be mounted on the side of a headboard/cabinet rather than the wall behind the bed?
Does the face plate fit flush to the wall or is proud of the wall. If proud of the wall what depth is it from the wall?
I want 2 of these lamps to fit onto a wall either side of a dressing table mirror to give a good strong light onto my face when making up. Are these suitable?
This lamp may be what we are looking for. Three questions: 1) Presumably the two arms each bend in two directions? 2) If so, how long is the `reach` of the arms from the central fixing point if the light is extended straight out? 3) Does the head of the lamp rotate to an angle, or is it fixed as shown?
I am interested this bedside lamp but as a plug in alternative as all wiring & decorating has already been completed & we do not have in built wiring for either side if the bed . Any suggestions?