This simple, robust garden spikelight is supplied with two spot lights but enables up to four to be attached to a single pole via a unique screw-on wheel system that allows easy angle adjustment of each light. Once fixed to the wheel from above or below, each spotlight can be adjusted to shine up or down in any direction using the new strengthened ‘swivel’ neck joint that adjusts via a serrated clamp.
The benefits of this are fantastic, as low planting can be highlighted at the same time as up-lighting smaller trees or garden statues. Alternatively, all spotlights can shine in the same direction to create a stronger light beam if preferred.
The ‘Ultra Spikelight 360’ is available in 240v and 12v in several variations including this elegant new ‘Garden green’ finish. All spotlight heads are supplied with a 1m length of cable.
- Materials: Powder Coated Aluminium
- Tempered Glass Diffusers
- 3mm Thick Aluminium Body
- Voltage: 240v
- Lamp Required: 2 x GU10 (240v)
- Max. Wattage: 50w 5w LED Recommended
- IP Rating: IP65
- Spike Length: 1000mm
- Rubber Cable Included: 2 Core (240v) 0.75mm² H05RN-F (1m per spotlight)
Coloured Dichroic Lenses – Instant Colour Options For Your Garden Lighting
To enhance and add unique character to any garden lighting scheme,Lumena uniquely offer 50mm Dichroic lenses as an optional extra. These lenses are simply inserted behind the clear glass lens of the outer cap and are held in place by a spring clip. Six colours are available: Blue, Green, Moonlight (light Blue),Purple,Red and Yellow. At a list price of £4.10 they are a low cost way to create totally unique lighting effects.
Anti-Glare Lenses, Honeycomb Filters & Restrictors
Honeycomb Louvres and Frosted Lenses are great ways to reduce glare from LED bulbs, supplied complete with a 50mm spring clip (optional). Both the “honeycomb” design and the frosted lens creates a more subtle, softer edge to the light beam rather than a harsh spot beam. A spot beam converter works in the opposite way, used to restrict the beam angle of the light, focusing the the light in a more concentrated ‘spot’ beam rather than a ‘flood’ beam with less light polution. The smaller the restrictor (10mm or 20mm) the smaller area the spot light will illuminate.