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If your office is a little stringent on adding personal flair to your desk, our posable lamp is probably low-key enough to fly under the radar. The arm of the lamp has three points of articulation, giving you a wide range of movement for finding the best angle, and the light emitted is in a narrow cone, which is perfect for precision work or late-night reading.
As well as the touch controls on the top surface, the base also features a USB port, giving you easily accessible charging for your phone, speaker or headphones. The first arm rotates 160 degrees on the base, and the second arm has a 225-degree range of movement, so whatever angle you need the light at, this lamp has got you covered.
While the base itself is already discreet, you can save even more space by using the supplied C-clip to firmly secure the lamp to the edge of your desk. The clip is tightened by a simple turning screw, so there’s no need for any additional tools to install it. You will need to buy a bulb separately – an E27 screw-fit golfball bulb is ideal here, but you can also invest in a smart LED bulb, which gives you multiple hue and temperature options,
The most obvious advantage of a desk lamp is that you will have more light to see what you’re doing, be it typing on a keyboard, or more analogue activities such as writing or drawing. That in itself is useful enough, but adequate lighting also offers a key health benefit: reducing eye strain and fatigue.
Among all visible lights, the blue-violet light is the most powerful, so we are afraid that it harms the human body. The reason why we emphasize the blue-violet light is that the energy of ultraviolet light is the highest in sunlight. As we all know that it is risky to expose ourselves to ultraviolet light, so we apply sunscreen and wear sunglasses in summer.
This slim desk lamp has a lot more going for it than just a reasonable price – though that is still a bonus, of course. The flexible neck allows for 360-degree movement, perfect for reaching those awkward angles and getting the lighting exactly right. The lamp is battery powered (charged by the provided USB cable), so can be used wirelessly, giving the added benefit of portability. That being said, the battery life isn’t spectacular, with users reporting between one and four hours of use after charging overnight. For the best performance, we would recommend keeping it plugged in.
Strobe means instability of light. The illumination of incandescent bulbs relies on high temperature, so it is not a strobe light. However, as for LEDs, the operating current of the light source changes as the input voltage fluctuates, which directly causes flashes of light, producing the stroboscopic effect. To minimize the effect, a good driver circuit and an anti-flicker circuit are indispensable.
On the customisation side of things, the simple touch controls give you the choice of five colour temperatures at ten brightness settings, which means there are 50 settings to try out in total. You can also set a timer for the lamp to automatically switch itself off after either 30 or 60 minutes, which is perfect for those late-night reading sessions.