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MAGnificent Floor & Table LED Magnifying Lamp

SKU : D25050

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The MAGnificent Lamp is ideal for all types of detailed work. 

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Product Description

The MAGnificent Lamp is ideal for all types of detailed work. This lamp is cleverly designed to be used as both a floor lamp (with 2 different height options) as well as a table lamp. The Daylight™ LEDs provide high contrast and accurate colour matching, making it easier and less tiring to read, work and see detail clearly. LEDs use very little energy. The large, semi-rimless 1.75X magnifying lens allows uninterrupted viewing of close up work.

Technical Spec
  • Light source: LED
  • Lux output at 15cm (6"): 1,850
  • Light colour temperature:  6,000°K
  • Energy consumption: 2.7W
  • Product colour: White
  • Product dimensions: 125 x 23  x 56  cm (49.2” x 9.1 ” x 22 ”)
  • Maximum Reach:  60cm (23.6”)
  • Product Weight: 3.5kg (7.7lbs)
  • Cable length: 1.8m (70.9”)
  • Lens size: 14.6cm (5.75”)
  • Magnification: 3 Diopter (1.75 X)
  • Extra magnification: no
  • Lens material: Acrylic
Key features

Key Features

  • Ideal for all types of detailed work
  • Height adjustable, can be used as a floor or table lamp
  • Lamp brightness: 1,850 Lux at 15cm (6")
  • Large 14.6cm (5¾") semi-rimless lens, 1.75X magnification for clear viewing of close up work
  • Flexible arm directs light exactly where you need it
  • Maximum height: Floor Lamp 125cm (49.2") and Table Lamp 50cm (20")
  • Daylight™ LEDs provide true colour matching
Disappointing construction Review by Sally
Treated myself to this lamp for cross-stitch work, used it twice and the pole's plastic screw-in connection shattered into 5 pieces, rendering it useless as a floor lamp now. The magnification is great and so is the light, but have my doubts about the pole construction holding up against the weight of the magnifying lamp when it's bent over.
(Posted on 2014-12-08 21:07:03)