|Item Weight||12 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 14 x 71 inches|
|Item model number||7202-22|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Incandescent|
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Adesso 7202-22 Piedmont Torchiere with Adjustable Reading Lamp, Steel
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It was really simple to assemble; all you have to do is twist the poles and the shades into place with no additional tools. The shades are made of white translucent plastic, which is fine by me, but at this price range I would have expected something nicer, like glass. When I finished setting up the lamp, I was very disappointed by the gooseneck lamp. It's not as long as I thought it would be, and although it's flexible, it doesn't hold its position very well. It kind of droops down from whatever position you configure it in.
I was most disappointed by the type of bulbs the lamp accepts though. There's big bold words on the box that reads, "Do not use halogen bulbs, only standard". No where on the product page here on Amazon mentioned this. Who in their right mind would want to use standard, energy wasting bulbs when CFLs are so widely available now? I tried installing CFL bulbs anyways, and was relieved it accepted them.
Ok, so I screwed in my CFLs, which were all mini 15W (60W equiv.), but there wasn't enough room for them in the main lamp. Not only that, the CFLs stuck out hideously over the shade because it's not high enough to cover them. I then tried standard bulbs, and found they were dangerously close to each other, creating a potential fire hazard.Read more ›
I really loved this lamp when I first got it, it was bright, the gooseneck lamp was really handy, and I liked the style. After owning it for some time though, my advice is to stay away.
About CFLs - as a previous reviewer said, they do stick out hideously. The main shade you can bend the socket degree a bit and make them fit, but nothing you can do with the reading lamp. I use them anyways. If this really bothers you, you can go for cold cathode CFLs, which look like a standard bulb, but they aren't as bright and you need shop around specialty lighting places as they are not readily available yet, try specialty lighting stores. Another thing about CFLs, if the color bugs you don't blame the bulb. This is my opinion using the 2 main kinds in this particular lamp in my home. Full spectrum (has number about 5000K)is supposed to simulate sunlight. Sounds good but indoors, it looks really crisp, cold and sterile. The soft white (look for about 2700K), which has a yellowy tinge, looks better. I believe it will look better in most cases too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The lamp is a great shape to accommodate 2 bulbs on top and 1 reading bulb below. I live in a loft with high ceilings so the number of bulbs is great to illuminate my apt. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cremophore
Great looking lamp and I like the reading arm. I just wish it had a dimmer switch instead of just on and off.Published 2 months ago by Mitzi L. Holder
Just bought one of these to replace an old higher quality (somewhat more elegant, with glass parts instead of plastic) floor lamp whose concrete base weight decomposed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martin H. Goodman
Lots of light for the money. I was going to get a halogen lamp, but this lamp is better. Really easy to put together and very attractive in my bedroom and living room.Published 2 months ago by Trust Me