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Asterion Satin Chrome effect Mains-powered 4 lamp Spotlight
This 4 lamp satin chrome 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 (G111102-4S)|
|Power voltage supply||240V|
|WEEE regulated||WEEE regulated|
|Wiring required||Wiring required|
Very tricky to install
Zoeeee - 27 days ago
I picked these up in store without reading the review I did exactly same thing as the 1star left by another customer...after struggling to fit it, i was glad to get to the end part to then realise the screws were not long enough had to take the whole thing down and pop back off to store to buy longer screws to which were too long, because they didn’t have the length we needed, if that length even exist my trainee electrician cut the screws down to size but all in all took me nearly all day to fit as we bought two
NIGHTMARE DONT BUY
Prim84 - 7 months ago
This light was very easy to install and looks much more expensive than it was. Very impressed with this light, definitely recommend!
Clipboard - 1 year ago
I have these in my kitchen. They look fantastic. Electrician had no problem putting them up. Have bought the same for our lounge.
Do not buy this light
Sneedy - 1 year ago
Although this light looks good it is virtually impossible to put up for several reasons.
Firstly the bracket to fasten it to the ceiling has an earth wire fastened to it so to mark where you want the holes to fix it up you have to take the whole light up with you and struggle with it. Alternatively you can undo the earth wire from the bolt it is attached to but you will still have to reattach it before putting the light up as the screw head of the bolt is in the top of the bracket that will be against the ceiling.
Secondly, the earth wire is so short that when you come to wire the light up there is barely enough room to get in to connect the wires without scraping the ceiling with the body of the light and marking it.
Thirdly, after struggling with it to this point you then have the worst part to come, trying to get all the wires to fit inside the light fitting whilst also trying to align the two small bolts fastened to the ceiling bracket and get them through the holes in the light fitting.
It is at this point you will discover (as I did) that the bolts are in fact not long enough to come through the holes to allow you to put the nuts on to hold it all up. You then will end up taking it all back down and returning it to the shop.
Take my advice and avoid this light if you want to save yourself a lot of frustration and time.