Hettich’s™ Magic Lighting Systems are unique, innovative and energy efficient.
November 21st, 2008
Hettich’s Magic Lighting Systems are unique, innovative and energy efficient. Featuring the latest in European designs, Magic lights are the perfect compliment for any design. The magic range features LED and Halogen technology, for cool and environmentally friendly lighting. With a solution for every project – including kitchen lighting, floor lighting, wardrobe lighting, spot lighting, feature lighting, wall lighting, touch sensors and remote control switches – Magic has something for everyone.
Various: Various – see catalogue online at www.hettich.com.au for technical specifications
Delivery time: Dependant on Project Size
Applications: Kitchen, Bathroom, Floors, Wardrobes, Home Office, Shopfitting, Retail
Variations: Various – see catalogue online at www.hettich.com.au for technical specifications
Finish: Stainless Steel, Satin Chrome, Aluminium
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