Hardwired or Plug-In Reversible 5x/1x Wall-Mount Makeup Mirror - 4 Finishes
Hardwired or Plug-In Reversible 5x/1x Wall-Mount Makeup Mirror - 4 Finishes Shown with Optional Hardwired or Plug-In Reversible 5x/1x Wall-Mount Makeup Mirror - 4 Finishes

Jerdon Hardwired or Plug-In Reversible 5x/1x Wall-Mount Makeup Mirror - 4 Finishes

Seattle Luxe is an authorized Jerdon dealer.
SeattleLuxe # 21448 MFR # JD00001100016




                        
    

List Price: $97.00

Price $79.99

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Features

  • 5x Magnification make up mirror reverses to 1x - no magnification.
  • Extends to 14" from the wall on its extension arm. Mirror diameter: 8".
  • 25 Watt incandescent illumination duplicates most indoor lighting conditions.
  • Hardwired or Plug-In - each model has a rocker switch on the mounting plate - no separate switch is required.
  • High Style Bronze, Polished Chrome, Matte Nickel, or Polished Brass finishes. 1-Year manufacturer's warranty.
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Hardwired or plug-in - your choice. Used in luxury day spas and in luxury hotels this make-up mirror, finished in your choice of Polished Brass, Polished Chrome, Matte Nickel, or high-style Bronze, it's fog-free and has a magnification power of 5x that reverses to a no magnification mirror. Both the hard-wired and plug-in models have a rotating on-off switch on the mounting plate. Illumination is by a "regular" 25-Watt incandescent bulb that works with the mirror design to yield a halo effect. The single extension arm will bring the mirror out to 14" from the wall and can be swiveled left-to-right quite easily as well as rotated at the mirror-base and flipped over in its yoke. It'd be hard to come up with a viewing angle that this mirror can't match. Choice of four finishes: Bronze, Polished Chrome, Matte Nickel, and Polished Brass. Polished Brass available only in Plug-In model.

Hardwired makeup mirrors should be installed by a licensed electrician. If near water both the hard-wired and plug-in models should be used in conjunction with a GFI circuit.