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LED Lamps

LED Lamps

Don’t let your office be a prime location for a snooze-fest! Transform it into a functional space with style and brightness. What better way to incorporate both than with modern LED lamps? Our lamps don’t just provide spectacular task lighting, but also feature handy benefits that are included to assist you in your 9 to 5 stretch. Some contemporary features in our lamps may include the following: a magnifying lens, added reading light, a Bluetooth speaker, wireless charging base and convenient USB ports. Whether you’re using our LED lamps as a reading light, hobby lamp, office or bedroom light, we’re certain that they’ll boost your energy and enthusiasm for any undertaking.

What are the Benefits of LED Lights?

These modern, designer LED desk lamps are designed to replicate natural daylight, making them the perfect desk companion! With an ideal 5000 Kelvin color temperature, these lamps ensure that your eyes don't get tired after a long day of work. These LED lamps reduce eyestrain, feature a high CRI for accurate, vivid color rendering across the visible spectrum, and are flicker-free!

With absolutely no glares or shadows, these lamps are ideal for homeowners, business professionals, designers, architects, knitters, hobbyists and more. The three brightness levels are ideal for obtaining tailored task lighting. Perfect for reading, studying or relaxing, the interchangeable settings are perfect for any environment, any time of day. Lastly, our PureOptics™ LEDs are cost-efficient and last up to 15 years! They even use 85% less energy than incandescent lamps. Impressive, right?

What are Important LED Terms to Know?

Color Temperature – When you hear the term ‘color temperature,’ translate it to the color of the light. This is measured in Kelvins, so if a light has a high Kelvin level, it means that the light has a brighter white color.

Color Rendering Index (CRI) – Color Rendering Index only means a light’s ability to accurately show an object’s true color, with no discoloration or obscurity. Overall, you want a CRI of 85 or higher.

Lumens – This measures the brightness or amount of visible light. A high lumen level creates brighter whites and darker darks.

Wattage – Watts measure how much energy a light uses. Ideally, you want low wattage when shopping for lights.