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The Johnny B. Good suspension lamp was designed in the year 2002 by Ingo Maurer and Bernhard Dessecker.
Johnny B. Good is a pendant lamp reduced to the basics. It is made of glass, Teflon, synthetic materials, a long cable, and is equipped with a movable ring blind, that creates comfortable light and protects the onlooker's eye from being blinded.
The Johnny B. Good design lamp is available in two different versions, see "product versions". One model is manufactured with a sensor switch and a red electrical cable, and is applicable to rooms with ceilings up to 330 cm high (approx. 11 ft.). The other version has no sensor switch, thus is not dimmable, and is delivered with a transparent cable applicable to rooms with ceilings up to 550 cm high (approx. 18 ft.). Both versions are delivered including illuminant.
As solitary lamp, grouped together, or as a row above a bar, Johnny B. Good will never fail to impress! NOTE: The illuminant for this lamp is exclusively manufactured by Ingo Maurer and can be reordered at "accessories", if necessary.
Johnny B. Good without Sensor Switch
transparent / glass and teflon / for ceiling heights up to 550cm / with transparent cable, no sensor switch
|Colors||transparent/glass and teflon|
|Materials||Glas, Teflon, synthetic material|
Suspension Height: 420cm
Diameter Canopy: 14cm
Diameter Diffuser: 10cm
|Illuminant||1x Standard-Bulb E27/300W - energy efficency grade A++ - included|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E|
The luminaire is sold with a bulb of the energy class: A++
|Seal of Approval|| CE mark|
|Insulation|| Class II|
|Other Features|| Externally dimmable lamp|
Height adjustable lamp
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You'll find further information about energy labelling under "dimensions & additional info"