The Edison the Grand is indeed beautiful, but wins you over with inner beauty and shines outwardly with the most modern LED-technology.
The overdimensioned Edison the Grand owes its name to the inventor of the lightbulb (1879): Thomas Edison. The inner value of Edison the Grand would probably make the real Edison proud.
The Edison the Grand shines with the most modern LED-technology. The splash and UV-resistant housing predestines Edison the Grand for outdoor use. Edison the Grand is dimmable in three phases and has a 14W LED globe (2700 kelvin). The infrared remote control helps you effortlessly adjust the lighting strength from a distance.
The lamp includes a 7 m cable.