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iHome Table Lamp with Charging Dock for iPod, iPhone, and iPad IHLC120

by iHome
2.4 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews

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  • Universal dock charges iPad, iPhone, and docking iPod models
  • Touch sensitive on/off dimmer
  • USB charging port for charging Android and other devices
  • White linen fabric shade
  • Rubberized device rest
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Product Description

This iHome table lamp isn't your everyday table lamp. Not only can you dock your iPhone, iPod or iPad right on its base, but you can also charge your other USB devices at the same time! The iHLC120 Features a built in Apple Charging Dock plus a USB charging port. This is a perfect bedside night table lamp. Plug in all your devices and have them fully charged when you wake up. The lamp stands 22 Inches tall and has a 10 inch diameter fabric shade. It uses up to a 60 watt E26 medium base bulb or CFL equivalent.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.4 x 21.9 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B009AZNWOC
  • Item model number: iHLC120FD-53
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #604,038 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a nice looking modern touch lamp especially with the iPod attached to it to charge. It looks exactly as pictured. Even though it arrived appearing in good condition & from what I can tell, the shade seemed safe, secure & undamaged, it is however slightly crooked. I've tried adjusting the shade on the base & adjusting the tension on the plastic bulb nut that holds the shade in place, without success.

Despite having a bright white shade & using a bulb wattage slightly higher than recommend (60W is recommended, I have a 75W in place), the light it produces is not very bright. It is not good light to work by; it is good for soft room lighting & it does a fine job at that. The base is sturdy which is a huge plus in my very active household; it is not likely to be knocked over easily.

On the back where the power cord comes out, there is a convenient USB port & a USB mode switch. The switch (A) is so you can charge iPads, iPhones, iPods etc. Switching it to B allows you to charge other USB devices.

The touch feature is a bit annoying. Unlike the pretty little glass touch lamps that are super sensitive, this lamp has a delayed response. Enough so that I find myself touching it again, just as it kicks on so then I end up turning it off & doing the same when attempting to turn it off.

Overall it is a nice enough lamp. Seems a bit overpriced for what you get. After all it's just a touch lamp with a charging dock. Nothing more. Nothing less. I have another iHome lamp (desk lamp) that has a speaker. It is designed to work with your iPod so you can listen to it while working. It features a goose neck, brighter light & smaller size. It however does not charge the device. It would be nice to have a iHome lamp that both allowed me to listen to my device & charge it. If I end up with a 3rd iHome lamp perhaps it will bring the best of both worlds.
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I have owned a few iHome products before, all docking music players, one of which is even a lamp, but before you buy this it should be noted there are no speakers on lamp, it will charge your iPod and other Apple products but do not expect it to play music. That is not to say it is not a worth wild purchase. I usually charge my iPod on my computer, but when it is not on, I usually find myself digging around for a cord to plug into the outlet to charge it. With the iHome Table Lamp, I have a charging center right in the middle of the room, no cords necessary. And thanks to the USB port, you can charge anything with a port (but you will have to hunt down the cord for those) and you can use the docker and the USB port to charge two devises at once.

The lamp is nice looking and should fit into most decors. But one drawback is that it is hard to actually turn the light on. Instead of a switch, there is a touch sensitive on / off button that is a bit sensitive. I usually have to go over it two to three times before the lamp is turned on. The light is also supposed to be a dimmer (by keeping your finger on the on / off button) but I was unable to get it to dim, maybe because I used an energy efficient light bulb which sometimes do not work with dimmer switches.
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I like this lamp a lot. The shade is nice and the overall design is pleasing. It's a little taller than I thought it would be, which is nice.

It does work great to charge the ipod, and the connector is well designed and constructed to minimize the risk that you'll bend something in the connectors when doing so. The look and feel is very nice, and it's easy to assemble.

My complaints are two. First, the lamp won't turn on or off, or dim, without the iphone being docked. While it might be a benefit to remind me to charge my phone, it's annoying to need the phone to operate the lamp--what if I'm on the phone and want light?

This gives rise to the second complaint. When I first used the lamp and discovered it seemed the phone was required to complete the circuit or something, I was very frustrated tapping all over the sensor area (Where was it? Nowhere was responsive.) to fire up the light. As nice as it is to have touch-sensitivity, I would prefer there be a hard switch or knob option when the sensor area seems oblivious to my tap-tapping variations.

[N.B. I have had the lamp for a few weeks, and it seems to be simply poorly assembled. With increasing frequency, I have found it responsive without the phone being docked. Similarly, though, there have been times when the phone was docked and the sensor did not operate. A sometimes-light is better than no lamp at all--and it is nice to have the charger. Still, I don't think I would choose this lamp or brand again given the temperamental performance.]
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I like the look and functionality of the chargers incorporated into the lamp, but I am still not able to consistently turn the lamps on and off easily without having to unplug them. Disappointed that it doesn't all work as advertised. The kids have a hard time using the dock, so I have had to attached usb cords to the back for their iPads.
All in all I will keep them, but I am glad I bought them at a discounted price.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This lamp's docking station successfully charged an iPad, iPhone and iPod. The 30 pin connector is the old style and will not fit the new iPhone 5. The lamp also has a USB charging plug in the rear, which will charge Apple devices (when the USB Mode Switch is in the "A" position) and other electronic devices (when the USB mode switch is in the "B" position.)

The lamp shade is made of a light colored fabric covering a thin plastic base and lets some light filter through. The instruction booklet states that the maximum wattage for the light bulb is 60 watts. A 60 watt incandescent bulb in this lamp did not give off enough light for me to easily read printed material, so I tried a 23 Watt CFL bulb (100 Watt equivalent) and it provided enough light for comfortable reading. Thus, this lamp could be used as bedside reading light and it could charge an iPhone at night which can double as an alarm clock - pretty convenient.

My problem with the lamp lies with the on-off switch for the light. It is a stationary button on the base at the very front of the lamp. The instructions state that the light is turned on "by tapping the touch sensitive dimmer" and to "hold the dimmer until the light reaches desired brightness." Unfortunately, tapping the switch did not always turn the light on and off and pressing on the button did absolutely nothing. The light does eventually turn on and off by tapping the switch; I just found its operation frustrating at times. A traditional on-off switch would have worked much better for me.

The bottom line here is that this lamp is convenient for charging Apple and other electronic devices, but the temperamental on-off lamp switch can make operating the lamp difficult at times.
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