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3W Dimmable LED Flexible Bedside Light

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Product Code: SY7307

Make bedtime reading easier with the LED flexible bedside light or even enhance the mood in your bedroom with these natural white lights. The flexibility of these lights allows you to bend them to light up wherever needed.

  • Flexible head
  • Natural white light
  • Easy to install
  • 30, 000 hours power time
  • Lighting Brand:Sycamore Lighting
  • SKU:SY7307
  • Wattage:3
  • Voltage:240V
  • Finish:Stainless Steel
  • Colour:Natural White
  • Colour Temperature:Natural White - 4500K
  • Average Lamp Life:30,000hrs
  • Dimmable:Yes
  • IP Rating:IP20
  • Lamp Base:LED
  • Halogen Equivalent:20 Watt
  • Cable Length:1.5m

3W Dimmable LED Flexible Bedside Light


This stylish and modern bedside lights features natural white LED encased in a frosted glass cover. The LED is also dimmable using the integrated knob, perfect for situating by a bedside for use as a reading light. The bedside light is mains voltage, eliminating the need for a power converter. Never get out of bed to turn the light off again as the lights can be fitted with a switch right next to them. Their simple yet flawless design will give any bedroom a look of completion -  as well as some much needed additional brightness. 

Technical Specs

  • Dimmbale LED Flexible Bedside Light
  • Luminous efficacy: 25 lm/W
  • Colour rendering index: Ra 75
  • No LED driver required

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Asked byPaul01/03/2018


does this lamp plug into a UK mains socket or does it need to be wired to a lighting circuit?

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This light is hard wired into the mains.

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Answered by 05/03/2018
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Asked byIain08/09/2017

Do the dimmer doesn't include an on off switch?

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The dimmer comes complete with a on/ off switch in the centre

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Answered by 27/09/2017
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