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Escala Chrome effect Wall light
Our stores do not stock this product
- Bulb sold seperately
- Only fixings included
Features and benefits
The Escala is a curved wall light with built in shaver socket, frosted white glass and chrome trim. Functional yet stylish, this shaver light is perfect for the task in hand.
- Suitable for use with energy compatible lamps
- IP20 suitable for bathroom outside zones
|Cap fitting||Small edison screw cap (E14)|
|Fire rated||Not fire-rated|
|Material||Glass & stainless steel|
|Motion sensor||No motion sensor|
|Number of bulbs||2|
|Power voltage supply||240V|
Looks nice, skill needed to fit.
Sarah233 - 2 years ago
Fortunately my partner is an electrical engineer, so he was able to fit this but it's very tricky. We had to make a new hole in the wall to pass the existing wires through so it was to the right of the light.
Very stupidly, the bottom right screw hole is right behind a load of wiring, so it would be nearly impossible to screwing without hitting the wires. For this reason we just screwed it to the wall with the top screws and seems fine. It was a lot of hassle, but looks nice now its up.
Poor design for shaver socket
Wassy - 2 years ago
It looks really nice, I can't fault it on style.
I Chose this to go above our bathroom mirror which never had a light before. Our electrician wired it in with a new chase down from the ceiling, but as others have said, if you had existing wiring it would be annoying as the cable entry is off-centre.
The shaver socket only works when the light is turned on!! That has to be the dumbest design i've ever seen for a shaving socket.
The screws being on the left and right-hand side caused annoyance for me as we have a (wall-fixed) tall cabinet right next to the sink, so our electrician had to off-centre the light slightly to allow us to get the cover on/off if ever bulbs need changing. This now bugs me as it is not centred vertically with the mirror and sink.
New bathroom mirror light
Delboy2017 - 3 years ago
Quite easy to fix and is a good quality. If you need a bright light make sure the lamp will fit as internally it is not very big. I went for two 3.5w energy lamp (led) and found it was fine for us. Overall excellent value for the money.
Design and fixing Issues!
MrBobC - 3 years ago
Struggled to get this to match existing location due to its offset cable entry at the back. Drilled the back casing centrally to allow the cable tails through and internally adjusted the fitting (safely) to make it suit the changes. Once installed the chrome cover that fits over the glass didn't match easily the holes set in the main body and I struggled to get both screws located. Ended up just using one screw at one end and pushing the other end of the chrome into position and allowing it to hold itself there. Plus the shaver socket only works when the light is switched on.
Mr ben l - 4 years ago
Wire entry at far right and can't move connector as earth is welded down unless you have 35 cm of loose wire it's a no no