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Materials: Aluminum w/ matt finish, stainless steel Color outside: matt black Color inside: matt white Cord: cloth-covered, 3 or 5 meters (ca. 10 or 16,5 ft.), 8 colour choices Ceiling canopy: plastic, matt black Base: E 27 Light source: LED, Halogen, light bulb, fluorescent lamp (max. 70 Watts) Tilt angle: max. 125 degrees Swivel: 360 degrees Height: 165 millimeters Diameter: 200 millimeters Weight: 800 grams (ca. 28 ounces) Energy classes: This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++, A+, A, B, C, D, E

Tilt Globe emanates an open and soft light, and directs it exactly where it is needed. Easy, intuitive handling allows turning and swiveling the shade along its oblong opening in every direction. It works like a cupped reflector that you can freely move around the light source, thus gathering the light and directing it towards the space or object you want to illuminate. The matt finish of the metal shade, the guiding peg made from stainless steel as well as the cloth-covered cord make for a high-quality and classy appearance in every conceivable environment. A self-fastening hanging mechanism provides solid purchase and cleanly holds the lamp in position. Specifications Materials: Aluminum w/ matt finish, stainless steel Color outside: matt black, matt grey or matt white Color inside: matt white Cord: cloth-covered 8 colour choices (black, grey, white, red, light green, rose, light blue, beige) Length of cord: 3 or 5 meters (ca. 10 or 16,5 ft.) Ceiling canopy: plastic, matt black, matt grey or matt white
 Base: E 27 Light source: LED, Halogen, light bulb, fluorescent lamp (max. 70 Watts) Tilt angle: max. 125 degrees Swivel: 360 degrees Height: 165 millimeters Diameter: 200 millimeters Weight: 800 grams (ca. 28 ounces) Energy classes: This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++, A+, A, B, C, D, E


The Nyta brand was founded by three lighting designers who share a genuine passion for their craft: Fabian Maier, architect and lighting planer, Johannes Marmon and Johannes Müller, originally hailing from product design.