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Lighting Liberty with Lucifero’s Mini Incas

Among Lucifero’s lighting collection are the Mini Incas down lights, available as a Trimless fitting, and a trimmed Ceiling fitting.

Lighting Liberty with Lucifero’s Mini Incas


April 25th, 2015

Available in Australia through Gineico, Mini Incas by Lucifero’s fittings give designers a unique amount of lighting liberty, freedom and flexibility, through a very neat and clever pull out adjustable glove assembly with nearly full 360-degree rotation.

Mini Incas Trimless fixtures includes series of recessed directional down lights that can be fitted to the wall or ceiling. The range includes single, double, triple, or four spot versions. Similarly to the Mini Incas with the trim, the Trimless range also incoporates the ingenious feature that allows you to pull the globe down from the house, and tilt the globe up to 40 degrees. This also allows for a 355-degree rotation. With the Mini Inca down lights designers can effortlessly position and direct light – making them ideal for general low glare applications, but also for wall washing.

The Mini Incas trimmed Ceiling fitting is also available in single, double, triple or quad spot configuration. This Mini Incas family of recessed downlights is available with a number of colour combinations including white trim, black internal box and chrome globe baffle.

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