Pair of Concord / Rotaflex Super Jet Reading Lamps by Robert Heritage 1969

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Winner of one of the two CoID Design Awards which Robert Heritage received in 1969, these are good examples of the “Super Jet” light, for Concord Lighting International (a division of Rotaflex). They are low voltage, small (6cm x 6cm x 15cm) reading lamps, each with an anodised aluminium eyeball for the shade and a rectangular body made of polypropylene. They are made to be wall-mountable (two brackets are included for this purpose) or are usable as free-steanding desk lamps. Whichever way they are employed, they are design classics, and it’s easy to see why.

Both of these lamps are in good condition, and have their original spiral inserts in the ahde, but have some signs of wear and age, particularly on the eyeballs which have some surface scuffs from use. In addition, it should be noied that one of the pair has an extremely short power lead, which might require replacing or using with an extension. Offers are invited for the pair.

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