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Ascoli Floor Lamp in Matt White IP20 rated 1 x 6W LED GU10 with Switch on Cord, Astro 1286018

Model No. AX4582 by: Astro Lighting
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The Matt White 4582 Ascoli Floor lamp, manufactured by Astro Lighting (SKU: 1286018) looks great in numerous settings thanks to its versatile finish and deceptively simple design. It has an imposing height of 1225mm which means it can delightfully illuminate your house with its eco-efficient 6W LED GU10 lamp which needs to be ordered separately.

This free-standing floor light features a conveniently flexible head for directional lighting, with a practically fully rotational adjustment angle of 330 degrees. With an IP20 rating it can be placed in any number of interior locations to add a bold, but appealing charm to your home. 

It is an adaptable fitting for interior use, ideally used as a lighting source for your living room area, corridor or to provide charming down-lighting in any room it is required to.

It comes complete with a 3m white cord, and it has an inline floor lamp switch on the cable - simply step on it to turn the light ON or OFF, as needed.

Ascoli Matt White Floor Lamp (Switched) - Features

  • Part of the Ascoli range of wall, ceiling, floor, and desk spot lights and lamps. 
  • SKU: 1286018
  • Finish: Matt White
  • Lamp used: 1 x GU10 max. 6W LED lamp, not included; the LED lamp needs to be ordered separately. 
  • Class 2 electrical rated, double insulated fitting. CE Mark.
  • Weight: 6.68kg
  • Cable length: it comes complete with a 3m cable in white. 
  • IP rating: IP20 rated, suitable for bathroom zone 3. 
  • Dimensions: height 1225mm, width 200mm, depth 285mm, base diameter 200mm; spot diameter 57mm x length 85mm
  • Mains voltage fitting: 230V
  • Tilt adjustment: 90 degrees
  • Rotation adjustment angle: estimated 330 degrees
  • Dimming: non-dimmable fitting. 
  • Switched: complete with a ON/OFF switch on the cable, foot-operated floor lamp. 

Model: Astro Lighting 4582 Ascoli Floor Lamp in Matt White (1286018).

Lights Specific
Base GU10
Colour White
Dimmable No
Electrical Rating Class 2 - Double Insulated
Energy Type Mains Voltage 240V
Fire Rating F Marked
IP Rating IP20
Lamp Style Contemporary
Lamp Type LED Light
Light Color Lamp Dependant
Lumens Lamp Dependant
Number of Lamps 1
Projection 1225mm height
Rooms Living Room, Office
Tasks Floor Lamp
Total Wattage 6
Wattage 6
Zone Rating 3
Range Ascoli Floor Lamps
Cutout not applicable

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