Touchstrip for continuous dimming & on/off
control Optional occupancy sensor LEDs have a lifespan of 50,000 hours 35 LEDs Energy efficient 8.5 watt energy consumption Multiple mounting options Aluminum, plastic Extended warranty, see packaging for details
Bernie Turbo Series Energy-Saver Table Lamp
Featuring: Energy-efficient LEDs by Cree Light output of 1120 Lumens (equivalent to approximately one 80W Halogen Bulb) Tremendous reach with infinite positioning Extra-heavy, weighted base for stability Dimmer within easy reach Technical Specifications: Light Engine: Holtkoetter PC ...
Made of solid brass cast parts
finished in antique silver our retro desk lamp is designed with a triple-jointed arm and parabolic shade so light is cast downward to the task at hand. Modern tech details: 3-watt G9 LED socket; simple line switch. ...
A: The older you are, the more light you need. So someone older than 50 needs twice the light as a 25 year old. Older eyes are also much more sensitive to glare. It's important as you get older to find a lamp with a controlled beam of light. You probably want a dimmer that adjust to at least two different light levels, if not three.
Q: What's the difference between halogen lamps and LED desk lights?
A: A lamp with a 30 degree spread directs light to the spot you want to highlight without casting off stray light elsewhere. LED lights have the most controlled beams of light, and make great directional light sources. LED lamp will be less expensive to use than a halogen lamp. LED will cost more in the short term, but the cost to run it is much cheaper as it only uses 20 percent of the the energy of a halogen lamp. LED lamps rum much cooler to the touch than halogen.