Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the festive fairest of them all?

FROM Snow White to Justin Timberlake, mirrors have always enjoyed star status - especially at this time of year.

This festive season two leading lights of British business - both well-known specialists in their field - have formed their own eye-catching partnership.

Samuel Heath is well-known for its stylish and sophisticated bathroom products.

On the eve of its 200th birthday, the Birmingham-based company, with its design centre showroom at London’s Chelsea Harbour, is known for its quality craftsmanship and luxury, contemporary looks.

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Cumbria-based Marl International, meanwhile, has a worldwide reputation for high-end quality LED lighting products, and has been successfully supplying a range of industries from leisure to defence, transport to construction around the globe, for the last 40 years.

Now the two companies have collaborated on a new and improved product - a magnifying LED mirror, set to give the best close-up selfie view anyone can get, perfect for making sure you look your best over the festive and New Year party season.

The 5x magnifying mirrors, available in a range of housing colours and specifications, are fitted with Marl-manufactured printed circuit boards with 48 high power LEDs to give the best attention-to-detail view.

Fully waterproof, ideal as bathroom mirrors, and featuring Marl’s world famous LED lighting components which have more than a ten-year shelf life, you can make sure you are looking your best to 2030 and beyond.

Katie Higgins, or Marl International, said: “Our relationship with Samuel Heath has spanned over a decade and we look forward to continuing working with them for years to come.”

Marl International’s Core-Opto team: (from left): Michelle McGuffog, Harry Stainton and Katie Higgins.

Simon Richardson of Samuel Heath said: “We value our relationship with Marl who have supplied us with reliable components for many years. This allows us to design and distribute illuminated mirrors of the highest quality.”

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