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WAC Lighting Presented Decorative Luminaires featuring the new Ice LED Crystal Pendant

July 9, 2012 By: Nightclub & Bar


Ice is a new Italian crystal LED pendant hand molded of clear mouth blown glass with detailed artistry evoking the feeling of melting icicles.  The pendant uses five watts, has a CRI (coloring rendering index) of 70 and is offered in a 3500K CCT (correlated color temperature).

Designed with dual up light and down light LEDs, Genesis combines functional performance with ambient lighting for a truly unique pendant.  The pendant uses nine watts, has a CRI of 85 and is offered in a 3000K CCT.

Crafted with hand carved dimples, the new LED Gem is a solid crystal pendant that is meticulously designed with unparalleled elegance.  The pendant uses 3.4 watts, has a CRI of 80, and a CCT of 3000K.
Roxy features a beautiful, eye-catching design using LED technology to create millions of sparkles without the glare found in conventional light sources. The pendant uses 3.4 watts, has a CRI of 80 and is offered in a 3000K CCT.

Designed with a twist on exquisitely crafted strands of miniature faceted crystals, the Cascade LED pendant inspires curiosity and appreciation. The pendant uses 3.4 watts, has a CRI of 80 and is offered in a 3000K CCT.

The aerodynamic contours of the energy efficient LED Quest pendant make for a striking art piece.  The pendant uses 4.5 watts, has a CRI of 85 and is offered in a 3000K CCT.

Über’s glimmering translucent diffuser gently reveals light through distinctive die-cast metal fins for a brilliantly accented LED pendant.  The pendant uses 4.5 watts, has a CRI of 85 and is offered in a 3000K CCT.

All of the LED Pendants are backed by WAC Lighting’s 5-year warranty.

Nearly 90% of WAC Lighting products are fabricated to a component level, within a wholly owned zero-landfill manufacturing campus.
 


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