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Sleek Wall Light with Chrome Detailing
Black or White with Trailing Lead
Product Ref: 3792£41.76 inc VAT
A sleek wall light with a swept back design available in two colours, all with chrome detailing. The head of the fitting is able to be tilted up and down allowing you to direct light where it is most needed. The fitting also has a switch located on the back of the shade allowing it to be switched independently from the rest of the lights in a room.
Please note this fitting comes with a trailing flex (if you do not want to channel your wall you have a plug socket that can be used) which can be cut off (enabling you to hard wire it into the wall) however you will be left with a small hole. The diameter of the backing plate is 95mm. The flex is white with the white shade fitting and black with the black shade. The length of the flex is 2100mm.
Suitable for office or home this stylish wall light will provide directional lighting as required.
This fitting is designed for use with a E14 small Edison screw lamp up to 40 watts.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E14 (SES) Base Mains Lamp|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
How long is the cable that comes with it?
What does this item weigh?
Where is the switch located on this light? Is it possible for the switch to be located on the flex?
Does this lamp swivel from side to side or just up & down?
What colour is the flex on the white light - also how long is it?
Would you let me know the dimensions of the wall plate please?
Can i order this lamps without the on/off switch (unswitched) and also can it be supplied with lampholders for E27 bulbs?
Could you please tell me which bulb I need to order with this lamp, i.e. bayonet or screw fitting. Also could you please let me know if the 28W low voltage would be suitable for a reading light for a bedroom and equivalent of a standard 40W bulb?