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Integral LED Evofire IP65 Fire Rated Downlight £6.78 @ Toolstation - Free c&c
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Integral LED Evofire IP65 Fire Rated Downlight £6.78 @ Toolstation - Free c&c

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Posted 29th Sep
IP65 water-resistant and Fire Rated downlight, needed some new ones for the bathroom and these seemed like a steal. Thinnest bezel on the market as well at 1mm so will be completely flush with the ceiling
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Does anyone know where I can find a large cut out downlight (mines is 4 inches wide the hole in the ceiling)
nothingmuch29/09/2019 19:40

Does anyone know where I can find a large cut out downlight (mines is 4 …Does anyone know where I can find a large cut out downlight (mines is 4 inches wide the hole in the ceiling)


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nothingmuch29/09/2019 19:40

Does anyone know where I can find a large cut out downlight (mines is 4 …Does anyone know where I can find a large cut out downlight (mines is 4 inches wide the hole in the ceiling)


as noted above, they do the same fixture but with a wider bezel to accommodate larger cutouts.

They also do recessed, which hides the lamp a little better, and the ones without the insulation guard work well with Philips Hue GU10 lamps.

These are really good lights, i've fitted loads of them
Slightly cheeky but does anyone know how to replace the bulbs in these? we have them in our bathroom and i cant figure it out, do i just pull them down from the ceiling, dont want to damage them or have them hanging there
As a pro tradie, \i buy these all the time, then tell the client they are designer and add a 0 at the end of the price.
rogerhoare29/09/2019 21:56

Slightly cheeky but does anyone know how to replace the bulbs in these? we …Slightly cheeky but does anyone know how to replace the bulbs in these? we have them in our bathroom and i cant figure it out, do i just pull them down from the ceiling, dont want to damage them or have them hanging there


I reckon the bulb comes out from the "Inside" section, so pop the whole light fitting out from below (Watch the spring doesn't twang your finger!) then the bulb simply lifts out from the fitting. It has to be this way otherwise it wouldn't get it's water resistant IP65 rating.
rogerhoare29/09/2019 21:56

Slightly cheeky but does anyone know how to replace the bulbs in these? we …Slightly cheeky but does anyone know how to replace the bulbs in these? we have them in our bathroom and i cant figure it out, do i just pull them down from the ceiling, dont want to damage them or have them hanging there


The whole downlight pulls down, they are designed to have soft springs so they don't damage you ceiling when you take then down.
I replaced loads of my lighting with Integral LED products a couple of years back, they've all worked faultlessly. This is a steal IMO.
8ANNED29/09/2019 22:10

As a pro tradie, \i buy these all the time, then tell the client they are …As a pro tradie, \i buy these all the time, then tell the client they are designer and add a 0 at the end of the price.



And then the trades wonder why the rest of us think they are all dishonest chancers out to rip us off...

"As a pro con artist", more like.
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