Iconic beauty brand Benefit required a review of their existing lighting of their furniture, within Boots stores.
Inline with adhering to the latest Boots lighting specification (known as ‘V7’), Benefit was looking to replicate lighting within existing Boots units instore that had adopted V7.
- Store rollout including Boots Bradford, Western-Super-Mare, Oxford Street and Debenhams Newport
- 40% decrease in energy cost*
- Improved performance by switching from 3528 to the latest 4014 LED technology reducing the total amount of lighting being used
- Increased look and feel with improvement from 80 CRI to 90
*Reduced from 277.36W to 166.80W per unit
The brief was to revamp the current standard specification and bring it in-line with the current Boots V7 specification.
The goal of V7 is to reduce the energy consumption and replicate the existing light output of other units within the store that have moved to V7 specification.
Advance developed a range of products to suit requirements by working with our in house R&D department to provide the required specification. Advance designed and manufactured LED boards, which utilised standard Boots components and met Boots V7.
Advance worked closely with AM System to build a prototype unit which was approved by Boots and then rolled out across the estate as part of an ongoing store rollout.
The project was positively received by Boots and the supplier, AM System as well as the brand, Benefit.
Furthermore, the project resulted in an uplift of sales.