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ORSALA LED work lamp, dimmable white

Price ¥ 7999
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Product features
DimmableAdjustable white tones

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Your perfect workmate when you need to study, read a book or do work that requires both bright and comfortable light. Adjustable arm, dimmer and a wide range of light colours make the lamp flexible.

Article Number304.829.07

Product details

ORSALA work lamp provides flicker-free lighting that minimises eye fatigue and is ideal for studying, reading and work.

CRI> 90, which means that the product provides a light close to natural daylight for true colour rendering and colour consistency. Perfect if you like to paint or do other crafts.

The lamp head and lamp arm are flexible, which makes it easy to adjust the angle of the light to suit your needs – and your eyes.

You can easily change the brightness and colour by quickly pressing and turning the power button. To turn the work light off, press the power button longer.

A memory feature means that the light colour and brightness are the same the next time you turn the work light on.

You can charge your mobile phone or other devices through the built-in USB port in the lamp.

The LED light source consumes up to 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

The lamp stands steady since it has a weight in the lamp base.


K Gouriou/H-K Heikkilä

  • Built-in LED light source.

    Both adjustable joints have a stop position. Carefully adjust the lamp arm and head, and do not continue to adjust them after reaching the stop position.

    LED life time approx. 25.000 hours.

    The light colour can be varied between 2700 Kelvin (warm white) and 5000 Kelvin (cold daylight).

  • Material
    Base/ Shade:
    ABS plastic
    Cast iron
    Acrylic plastic
    Aluminium, Paint
  • Assembly instructionsORSALA LED work lamp304.829.07


Luminous flux: 1000 lm

Shade width: 18 cm

Height: 45 cm

Base diameter: 18 cm

Cord length: 2.0 m

Power: 18 W

Estimated lifetime: 25000 hr

  • ORSALAArticle Number304.829.07

    Width: 39 cm

    Height: 6 cm

    Length: 47 cm

    Weight: 2.88 kg

    Package(s): 1

ORSALA LED work lamp, dimmable white

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