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V-Light Desk Lamps
There are a wide variety of desk lamps to choose from, and V-Light produces a model for nearly any task. When picking the right V-Light desk lamp, it's important to consider the type of work and size of the workspace as well as the brightness of the lamp. Bulb style and wattage are also important to consider. Staples has a range of desk lamps for you to find the right one.
Choosing the Right V-Light Desk Lamp for Every Desk Students and employees who do a significant amount of computer work need a model that provides extra light to the side of the computer where books and notepads are used. Anyone who works with large drawings, blueprints or maps needs a light with a long swing arm that easily reaches the extent of a work bench or table.
Key Advantages of V-Light Desk Lamp Styles Desk lamps types include swing arm, bar, gooseneck, clip and bankers. Bar and manager styles provide light to a wide area and are ideal for large single-task desks in dark spaces since they provide plenty of light. Most models have broad, sturdy bases, and some are height adjustable. Gooseneck, swing arm and architect models offer flexible options, and they work well in small spaces or on desks that do double duty. Flexible arm styles are ideal for employees or students who do a variety of different tasks including reading, writing and computer work since they can be adjusted to any angle and height.
What is the Best V-light Lamp for Studying? For long hours of studying, an adjustable V-Lite lamp is a good choice. Models with tilting or telescoping necks let users control the direction and height of the light and point it where it's most needed. Lamps with dimmers or three-way switches provide bright light for detailed tasks and more diffuse light for soft illumination. If you study with a computer or laptop, brightness level is important. To minimize glare and eye-strain, the lamp should produce a good amount of light but less than the computer monitor. Around 500 lumens is ideal for working in front of a monitor.
How do you Pick the Right Lightbulb for a V-Light Lamp? Choosing the right lightbulb can reduce eyestrain, especially if you're doing a lot of reading and writing. The style and wattage of bulb depends on the type of lamp, so be sure to check the manual or bottom of the lamp for specific information. Size, style and wattage are also printed on most bulbs and LED strips. In many cases, CFLs, LEDs and incandescent bulbs are interchangeable, and users can even purchase modern CFLs and LEDs in vintage styles that look like antique bulbs. But some styles, such as strip lights, are only available as LEDs.
Are Incandescent Bulbs, Full Spectrum, LED or Compact Florescent Bulbs Better for V-Light Lamps? Light bulbs come in a variety of shapes, wattage and brightness. In general, CFL and LED lamps use less wattage than their incandescent counterparts but can produce just as much light and are more energy efficient. While incandescent models are less expensive per bulb, they burn out faster and need to be replaced more often. CFLs have significantly longer life spans and use less energy than incandescent lights, and LEDs have the longest life span and use the least amount of energy of them all. Full spectrum lights use more energy in general, but the light they produce is the same as sunlight so they are ideal for anyone who has difficulty seeing in artificial light.