As part of our commitment to trying to look after as many of our products from the past as part of our commitment to service, and of course supporting the right to repair movement. We have been searching through our shelving recently and managed to find some spare parts for the Anglepoise Apex 90 products. Despite not making this product for over 15 years, we would like to offer you these spares free of charge for personal use in helping to get your product back in working order again. Please note that as nearly all of these spares will require rewiring the product in some way and this work must be completed by a qualified electrician.
In the shade area we can offer a swivel joint (and a replacement bracket if required - although this is likely to still be in a suitable state to use.) This is the black part in the centre of the image:
We now only have the component in grey, but please contact us asking for a swivel joint in grey, and we can send it to you.
The next part of the Anglepoise Apex 90 we can supply is the centre joint shown in the image here:
Again we only have this centre joint in grey and currently don't have any replacement screws. But you should be able to use the screws from the components that you are replacing. Please just ask for a centre joint, and we can send a set to you.
The next main part of the lamp is around the lower fork and springs. The components in black can be replaced.
The first part here is the lower spring anchor that attaches to the lower arm.
Then we have the linkage parts which attach the lower spring anchor above, connecting everything to the front arms.
Finally, we have the adjuster wheels. These are unlikely to be damaged, but these can easily be replaced.
Hopefully these parts will be useful in keeping your Anglepoise Apex 90 going for many more years and generations to come. Please contact us here specifying the component you require. We can send to you and then its over to you for happy repairing. Please again however note that as nearly all of these spares will require rewiring the product in some way that this work must be completed by a qualified electrician.