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SVALLET Work lamp, dark grey/white

Price £ 5
Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E14 globe opal white.

How to get it

This work lamp in recycled plastics has received the international design award Red Dot Award. It provides a functional directed light and is easy to match with the interior and move around in the home.

Article Number703.584.92

Product details

Provides a directed light that is great for reading.


Henrik Preutz

  • Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E14 globe opal white.

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)

    Dust the lamp with a duster.

  • This product bears the CE mark.
  • Assembly instructionsSVALLET Work lamp703.584.92


Max.: 8.6 W

Height: 35 cm

Base diameter: 16 cm

Shade diameter: 11 cm

Cord length: 200 cm

  • SVALLETArticle Number703.584.92

    Width: 16 cm

    Height: 14 cm

    Length: 26 cm

    Weight: 0.32 kg

    Package(s): 1


Price hikeVerified ReviewerIts disappointing when a price jumps so much. Now you buy one rather than in bulk. These are lovely little lamps, the light they give is lovely & warm. if u just found them you wont know how much cheaper they were. The only thing i dislike is the white cable, but its cheaper than alternatives so makes sense at original price point.3
As expectedVerified ReviewerVery simple4
Good value for moneyVerified ReviewerGood little lamp for the money does the job very well just enough light for bedroom5
Great buy!Verified ReviewerGreat buy!5
Gives a nice glowVerified ReviewerA useful product, you get what you pay for and the product gives out a nice light5
It worthsVerified ReviewerIt worths5
Desk lampVerified Reviewervery light to move. Loved the fact I could rest a drink in the cavity space and not knock it over. Great value for money and lovely as a desk lamp for the office or craft space.5
DifferentVerified ReviewerGood in bedroom5
Was not practical.Verified ReviewerWas not practical.1
Looks niceVerified ReviewerQuite flimsy and you can’t adjust the light direction . But it looks nice . Goes great on the desk we have3
Good value and nice, easyVerified ReviewerGood value and nice, easy to use .5
Great lightVerified ReviewerBrilliant for the money and plenty of light for working, just what I needed5
LampVerified ReviewerCheap and cheerful. Used in my daughters room as she doesn't like sleeping in the dark.4
Wow low cost perfect lampVerified ReviewerFantastic lamp for such small cost , used in boys bedroom so perfect for use5
cuteVerified ReviewerBudget friendly and works well5
excellent for the priceVerified ReviewerIdeal lamp for spare room, easy to assemble and quite stylish for the money5
Cheerful and cheapVerified ReviewerDoes exactly what I need it to do - small & lightweight lamp for use in home office; runs cool due to use of LED lamps.5
Great budget bedside lampVerified ReviewerGreat budget bedside lamp bought for sons bedroom. He loves it4
SuperbVerified ReviewerCheap and cheerful. Does what it says on the tin.5
Fantastic value!Verified ReviewerA really smart, useful lamp which I am using as a bedside light in my spare room. When my friends came to stay they were very impressed with it - it’s very stylish and does the job perfectly.5
SVALLET Work lamp, dark grey/white

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PET and PP, our most commonly used plastics

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Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“I wanted to design a little friend to have on the desk. A simple and stylish lamp that has character and personality ― and a design that fits everywhere. The construction is also simple with just two parts, the base and the lamp shade that you easily snap together. The translucent plastic we use lets a pleasant light through and I’ve also worked a lot on how the lamp is packaged to increase transport efficiency. It saves resources and allows us to push the price down.”

Designer Henrik Preutz