Very Attractive Energy Saving Shaver Light
High Output, Low Energy, IP44 Rated
Product Ref: 3515£124.23 inc VAT
We were banging on at our suppliers to provide a really stylish classy and robust shaver light with a punchy energy saving lamp and here is the result... This is an aesthetically pleasing and well designed shaver light with a bowed front and polished chrome finish. With a removable pull cord socket. The shaver socket is hidden behind a chrome door so its out of sight when not required.
Behind the diffuser sits an energy saving 24 watt 2g11 lamp (not supplied) which operates on high frequency flicker-free control gear that offers a further 25%-30% energy saving over standard control gear.
IP44 rated providing protection from splashed water - making it suitable for use in the bathroom zones 2 and 3.
Requires 1 x 24W 2G11 compact fluorescent lamp.
Shaver socket can be used when light is on or off.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Compact Fluorescent 2G11 4 Pin|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Polished Chrome and Plastic|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
We just re-tiled our bathroom and were planning to put small Dimplex heater back on the wall (with pull cord on and off) and then thought (a bit late since tiling done) maybe we could use the wires coming out of the tile for a mirror light instead. Would this use the same wiring or is it more complicated to make such a switch?
Hi, What is the distance between the fixing points please?
Are there any wall lights in this range?
Can this light and it`s socket be used in continental Europe (Belgium)? Does an europlug shaver fit into the socket?
We need the shaver socket to be on the left hand side so is it possible to install it upside down to acheive this please?
We use our shaver socket to charge an electric toothbrush, so will the shaver socket work without the light being turned on?
WHAT VOLTAGE IS THE SHAVER SOCKET? CAN IT BE SWITCHED BETWEEN 220V TO 110V?