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For further information on any of the products below visit Mantra in Hall 3 stand E2 @ Interiors UK 2012.


Mara - by Mantra www.mantralighting.co.uk


Some two years ago Mantra moved away from their core range of products and launched their first range of lighting with shades rather than exclusively glass. As the framework was as unique and elegant as any other Mantra product, it became an instant success. 2012 will witness the launch of their best range of fittings with fabric shades and will be available in Polished Chrome and French Gold finishes. With large shades, unique shape glass droplets and simple yet elegant framework, this collection has it all.


Flame - by Mantra www.mantralighting.co.uk


Thanks to the designers at Mantra and the latest engineering, traditional outdoor lighting has been turned into a new concept of sculptural lighting pieces that are a far cry from the conventional. This fantastic new range of outdoor lighting boasts over 60 items within 6 individual ranges. Many items are available in a rechargeable LED option, which is perfect when portable lighting is required to create an ambient mood setting. With many products also being used indoors to create impact, this truly is a versatile range of products.


As LED lighting gains dramatic pace, with its huge energy saving benefits and maximum lamp life, the team at Mantra have launched their first and most impressive range of LED lighting. Having opted to develop the range around 5W high powered GU10 lamps manufactured by Luxram, this impressive collection offers maximum benefits. By simply changing the lamps the full range of colour temperatures can be achieved, and with no external drivers there are fewer components to fail. The range is currently undergoing testing for its IP rating thus making the range also suitable for bathrooms or outdoor use.


Ora by Mantra www.mantralighting.co.uk


To be launched at the forthcoming Interiors UK exhibition, this collection boasts being the most technically challenging collection to be designed by Mantra. The structures are made by the very latest ABS injection moulding, which provides quality, strength and lightness. This Avant-garde design is powered by low energy fluorescent lamps and the full collection is available in a gloss black, red & white finish for the perfect colour coordination. The real show stoppers are the fibre glass bodied floor lamp standing at 1.9m tall powered and the extraordinary 1m diameter 12 light pendant.


Eclipse - by Mantra www.mantralighting.co.uk


Mantra has a strong reputation for being the leading designers in glass shades and artistic bending of metalwork. This range is the latest edition to this category, and is further enhanced by its value for money as it offers up to a 25% saving over other collections. The collection consists of 12 items, which are all available in Polished Chrome and Black Chrome finish. This is also one of the first ranges that is now being supplied with the energy saving 33W Osram G9 lamps offering consumers an instant 20% saving on their energy consumption.


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Estalacta - by Mantra www.mantralighting.co.uk


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