Illuminants
Tradition
Trend & Design
The incandescent bulb is back!
The incandescent bulb is back!
Victoria Künig
16. December 2015
Victoria Künig

These new LED Retro lamps will not only leave nostalgia fans beaming, since the lamps combine the newest technology with traditional looks.

Of course, all of the advantages of LED technology remain included: low energy consumption, long life span, and environmentally friendly use. The extra warm light and the all-around beam angle complete the package and make the LED Retro lamps a genuine alternative.

All models of our newest LED technology are available to you in our current lamp catalogue.

Victoria Künig
Victoria Künig
Content & Publishing Management 2015-17

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