Ranex Remote Control Colour Changing Table Lamp, White, Plastic, 130 x 160 x 150mm, 12v, GU5, Bulbs Included £33.95 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Moving Colours can be situated anywhere in a room and is the perfect way to create your own mood lighting with different combinations of colour. Simply point the remote at the lamp and select the colour you want, or alternatively select a cycle of moving colours. Perfect for dinner parties, romantic nights in or even just a chill out after work.

Ranex and XQ-lite is the company brand of TEVEA B.V company which was founded in the Netherlands in the early 1980’s. In the beginning the assortment consisted of a few dozen products. At this moment TEVEA sells more than a thousand different products in various countries such as The Netherlands, Germany, France, Greece and of course the United Kingdom. The number of countries to which products are exported is continually expanding.

Product development and design are controlled by TEVEA BV to ensure the best quality reaches the customer. The quality of the Ranex products is guaranteed by way of in-house technical service departments which inspect and test all products before they are added to the Ranex assortment.

Ranex is always looking for innovative products, The assortment consists of the following product groups: indoor and outdoor lighting, and light sources (XQ-lite) such as energy saving bulbs, led bulbs and eco halogen bulbs.
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# 1 x moving colours lamp
# 12V transformer plug
# 1 x instructions
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Hmm, "0.35 watts" Looks interesting but it's not going to be very bright. Some people complain that the Philips Living colours lights are too dim and they are 15 watts.

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