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Linolite fitting in situ

Linolite fitting in situ

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Despite the -4° Celsius I wanted to see how my construction would look. The result is much better than it looks on that photo.

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Manufacturer:Linolite and myself
Lamp
Lamp Type:Double Ended Tubular 284mm 60W coloured
Electrical
Wattage:max. 60 each (240W in total)
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Dimensions:1600mm (5 feet, 3 inches)

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Dec 04, 2019 at 07:02 AM Author: rjluna2
Cool

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Dec 05, 2019 at 02:31 PM Author: James
That's a very unique display, its a pity coloured striplights never became more popular. In the 1990s in France there used to be a chain of shops which was lit with the 1m long architectural striplights in transparent colours, and those looked spectacular. I never found anyone who made them though and wonder if it was a home-made thing by lacquering the clear lamps themselves.
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This is still a CFL- and LED-free zone!


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Dec 14, 2019 at 12:05 PM Author: Headgardener

That's a very unique display, its a pity coloured striplights never became more popular. In the 1990s in France there used to be a chain of shops which was lit with the 1m long architectural striplights in transparent colours, and those looked spectacular. I never found anyone who made them though and wonder if it was a home-made thing by lacquering the clear lamps themselves.

I would prefer lacquered clear lamps but the ones I have finally discovered upon clean up seem to be from the sixties. They were in Old Harrods removal boxes. My mum told me she got them from the electricity supplier when there was an adjustment in voltage in her neigbourhood as an exchange for the old lamps she used in festoon in the garden. The old ones still worked without any problem. That is why there are so many left. I think the adjustment must have been very little. Maybe 220 to 240?
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