BLÅVINGAD LED wall lamp, turtle/green
How to get it
Maybe this cute turtle will spark your child’s imagination, taking them on underwater adventures? One thing is certain though – the wall lamp is tested to some of the world's toughest safety requirements.Article number905.386.90
The soft light is gentle on your child's eyes and is perfect as a night-light.
Goes nicely with other products from the BLÅVINGAD collection.
The light source 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 110 lumen, which is approximately equal to the light emitted by a 15-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.
Always secure the cord to the wall with the included cord fasteners.
Built-in LED light source.
- Polypropylene plastic (min. 50% recycled)
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
- All cords can present a strangulation hazard. Never place a corded product within reach of a child in a cot, crib or playpen.We know that children are extra sensitive, but not to worry. This product is completely free from chemicals that may harm your child's health.This lighting product has a low voltage and no sharp edges, small parts, hot surfaces, openings or hooks.
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Cord length: 2.0 m
Height: 7 cm
Length: 25 cm
Luminous flux: 138 lm
Power: 1.6 W
Width: 19 cm
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Width: 21 cm
Height: 8 cm
Length: 27 cm
Weight: 0.42 kg
Dive down into a world of wonders
Surfing dolphins, curious turtles and playful octopuses. The big deep sea is an enchanted world that triggers the imagination. It inspired us to create the BLÅVINGAD collection. Working with the project, we also realized that many children are worried about the oceans and their inhabitants.
“Children are engaged and well-informed about the pollution of the world’s oceans and how it affects the animals that live there. They want to do something about it and encourage us, adults, to do the same,” says child psychologist Dr Barbie Clarke. She regularly participates in the work with our Kid’s Advisory Panel, where we interview children in different countries about their opinions on various topics.
Mysteries below the surface
But what is it about the oceans that fascinates and engages children worldwide – even children that live hundreds of kilometres from the coast? “The deep seas and their inhabitants have always been part of myths and stories that we tell each other,” says Barbie. “It’s a world of its own under the surface, something mysterious and exciting that brings the imagination to life.”
Discover the world
Stories, games and movies about life in the deep sea give children access to a world that is different from their own everyday life. “When children are between 3 and 6 years old, they fantasize the most, and when they get a bit older, they want to learn facts and understand how the oceans work,” says Barbie. She adds that when children are absorbed by something, it’s more than a game; they forget their worries, explore the world and broaden their horizons – just like a giant blue whale that floats off to explore the sea.