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    Hector Bibendum 1 Pendant Light

    Product code: N/A

    £149.00£116.22 inc. VAT

    General –
    Brand: Peter Bowles
    Designer: Davey Lighting

    Dimensions –
    Height: 125mm
    Width: 130mm Ø
    Depth: –
    Minimum Drop: 320mm
    Maximum Drop: 1480mm
    Weight: 1kg

    Electrical –
    Light Source: LED
    Lamp Type: E27
    Wattage: 11W
    Number of Lamps: 1
    Lumens: Lamp Dependent
    Kelvins: Lamp Dependent
    CRI: Lamp Dependent
    Beam Degree: Lamp Dependent
    Driver Required: –
    Switched: –
    Dimmable: Lamp Dependent
    Dimming Type: Lamp Dependent
    Voltage: 230V
    IP Rating: IP20

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    Description

    The Hector Bibendum, designed by Sir Terence Conran to celebrate Original BTC’s 21st birthday and the Michelin building’s centenary, is a fresh take on the Original BTC Hector light. With a white, layered shade and colourful cotton-braided flex, this is a stylish light for the home. Available as a pendant light in different sizes.

    General –
    Brand: Peter Bowles
    Designer: Davey Lighting

    Dimensions –
    Height: 125mm
    Width: 130mm Ø
    Depth: –
    Minimum Drop: 320mm
    Maximum Drop: 1480mm
    Weight: 1kg

    Electrical –
    Light Source: LED
    Lamp Type: E27
    Wattage: 11W
    Number of Lamps: 1
    Lumens: Lamp Dependent
    Kelvins: Lamp Dependent
    CRI: Lamp Dependent
    Beam Degree: Lamp Dependent
    Driver Required: –
    Switched: –
    Dimmable: Lamp Dependent
    Dimming Type: Lamp Dependent
    Voltage: 230V
    IP Rating: IP20

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    Product Spec Sheet

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