BRUMMIG LED table lamp, forest patterned
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This LED table lamp spreads a soft light that feels cosy and snug. It’s also tested to some of the world's toughest safety requirements. Does your child recognise all the forest animals?Article Number005.261.25
Maybe the table lamp’s playful motifs can inspire one or two bedtime stories?
Perfect light for a moment of playtime or storytelling before it's time to turn the lamp off and say goodnight.
Gives a soft mood light.
Safety tested and tamper-proof to protect little fingers.
S Edholm/L Ullenius
LED light bulb included.
The light bulb is pre-mounted but can be replaced when needed. Available as a spare part. For more information, contact IKEA customer services at your IKEA store or IKEA.com.
The lamp emits 200 lumen, which is equal to the light emitted by a 21-watt incandescent bulb.
The light source has a lifetime of approx. 25,000 hours. This corresponds to about 20 years if the lamp is on for 3 hours per day.
The included LED light source is replaceable.
Matches other products in the BRUMMIG and UPPSTÅ series.
- ABS plastic, Paint
- ABS plastic
Dust the lamp with a duster.
- All cords can present a strangulation hazard. Never place a corded product within reach of a child in a cot, crib or playpen.Recommended for ages from 3 years.This product bears the CE mark.
- Assembly instructionsBRUMMIG LED table lamp005.261.25Other documentsBRUMMIG LED table lamp005.261.25
Luminous flux: 200 lm
Height: 17 cm
Base diameter: 18 cm
Cord length: 1.8 m
Power: 3.0 W
- BRUMMIGArticle Number005.261.25
Width: 18 cm
Height: 17 cm
Length: 18 cm
Weight: 0.50 kg
“For us, there’s nothing better than being out in a forest – so much inspiration lies in the living room of animals. We’re all also dependent on it, so we must show respect. That’s why we decided to create a forest for children with this message. A colourful fantasy world where all animals love each other and play together. We hope children will like, play with and sleep close to the figures. Maybe they’ll also awaken curiosity and interest about the future of our forests?”