Specialist in festoon belts, indoor and outdoor lighting
Prickly lamp - 2W filament, dimmable (no E27 socket)
Do you think a barbed cable is beautiful for the garden, and you want to have the freedom to decide where the lamps on the cable are attached? Thanks to our self-developed "Fitting + LED" lamps you can create a unique product. You determine the distance between the lamps on the cable. These lamps do not have an E27 fitting, but you "prick" them on a loose wire without fittings, and then screw them on with a 10 mm Allen key.
These 2W warm white filament lamps are ideal for creating more atmosphere. The dimmable lamps are ideal for any application, because you can determine the light intensity of the lamps. This gives you the flexibility to customize the amount of light for every occasion by dimming the lamps or not. Filament is the latest development in the LED field. The beautiful, cozy atmosphere of the traditional incandescent lamp is imitated, but meanwhile you can use the benefits of LED lighting such as very low energy consumption and long life.
This progressive model uses LED lighting in a new way. This is because the lamp has no screw thread or sealing ring. Not only does this make the fitting smaller and tighter, it gives great ease of use through the 'plug and play' principle. You screw the fitting on your barbed wire without fittings and you are ready to create atmosphere. Furthermore, as a closed fitting, this lamp is guaranteed IP44 (this also applies to our standard barbed cables, by the way).
These lamps feature a virtually unbreakable polycarbonate shade. The lamps are energy efficient and have a long life.
Explanation of the light color
The light color of white lamps is expressed in Kelvin. 2000 Kelvin (2000K) is what we call "extra" warm white. It is similar to the color of candlelight, the light is a bit more yellowish. 2650 Kelvin is the color of the incandescent lamp, still warm white but somewhat less yellowish. The 6500 Kelvin lamps have a cold white color. The Kelvin is a spectrum where the lower the number, the warmer the color. We sometimes have customers who find the 2000K too warm, but on the other hand also customers who find the 2650K not warm enough. Fortunately, the vast majority of customers are satisfied with the initial choice they made for 1 of the two variants.