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GoodHome Hetange Nickel effect Floor light
The contemporary nickel effect Hetange floor light features an adjustable spotlight head, that is ideal for directing light to specific areas of your room.
- Non-adjustable height
- Guarantee - 2 years
Features and benefits
Our indoor lamp posts have been designed in a number of styles, finishes and features to make it easier for you to find the right one.
- The adjustable head allows you to direct the light anywhere you want, creating direct or indirect lighting
|Assembly required||Assembly required|
|Bulb included||Bulb sold separately|
|Cap fitting||Edison screw cap (E27)|
|IEC protection class||Class II|
|Instructions for care||Wipe clean with a soft cloth|
|Maximum bulb wattage||10W|
Elegant floor lamp for any room
Paddington2 - 12 days ago
I bought two of these for my holiday home. They look very smart and simple standing in the corners of the living area, blend with any decor and are very reaslistically priced.
Super smart floor lamp - great value for money
Hahreebee - 5 months ago
Love this lamp - looks like it's worth much more than the price. Nice foot controlled switch, bright light using the E27 bulb as recommended, super easy to put together. Definitely recommend.
Excellent lamp for reading
Dave and Mary - 8 months ago
We purchased this lamp for reading . Easy to assemble and ideal height to stand behind the settee. Unobtrusive with a nice finish and a substantial weighted base. Easy to adjust the position of lamp. We also purchased a Diall E27 4.9W 470 lumen LED Warm White bulb which is ideal for reading. The on/off switch is foot operated located at floor level around 1 meter from the base of the lamp.
Of questionable use
JCD - 8 months ago
I bought this product because my overhead light is poor and it appeared to be a light that would serve as a reading light. However, inside the shade it says "Max 10 W" bulb which is clearly not going to provide sufficient light to read from, or very little else for that matter. The same instruction is actually also on the box but in very small print and, had I seen, would not have bought the lamp since if restricted to a 10 W bulb will clearly not provide sufficient light to reading. Will probably need to return. Can't see what use a light of this type is if restricted to a 10 W bulb and can't see why it is either. Will it burn out, burn the shade? No idea but I need more than 10 W of light.