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First Choice Lighting £100 Voucher

To celebrate the (so-called) British summer we're giving one lucky winner the chance to get their hands on a sizzling £100 voucher to spend in the First Choice Lighting store. To be in with a chance of winning simply use the entry system below and either follow us on Facebook or sign-up to our maili...

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Posted in Lighting Advice By Thomas Baugh

Double Insulated Lights

Q: What are double insulated lights?

Double insulated lights are lights that do not require an earth wire.

These are typically required in older properties where the electrical circuit has not been earthed. If your property was built after 1970 it will tend to be earthed. Prior to 1970 being earthed w...

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Posted in Lighting Advice By Steven

IP Rating Guide

04/09/2015 18:51

An IP rating determines the level of protection that a product has been designed to withstand in terms of protection against physical objects (the first digit) and moisture/water ingress (the second digit). Please find below a chart which shows what an IP rating means:

IP Rating Guide

IP Rating Chart


When using an el...

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Posted in Lighting Advice By Chris

As safety regulations have developed over the years to help keep us safe and sound in our homes, so to has the variety of light fittings available to us to use in bathroom areas. When looking specifically at bathroom lighting for a project, you might come across terminology such as 'IP Rating' or 'Z...

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Posted By Amy

Lighting Trends: Copper

24/06/2014 16:34

Trends and fashion aren't just for clothes, shoes and accessories, trends in home design and interiors change from year to year too.   Over the last few years there's been an increasing movement in lighting towards metallic finishes such as polished chrome and brushed nickel.  This year the metal fi...

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Posted By Amy
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