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Lumina 2 Banner Stand Lighting
Lumina 2 Banner Stand Lighting


 

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Reg Price: $79.00
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Product Code: LUMINA2


Lumina 2 banner stand PowerSpot

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Lumina 2 Banner Stand Lighting

Lumina 2 banner stand lighting (For use with banner stands only) are low voltage 50 watt "slender" spotlights with a curved arm and adjustable head, that mounts to a vertical pole. Available in an attractive brushed stainless steel finish. Light includes 110 volt UL approved transformer, 50 watt bulb and pole clamp. This spotlight is the perfect accessory for your banner stand! 12" long (304.8 mm) from end to end.

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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Pull Up banner lighting April 17, 2018
Reviewer: Juanita Vaughn from Johnson City, TN United States  
Same comments as above, I can't say enough about how great Samantha was during my order process.  I've been in customer service for 35 years and this isn't something you can teach to someone.  You either have it or you don't and Samantha definitely is made for this type of work.  She's awesome!!!  She deserves to be recognized for her outstanding customer service.

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Perfect lighting for show banners July 12, 2016
Reviewer: Tami Burton from Portsmouth , RI United States  
I have purchased 5 of these and they all work great and provide great illumination.

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Lumina 2 banner power spotlight July 15, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Union City, CA United States  
The halogen spotlights get too hot to handle without a glove. It just seems to me to be a fire hazard.

  **Note from tradeshow-stuff.com: Like any light bulb, halogens will get hot and will need to cool before handling, however they are not considered a fire hazard. The standard 50W halogen bulb can easily be replaced with a MR16 LED bulb which will be significantly cooler.**

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