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Ultra-Efficient 108 LED Magnifier Lamp - Large 7" x 6" Lens 5-Diopter

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  • Extra-large 7.5" x 6.25" rectangular glass lens, optical-quality 5-diopter magnification
  • 108 ultra-efficient LED produce eye-pleasing task lighting on less than 8-watts - last 100,000 hours
  • Heavy-duty clamp system holds firm to desk or tabletop up-to 2.5"-thick without damaging furniture
  • 36" triple-joint arm adjusts with feather touch and holds position without springs
  • Power switch located on lamp head for easy access, 72" power cord; UL listed

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Ultra-Efficient 108 LED Magnifier Lamp - Large 7" x 6" Lens 5-Diopter + Magnifier Lamp Work Light Mounting Bracket Clamp - Choose from 4 Styles Mount style: Side mount
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  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003R9UBD2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,848 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description



As we age, our eyes naturally lose some of their ability to focus close-in. A teenager can focus on objects as close as 3" but by age 50 that distance can increase to 18" - VERY frustrating when it limits your work or hobby. This premium-grade lamp is a simple and effective solution for seeing almost anything bigger, better and brighter. 36" triple-joint arm has unique internal cantilever system (not external springs like lesser lamps) that lets you adjust without loosening/tightening knobs - perfectly balanced to hold position (can be locked in position if necessary). Heavy-duty die-cast aluminum clamp with no-mark pad, nickel-plated steel screw fits surfaces to 2-1/2"-thick; easy to move remove and takes up just 2" of desk space. Extra-large 7.5" x 6.2" glass lens with 5-diopter (2.25X) magnification lets you see fine detail clearly but still has a practical focal range (distance of text or object from lens) of up to 7". 108 individual super-bright LED illuminate with pure white light without the heat build-up of incandescent or halogen and without the flicker of fluorescent. Consumes less than 8-watts power with estimated life of 100,000 hours. Conveniently-placed power switch on top of lamp head so it's easy to reach. Overall length 48", weight 11 lbs 72" 18AWG UL-listed power cord.


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Customer Reviews

Would recommend this product to anyone looking for a high quality lamp.
Gwen Evers
Make sure to clamp the light to a very sturdy surface, as the force on the base clamp will multiply exponentially with the amount of extension of the fixture.
Pj from Hollywood
So, this is not the lens you want for reading, but it should be great for electronics or hobby work.
Joe Zika

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Keith C. on October 4, 2012
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When looking for a magnifying lamp, I found there are a lot of options out there from around $50 to near $500. I'm sure you could spend $1500 if you worked at it. This one seems like a good compromise, not too expensive, not too cheap.

The item we're talking about here identifies itself as a Bourya Model 8069LED magnifier lamp. It does indeed have 108 LEDs, I counted. As others have noted, the magnifying head is big -- an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper won't quite cover it.

I was pleased with the packaging. The lamp came in an extra-heavy cardboard carton. The magnifying head was well-protected in a styrofoam clamshell and plastic bag. The rest of the lamp was guarded by more cardboard, styrofoam, plastic bags, and twist ties. Amazon packed it in a big box with an orbital sander, yet the lamp survived its journey unscathed.

One thing not included in the package was any kind of printed material. At first, the base clamp seemed to be missing from the package. It turned out to have been taped to one of the styrofoam pieces, and was just light enough to be easy to miss. A picture or a thousand words might have made this clear. I didn't really miss the usual warnings about not using the product in the bathtub, however.

I'm very happy with the magnification this lamp provides. The lens is huge, and is actually a compound lens. If you look at the lens edgewise, you'll see an inner disc-shaped lens surrounded by a larger doughnut-shaped lens. A quick search on "compound lens" will show why this is a good thing. Still, if you look at at 3.5" square piece of paper through this lens, you'll see some geometric and color distortion. The edges of the paper appear to curve inward and have a blue fringe.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Pj from Hollywood on September 27, 2012
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ON USAGE: First, I LOVE this lamp. It's the only type of lamp that can reach the middle of my curved Anthro Cart Console desk. It seems really well built! Now I can see resistor color codes with ease and work on electronics projects. And my 65+ year old eyes don't get tired after a long time using it.

USAGE: The plastic connector (it may have a metal insert, who knows) at the lamp head appears to me to possibly be a weak point. I don't want to take a chance on breaking it. So for me, instead of adjusting the arms by moving the lamp head alone up or down, I place one hand on the pivot point of the two arms and the other at the upper clamp assembly. Then adjust the angle up or down. That way there's no strain on the lamp head-to-post clamp and one can make sure that the main pivot point doesn't flex down instead of up.

Make sure to clamp the light to a very sturdy surface, as the force on the base clamp will multiply exponentially with the amount of extension of the fixture.

LENS COVER: Although there's no "click to stay open" feature with the lens cover, it does tend to stay up with the lamp head at approximately a 35 degree tilt down from horizontal. If it ultimately tends to fall (after a time of wear)from a "too steep position" a simple wooden cloths pin at the back of the hinge should do the trick without marring the plastic hinge. This is not a substitute for a hold-open feature, but it should work reasonably well.

WHAT THE HECK IS "PURE WHITE"? The color of the light on the product description is described as "pure white". This is description of reflective light when compared to another color or "the absence of color" but is very subjective, not factual. "Pure white" is a useless word when describing a light source.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Torsten Hoff on August 19, 2011
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I just received the lamp and hooked it up. It's a big improvement on the lamp I had, both in terms of lighting and optical performance.

The construction quality and design are pretty good, and the magnifying glass and light from the LEDs are excellent. The light is pleasantly bright and even, there is no electrical hum, the LEDs give off no heat, and there is no flicker.

The only disappointments are that the design of the arm was switched from a counter-weighted one to a spring-loaded one, and that the cover for the magnifying glass doesn't latch open using notches or friction from the hinges. If the magnifier is used with the lamp in a nearly vertical position, the cover won't stay open.

Overall I'm happy that I spent a little extra on this model and would recommend it to others.
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33 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Ken on December 20, 2011
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lamp received seemed to work very well, except the mounting bracket was missing, the lamp emblems were damaged, straches all over the lamp. The lamp was shipped inside a huge box, they could have placed 6 or more inside of the shipping box. The company refused to pay for return, it cost over $40.00 to return the lamp with insurance !!! They claimed they could not send a new one, this was the only lamp they had. Sad part about all this...no one seems to care that you loose money, they take there sweet time giving you Return Authorization, then you must wait until they receive the package back, then you wait for another 10 days to have your funds returned to your account..
VERY UNHAPPY WITH THIS PRODUCT only because they shipped out damaged goods and there return policy was bull-_-!!! .....

I lost money because I had to ship there damaged product back!
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