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Volos Half sphere White Wall uplighter
- Bulb sold separately
- Only fixings included
|Cap fitting||Edison screw cap (E27)|
|Fire rated||Not fire-rated|
|Maximum bulb wattage||60W|
|Motion sensor||No motion sensor|
|Number of bulbs||1|
Worst wall light ever
RiddlerC - 1 year ago
Cracked even before the screws went in .
This has to be something that the pound shops would not sell .... Soo Bad
Very fiddly to fit and very fragile - over priced
None69 - 1 year ago
Bought three and broke one trying to fit. Was quadruple careful with the other two, but very very fiddly and made almost impossible to fit because they break so easily. Could accept if they were a quarter of the price, but extremely over priced for quality supplied.
Impossible to fit
li33ieg - 1 year ago
our qualified sparky broke two out of four of these during fitting and has refused point plank to attempt fitting replacements. Fiddly to fix and astonishingly easy to break, which is really a bummer cos the two he did manage to fix look great.
p bear43 - 2 years ago
i bought 2 of these for my lounge. i had an electrician comer to fit them. He had awful job trying to get the wires in the connection and the light broke near the electrical holder. I now have a wall light that is only fit for the bin and have 2 holes in my wall tat were made to fit. would not reccomend.
Simple clean lines but need care.
Steve1262 - 2 years ago
I purchased two of these wall lights to fit into the alcoves either side of my dining room chimney breast because I liked the clean simple look of them and although I'm just in the process of fitting them up there are one or two issues that I think need to be mentioned.
Firstly these lights are very fragile as they are only made of first fired plaster/clay so handle them with care, also I would strongly recommend that you paint the bowl with a satinwood paint to seal them as the plaster gives off a dust if you rub them, perhaps this is a requirement anyway.
Secondly there are no brackets to fix them to the wall as you just screw them through holes in the back of the bowl and I would advise caution when doing this and not to tighten the screws hard to the wall but to stop just short otherwise I would envisage that the back of the bowl would break if you try and cinch them tight to the wall.
In summary, take them for what they are, yes they are fragile and need care when handling but they will be on the wall and not getting messed about with, this is why I only gave them 4 stars because in all other ways they are just the ticket and I'm sure they will look great when I get them up later this week.