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Blooma Varennes Matt Black Mains-powered Halogen Outdoor Lantern Wall light
- Only fixings included
- Guarantee - 2 years
- No motion sensor
|Bulb included||Bulb not included|
|Cap fitting||Edison screw cap (E27)|
|Maximum bulb wattage||60W|
|Number of bulbs||1|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
Beautiful and functional
MrsMLPerfect - 1 month ago
I bought this product because we were automating our home with energy efficient smart bulbs, and I really did not want to have a halogen security light outside my door anymore. I found this lamp, the price was absolutely fantastic, and we were able to buy a bulb for it which we can operate from out phones, or through our Alexa home devices. It was very easy to install, and it has made a dramatic improvement to the overall aesthetic of our home.
Outdoor wall light
AtU - 11 months ago
I bought the light to replace the old one and it is a lil bit smaller but still good
Lovely looking light
Jonniejumpup - 1 year ago
Bought this for outside the back door to replace an old light which was there. The light was easy to fit and install and looks great. But there is a small problem, the bolts which hold the light onto the backing plate which you attach to the wall are loose, you push them in from the back but when you go to put the light itself onto the backing plate these can be pushed out at the back if you have a pebble dashed house. Also the nuts that fit on these are really tiny so if you drop them then they’re gone and it’s highly likely you will end up dropping one, I didn’t, thankfully. I would buy this light again if I had to as it looks great and wasn’t expensive.
Just the job!
Limping lady - 1 year ago
Looked at so many outside lights. Came across these, they look perfect on our outside walls and so reasonably priced which makes a change. It's early days so will be nice to see how robust they are over several years!
MartiniL - 1 year ago
Everything went well in installing this until I tried to secure the lamp itself to its wall-mounting. The small bolts that protrude are not long enough to emerge properly through the fixing holes on the lamp when it is offered up to it. What is more, the bolts don't stay put and can inadvertantly be pushed back towards the wall, so they disappear from view altogether. It is then impossible to attach the tiny black nuts that secure the lamp. These are so small that you can't easily grip them anyway. I dropped one into the flower bed below and never found it again. The operation turned into a very frustrating experience. I suspect this fixing issue is probably common to the whole range.