Marquee LED Mirrors


Description

Your mirror should reflect more than just your image—it should be a reflection of your lifestyle. The Marquee Series of LED Mirrors incorporates brilliant supplemental LED light, warmly diffused by frosted glass, into stylish mirror designs worthy of the Golden Era of Hollywood. These wall-mounted models are as functional as they are elegant. 

  • Projected LED bulb lifetime of 50,000 hours 
  • Hardwired installation (120 VAC) ensures no visible cords or plugs 
  • 2-year manufacturer's warranty

 


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What voltage are the lighted mirrors?

The voltage for all models is 120 Volts.

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Can the lighted mirrors be installed vertically, horizontally, or both?

The Marquee Series LED Mirrors are switchable and can be installed either vertically or horizontally.

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    If I lose power, do I need to turn the light back on with the touch-activated on/off switch?

    Yes. Anytime that the power source is interrupted, the light will need to be activated again with the touch-activated on/off button on the mirror's surface. 

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    What is the CRI - Color Rendering Index - of the LED mirror lights?

    Color Rendering Index (CRI) is a measure of a light sources ability to faithfully reveal the colors of an object or surface in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. This rating is measured on a scale of 0 to 100. The CRI for our LED mirrors is 90+, making for very accurate lighting.

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    How long do the LED lightbulbs last?

    The expected LED lifetime is about 50,000 hours.

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