Hudson Reed - Lincoln Mirror Cabinet with LED Light, Motion Sensor, Shaving Socket & Digital Clock
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Hudson Reed - Lincoln Mirror Cabinet with LED Light, Motion Sensor, Shaving Socket & Digital Clock - LQ057
The Lincoln mirror cabinet with motion Sensor, Backlit Mirror with Digital Clock and Shaver Socket from Hudson Reed, bring modern design and contemporary good looks to your bathroom. Stunning design and looks are coupled with an outstanding amount of practical features - motion sensor lighting, shaving socket and a digital clock help to make this mirror to be one of the most desired in the collection. Manufactured to the highest standards with film backed glass for added safety and a 12 month guarantee.
Dimensions - (H) 500mm x (W) 800mm x (D) 150mm
Product Code - LQ057
Brand - Hudson Reed
Film backed glass mirror for added safety
Motion sensor technology
2 x 550mm white LED strips, 12v, 15.84w.
Mirrored on inside of doors
Acrylic shade for the lights
Clean elegant contemporary design
Manufactured to the Highest Standards
12 Month Guarantee
Installing electrical products in bathrooms
This product must be installed in accordance with the latest
version of BS7671: 2008. If in any doubt consult a qualified
electrician. IPX4 SPLASH PROOF – All our mirrors, cabinets (fitted with a
light) are splash proof and suitable for zone 2
Zone 0 is the smallest volume that contains the bathtub, shower basin, etc.
Zone 1 is the area above Zone 0, up to a height of 2.25 m above the floor.
Zone 2 is the area above Zone 1 up to a height of 3 m, as well as the area that is horizontally within 0.6 m from Zone 1.
If the space under the bath cannot be accessed without using a tool, then that space is considered un-zoned.
Safety is the main concern when considering bathroom lighting. Bathrooms
are divided into Zones 0, 1 and 2, based on their like exposure to
water. Only use light fittings in the zone for which they are designed.
Diffused ceiling or wall lights are a good option. The main light should
be switched on by a pull cord or a switch outside the bathroom. Please
note: The classification of bathroom zones has changed. Zone 3 no longer
exists, but references to it may still appear on product packaging.