Trademark Home™ Sunlight 22" chrome desk lamp offers more vivid colors, better contrast for reading and sharp visibility which is designed to provide new lighting technology that simulates outdoor sunlight.
Lavish Home™ Sunlight 22" chrome desk lamp produces the light which is glare free, making it suitable for computer users as it helps to reduce eye strains. Lamp includes high-tech 1,300 lumen, 27-watt bulb and has temperature of 6500 K.
Chrome plastic lamps
Uses 1-27 W high-tech compact fluorescent bulbs (Included)
Dimensions: 7" x 9" x 22"
Lumens: 1300 lumens
With C.R.I.(color rendering index) of 80-85, gives as much light as an ordinary 150-watt bulb, but uses far less energy
Colors appear more vivid and true to life, black and white contrast is heightened for easier reading, the soft and pure white light is easy on the eyes as it spreads to clearly illuminate your personal space
Colors will be more vivid. Better contrast for reading, helps reduce eye strains, sharp visibility for more detail, glare free for computer use
Sunlight lamp will look good in any room in the house or in the office
Bulb can last up to 5000 hours, 5x longer than other bulbs- for years of normal use
It's great to be alive lamp! many people say that bright sunny days seem to have a cheerful and energizing effect, but that dreary, dark days make them feel blue
Now you can switch on the sunlight, indoors, everyday of the year
Certificates and standards: 2-UL recognized, CSA listed, ETL Listed
Flexible goose neck is fully adjustable to any angle, so you see more comfortably for reading, working, and all close-up tasks and hobbies
Simulate natural lighting on your desktop while providing extra visibility for your work with this Lavish Home deluxe sunlight desk lamp. This lamp uses a single 27-watt compact fluorescent bulb, making replacement simple, and its flexible goose-neck design ensures its easy to adjust to angles that meet your specific lighting needs.
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