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Floor-Standing Adjustable Reading Light Low Glare - Dimmable
Offered White - Two Bases Included
Product Ref: 7246£144.95 inc VAT
These reading lamps combine beauty and functionality yet are sold at a price that is hard to believe when compared with more expensive reading lights.
The trailing lead is 1800mm, with a dimmer strategically placed on the center of the lamp's stem, allowing you to adjust the intensity with ease. The lamp head rotates 360 degrees and tilts 180 degrees allowing you to shine the light where you require.
The shade measures 120mm in diameter and 184mm in height.
Mix and match with a pendant and wall lamp to ensure your space is truly unique.
Includes two bases - allowing you to choose between a tilted stand or an upright position.
Designed for use of E27 base mains lamps up to 15 watts - if you wish to dim this fitting please use a dimmable bulb.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when using the specified equipment|
|Construction||Metal & Oiled Walnut|
|Wiring Details||3-Pin Plug Included|
Do both lamps (reading and top lamp) turn on separately or together? Where is the dimmer button located if we buy a dimmable bulb?
Does this come with the Ash wood detail as in the small pendant same range?
Is the head of these lamps adjustable
Can the lamp turn vertically to become an uplighter?
In the individual picture, there's a small brass/gold section at the top of the neck, but other pictures show them differently. Please can you confirm whether it has this section or not?