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prezzo Bomba (10 Magazzino di Germania) Lixada 150cm AC220V E27 Doppia testa Vintage Canapa corda appesa a soffitto

Lixada 150cm AC220V E27 Doppia testa Vintage Canapa corda appesa a soffitto

Industrial Retro Country Style Dining Hall Ristorante Bar Cafe Illuminazione Uso

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Le caratteristiche:

Non solo illuminazione ma anche decorazione della casa.
E27 base lampada, è possibile scegliere le lampadine con interfaccia E27 come si desidera.
Fatto di corda di canapa, la luce del ciondolo appare molto speciale e vintage.
È possibile legare diversi nodi creativi e unici come la vostra preferenza.
Perfetto per creare atmosfera calda e romantica per i vostri ristoranti, bar e caffè.

Gli appunti:
La lunghezza della fune si riferisce alla lunghezza totale delle 2 basi della lampada.

specifiche tecniche:
Tipo di base: E27 (Nessuna lampadina fornita)
Stile: Vintage
Potenza: 40W (Max)
Alimentazione: 220V
È incluso l'interruttore: No
Quantità di porta lampada: 2
Colore dell'articolo: Cammello
Materiale del corpo: Corda del canapa
Diametro della piastra di soffitto: 10cm / 3.9in
Diametro della corda: 2.5cm / 1.0in
Lunghezza della fune: 600cm / 19.7ft
Formato del pacchetto: 30.0 * 30.0 * 13.0cm / 11.8 * 11.8 * 5.1in (L * W * H)
Peso dell'articolo: 2200g / 4.9lb
Peso del pacchetto: 2550g / 5.6lb

Elenco dei pacchetti:
1 * Base della lampada a sospensione della corda
1 * Piastra di soffitto

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