Séura has launched a wave of its brightest, slimmest, lightest and most energy-efficient lighted mirrors to date. Additionally, in this new lineup, the company has released a patent-pending, marine-grade mirror housing design that the company says brings game-changing functionality alongside several aesthetic improvements.
Serving individuals and commercial customers alike, Séura is well known for its customized lighted mirrors usable on a variety of projects including personal home, hotel and even larger building environments. The company’s mirrors are available for purchase on seura.com and through licensed resellers including Amazon, Houzz, Wayfair and more. Interested individuals can also contact the company directly for a detailed quote.
Séura’s Most Advanced Lighted Mirror to Date
The new housing helps safely position the light source closer to the mirror etch, which delivers up to twice the brightness while consuming 40% less energy compared to similar products. This newer evolution is also incredibly slim, reducing the mirror’s distance to the wall to only 1.5 inches for a sleeker, more elegant design, as stated by the company.
The marine-grade material, meanwhile, makes the mirror more resistant to mold, rust, bacteria, and corrosion, allowing the housing to withstand humid environments more effectively. The housing is also 50% lighter in weight for easier handling and supports a two-phase installation (housing first, mirror last), so the mirror is hung as the finishing touch to any job site.
This newest generation of mirrors also sport Radiant COB LED Technology, an advanced and highly efficient LED, which emit lights more smoothly and evenly, according to Séura.
“Our goal with this innovation was to deliver exponential value to our customers in terms of functional performance, aesthetics, ease of installation, and sustainability,” said Rob Emberley, President of Séura. “This next generation of Séura Lighted Mirrors delivers an elevated user experience and integrates seamlessly into any design.”
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