TNL LIMA BATHROOM – 1 LIGHT (G9 LED) CHROME/GLASS MIRRORED BACKPLATE WALL BRACKET IP44

TNL LIMA BATHROOM – 1 LIGHT (G9 LED) CHROME/GLASS MIRRORED BACKPLATE WALL BRACKET IP44

£49.00

Wattage: 2.5w

Lamp type: G9 LED  (included)

Dimmable: No

Fitting: Class 1 (earthed)

IP44

 

33 in stock

SKU: 5611-1CC-LED Category:
IP44 Chrome Wall Light With Mirror Backplate – Provide the perfect source of additional light to your bathroom with this chrome wall light. The cylinder opal white shade sits in front of a mirrored backplate and as a final touch, there a white pull switch to operate the light. A radiant warm white light works to beautifully brighten your bathroom. This item has a rating of IP44, meaning that it is fully splash proof and suitable for use in a bathroom setting.

Delivery & Returns

Delivery Charges

Free Delivery on all orders over £75
Delivery to UK registered addresses only.

Returns & Faults policy only

We offer an exchange policy only.
The fixture cannot have been installed or modi!ed in any way and must be returned in its original packaging complete with lamps (if applicable). Any damages must be reported within 48 hours.
Damaged goods will be collected by our carrier at our expense.
Any items to be returned due to unsuitability must be returned at the expense of the customer by registered means.
Please retain your proof of postage.

Full policy HERE

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