Mood Light - Mood Light Classic Panel

Mood Light - Mood Light Classic Panel
  • Mood Light - Mood Light Classic Panel
  • Mood Light - Mood Light Classic Panel
With its large square panels that pulse and sweep in an infinite variety of colors, the Mood-Light brings a new dimension to atmospheric lighting. Create your own light scenarios and changing color combinations with the remote control. By changing the intensity of the primary colors red, green and blue you can blend unlimited color combinations.
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