Illuminated Planter Pot - Large H:400mm
Smaller Pot 280mm Also Available
Product Ref: 1498£65.00 inc VAT
Featured in the Independent Life as one of The Ten Best garden lamps and we can understand why!
These illuminated plant pots are simply stunning and will enhance your house, bar or hotel entrance. Choose to use singularly or in pairs for added appeal.
This pot is 400mm high with a diameter of 370mm.
There are twelve LEDs in this large planter. The AC power adapter is housed in the plug supplied and comes supplied with 6 metres of cable.
The LEDs in this fittings are completely contained within the acrylic and are non-replaceable/changeable, but with an lamp life of over 30,000 hours that should not be a problem.
They are IP44 rated and so do not need to be sheltered from the 'great' British Weather ... or should that be Great British weather? These pots do not provide a huge amount of light but they do look very nice and will certainly add to your kerb appeal!
Please note this does not have a drainage hole at the bottom of the pot so you will need to have a plant that will survive without drainage - consider a fake box plant for example.
|Number Of Lamps||12|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||2700°K - Soft Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Can you tell me the depth of the inside of the pot please?
What is the colour temperature of the LEDs? Are the LEDs able to be dimmed?
Please can you advise as to how long the trailing lead is with this planter?
Do these pots have drainage facilities and are they suitable for box plants? Thanks
Can these lights be wired into my existing external lighting system or do they all have to be plugged into separate sockets?
Can you please advise what make these pots are, and the possible lifespan. Also, are they available in any larger sizes? Lastly, if I purchase 10, would there be any discount?
How are these powered, are they supplied from a 230VAC to 12V AC mains transformer?
Is it possible to change the light bulbs and do they need to be sheltered at all from the rain?