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Aura Cream Paint effect Wall uplighter
- Bulb sold separately
- Only fixings included
Features and benefits
- Can be painted to match any décor
|Cap fitting||Edison screw cap (E27)|
|Fire rated||Not fire-rated|
|Maximum bulb wattage||60W|
|Motion sensor||No motion sensor|
|Number of bulbs||1|
|Wiring required||Wiring required|
Rick89 - 1 year ago
Been asked to fit these light fitting this morning for a customer, they purchased them themselves.
I’ve been an electrician for over 12 years and these are by far the worst I’ve seen and fitted. Whoever designs these obviously doesn’t fit them.
Awful - returned
Ebk - 1 year ago
Poor quality and the electrical component not fit for purpose. Cheap, but poor value for money if unusable.
You get what you pay for.
Still Trog - 1 year ago
A very basic small ceramic wall uplighter. The supplied lamp holder is a complete pain to wire and holds the bulb too high so it can be seen and is off to one side so the light emitted is asymmetric. The solution is to throw away the bracket supplied and just fit the bulb holder section to the ends of the supply wires, these even if 1mm solid copper will be stiff enough to hold the bulb in position low and central to the fitting. I used a golf ball LED bulb which is a better fit than the longer candle type. I also modified the plaster shade by filing one of the mounting holes to a vertical oval slot so as to allow the fitting to be adjusted so it sits level on the wall, and I drilled and filed a slot about an inch and a half long by a quarter inch wide at the bottom against the back of the shade to allow a little light to shine down the wall as well as up. Was all a bit of a fiddle and involved quite a bit of swearing to fit the first one, but once you have figured it out doing more is not a problem, and gives quite a good looking little light at just £10 a pop.
took them back
exporter - 2 years ago
The electrical fitting is not fit for purpose. Cheaply made.
Inexpensive but fiddly connections
Yashamatoto - 3 years ago
An inexpensive uplighter solution that melds subtley to the wall and gives a nice light (dependent on bulb you fit) but with a little more thought could have been better designed for making the connections and fitting the shade to the wall.