The “Big Brother” of the O-line range shows hidden depths

 

O-line 15 cm: generous capacity inside, expansive mirroring outside

At this year’s ISH trade fair, the Swiss market leader in the mirrored cabinet sector will introduce ARANGALINE illuminated mirrors – but it has another innovation this year too. Last year’s new de-velopment was the O-line, which will be supplemented in 2017 by the O-line 15 cm range of mirrored cabinets. Like the current O-line product, the O-line 15 cm scores well as an all-rounder, perfectly combining Schneider’s quality, good looks and price-awareness. The external design features that characterise this range are its expansive mirrored surfaces and the continuous light band section at the side – Schneider’s new trademark. Internally, the 15 cm (12.5 cm, see dimensioned sketch) depth of the mirrored cabinet allows plenty of freedom for individual use of the available space; the new O-line offers the optimum storage space solution. When space is this plentiful, it’s easy to create order.

Proven “Schneider” quality.
Cabinets made of long-lasting aluminium sections are a particularly good choice for mirrored cabinets used in bathrooms. The mirrored doors open and close on tried and tested soft-close hinges, while the heights of the glass shelves can also be steplessly adjusted to provide the level of convenience that is needed. Good lighting conditions are ensured by high-quality LEDs, whose colour temperature can be selected between warm white (3000 K) and cold white (4000 K) according to personal preference. By request, as an option the new O-line can also be supplied with separately switchable indirect base-level lighting. And finally, the O-line 15 cm (12.5 cm, see dimensioned sketch) is exceptionally flexible: this range of mirrored cabinets is available in many widths, from 50 to 150 cm. For surface and flush-mounted installations.

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The “Big Brother” of the O-line range shows hidden depths

 

O-line 15 cm: generous capacity inside, expansive mirroring outside

At this year’s ISH trade fair, the Swiss market leader in the mirrored cabinet sector will introduce ARANGALINE illuminated mirrors – but it has another innovation this year too. Last year’s new de-velopment was the O-line, which will be supplemented in 2017 by the O-line 15 cm range of mirrored cabinets. Like the current O-line product, the O-line 15 cm scores well as an all-rounder, perfectly combining Schneider’s quality, good looks and price-awareness. The external design features that characterise this range are its expansive mirrored surfaces and the continuous light band section at the side – Schneider’s new trademark. Internally, the 15 cm (12.5 cm, see dimensioned sketch) depth of the mirrored cabinet allows plenty of freedom for individual use of the available space; the new O-line offers the optimum storage space solution. When space is this plentiful, it’s easy to create order.

Proven “Schneider” quality.
Cabinets made of long-lasting aluminium sections are a particularly good choice for mirrored cabinets used in bathrooms. The mirrored doors open and close on tried and tested soft-close hinges, while the heights of the glass shelves can also be steplessly adjusted to provide the level of convenience that is needed. Good lighting conditions are ensured by high-quality LEDs, whose colour temperature can be selected between warm white (3000 K) and cold white (4000 K) according to personal preference. By request, as an option the new O-line can also be supplied with separately switchable indirect base-level lighting. And finally, the O-line 15 cm (12.5 cm, see dimensioned sketch) is exceptionally flexible: this range of mirrored cabinets is available in many widths, from 50 to 150 cm. For surface and flush-mounted installations.

O-line-15-cm_O15_LED_100_2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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