"Very nice and cheap light (my words) which looks very nice (wifes words). Need I say more? We're both are happy with the light. It was very easy to install. JUst push the cables in - no screws required. Though this can backfire sometimes. Then you need to screw the earth cable onto a short screw. Overall I was happy with the purchase and looks a good quality. I would recommend"
"Fitted quite a few of these, normally with an 11 or 15 watt energy saving lamp. Though luminaire states 11 watt CFL or 60 watt traditional lamp max, I have never had a problem with heat or lamp longevity using 15 watts."
"Great lights for halls, landings, bathrooms etc. Look very smart for the price. Light bulb is less visible than similar lights - gives a nice smooth glow. Have fitted several now to replace outdated lights"
"Pretty good value light here but note that the back fits flush with ceiling so you need to remove the ceiling rose to make it fit. The thing i did NOT like about this is there are NO terminals for the wires - you just push them in - i dont like that - does not feel secure or safe. Works well after 2 months but would prefer screw terminals for safety"
"As an electrician with a tight customer base, I get through, quite a few of these. The overall quality is good, with a proper powder coated metal and glass construction that lasts. The only problem I have with them is the poor design with regards to installation. They use a strange push connector type deal for line and neutral, which sounds like it should save time, but is in fact a complete pain. for a start its very small and you struggle to get a 1.5mm cable in. The earth connection is an even bigger faff. Trying to pre bend a loop of copper round a tiny screw and between a couple or serrated washers within such a small working space is infuriating, whats wrong with a simple and cheap connector block just like any other fitting?! once you have the cables attached you've got to get the covering cheapo plastic cover back on, this is when you find that there's not not enough room for it. because you've had to use solid core cable they now won't physically bend tight enough to accommodate the cover. meaning you'll have to mash at the wires with a screwdriver of similar to squash them into submission, meaning you'll either damage the insulation or pull the wires from the flimsy push connectors.
to summarize, the finished look is awesome for the price, but what you save in money, you'll lose in installation time."
"I bought the ceiling light because I only had 10cm clearance between the ceiling and the top of the opening wardrobe doors. Having considered various products upto £50, this was only £6.50 and was easily as nice looking. Given the fact that it then was of equal quality and design to other more expensive ones, I am very pleased. (And so is the missus who thought it was the more expensive one - don't tell her!)"
"I do repairs for a letting agent and this fitting fits the bill with regards to quality and cost This is cost effective when doing this typ of work my only niggle and a very small one is the lampholder terminationg are push fit so very hard to get a flex to connect other than that very pleased"