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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by david, Apr 19, 2006.

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  1. david

    david Guest

    hi anybody found any lights fittings for zoon 2 in the bathroom not
    downlighters but must be cheap for rented houses as i cant find any at the
    moment thanks
  2. I have IKEA ones. They don't do my model any more, but
    they might still do some suitable, and they were very cheap.

    If you can't find anything specifically labelled as Zone 2,
    any IPX4 or higher rated fitting with no exposed metal parts
    should do. When searching, check in the outdoor lighting
    sections too, again checking for IPX4 (or better) with no
    exposed metalwork.
  3. david

    david Guest

    thanks what price did you pay for them ,ive looked at the outside ipx4 and
    they are not very nice for inside in a bathroom
  4. The IKEA ones would have been under £20, maybe as low as £10,
    but I don't recall now.
    That's true.
    I find lighting which is both aesthetically pleasing and
    designed with good technical compitence (e.g. IPx4, or low
    energy compatible, or whatever other quite reasonable
    requirements you might have) is very hard to find. Many of
    my own house lights I have made myself as a consequence.
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