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Asterion Antique brass effect Mains-powered 4 lamp Spotlight
This 4 lamp antique brass effect spotlight is part of the Astrion lighting range. Featuring adjustable, traditional shaped spotlight style shades the Astrion range will add a statement to any room. Combine several pieces from the range together to create a seamless look in your room.
- Bulb sold separately
- Only fixings included
- Guarantee - 2 years
|Bathroom zone||Not suitable for bathrooms|
|Number of bulbs||4|
|Fire rated||Not fire-rated|
|IEC protection class||Class I|
|Model name/number||Asterion (G111102-4A)|
|Power voltage supply||240V|
|WEEE regulated||WEEE regulated|
|Wiring required||Wiring required|
These lights are perfect
Lgmail - 5 months ago
We have had these lights in our lounge since March and they are really nice. They offer bespoke lighting in the areas which they are directed to.
Hissing from lights
Hetfordommer - 1 year ago
So we are sitting and all we can hear is a hissing sound when the lights are on you turn them off and its quiet on again the sound of a hiss get annoying. Going back with the bulbs
Not bright enough
sazzle20 - 1 year ago
The light looks gorgeous in my kitchen, however the bulbs are not bright enough. The max wattage means they barely cover my kitchen. Not overly impressed.
Lovely Light Fitting
Grace626 - 2 years ago
I bought this for my hall and now it is up it is beautiful and with 4 bright white LED GU10's in, it is lovely and bright and suits my cottage style house. It was however not easy to fit as there is much wire and connections, the centre is not quite deep enough to fit them all back inside comfortably once wired up and took a lot of faffing, sweating and cursing on my partners part and he has much patience and is not easily beaten. He had to put a screw underneath each side of the bracket inside to push the screws down enough that stick through to fit the cover caps on as they would not grip otherwise