|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 24 inches|
|Item model number||201.696.58|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Desp Lamp|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Ikea 201.696.58 Jansjo Desk Work LED Lamp Light, Black
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- Uses LEDs, which consumes up to 85% less energy and last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs
- Gives directional light; good focus light
- Adjustable arm for easy directing of light. Off/On toggle on cord, twelve inches from base.
- Color: Black
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|Sold By||Amazon.com||Family Star Sh||Sunvalley Brands||Amazon.com||LMP Products||FASTHOMEGOODS|
|Light Source Type||Desp Lamp||LED||led||—||LED||LED|
|Material Type||Cast Iron||Plastic||plastic||Metal||Cast Iron||Plastic, Metal|
|Additional Features||Dimmable||Dimmable||—||adjustable||Arm: Steel, Chrome plated, Clear lacquer, Shade: Aluminum, Chrome plated, Wipe clean with a damp cloth., Wipe dry with a clean cloth. Product description, Luminous flux: 70 Lumen||Excellent for college and university students who needs small footprint lights for reading and studying, The latest LED light technology guarantees a bright source of light with a long-lasting lifetime and minimal energy consumption, Clamp Design & Fully-Adjustable.The two, extremely flexible goosenecks produce a choice of very focused or very flat light based on whichever you require at each sitting.|
|Style Name||Modern||Modern||Goose-Neck/Modern/Sleek/Traditional||Base - Swing Arm||Modern||Modern|
|Wattage||110||3 watts||7 watts||60 watts||2 watts||3 watts|
Product dimensions, Height: 24 ", Base diameter: 5 ", Cord length: 6 ' 7 ", Energy consumption: 3.0W. Built-in LED light bulb. LED life time approx. 20,000 hours. Light color; warm white (2700 Kelvin). Product description, Arm: Steel, Paint, Shade: Aluminum, Paint, Base: ABS plastic, Weight: EVA plastic, Cast iron, This item requires basic assembly. Care instructions: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
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The lamp is as good as anything out there, once the switch is replaced. Seems Ikea -- whose products are ever leading the race to the bottom in quality, consistency and durability -- saves pennies per unit by using a very cheaply and poorly designed/manufactured switch. Surprised?
Easy to remedy, if you have an amateur's skill with electricals. The connection inside the switch is the "pinch" kind, aka "insulation displacement" type, which is why the light flickers or just stops working. Ikea could care less, of course. But there's no need to throw the lamp away, without at least giving this a try first.
STEP BY STEP FIX FOR A FLICKERING LAMP
Tools: phillips screw driver, wire cutters, wire strippers, hammer, eye protection
Go to a locally owned hardware store, and buy a Leviton single pole cord switch, cat no. 5410, or equivalent. Leviton 5410 Appliance Switch, Feed-Through Switch Rocker, Single Pole, Single Throw, 3A-125V AC, Brown. (Don't buy the pinch kind. It won't work because this lamp does not use standard gauge lamp wire. Also, I can't recommend buying an inline dimmer, since this is an Ikea product we're talking about, and it could easily melt or exude meatball gravy or lingonberry juice.)
Unplug the lamp, and remove the existing lamp switch by smashing it with a hammer. Yes, you have to smash it, don't cut the wire.
Put on safety glasses or some sort of eye protection, and hold the switch sideways (seam up) on something hard and well supported, like a concrete floor or doorway threshold, not a table or countertop. Hammer the switch straight down on the seam. Two or three well placed whacks, and you get the halves to split open enough to tear them apart by hand.
You'll see two lines, one cut, the other continuous. Pull out both lines. Discard and banish all further thought of this defeated carcass of a worthless Ikea switch.
Don't cut the uncut strand of the wire.
Trim the ends of the already cut line, removing the "pinch" connectors. Discard those too.
Strip the insulation from the ends you just trimmed, about 1/2 inch.
Unbolt the casing of the new switch, and you can easily see where your exposed wire ends should go. (Twisting your wire ends before wrapping and tightening under the lead screws helps. The Leviton thing ought to come with instructions and diagram, but you can ignore the polarity issue, the plug used in this lamp is not polarized.)
Put your new switch back together, and you should now have something almost unknown on planet Earth: an Ikea Jansjo lamp which will actually work -- until the bulb burns out, that is. Guess I'll write another review when that time comes.
UPDATE: JUNE 2017
I still have two of these lamps, and both thrive, even after 5 years! I have pointedly bought next to nothing from Ikea in the intervening time, but they have no doubt "solved" their end of quality problem by raising the price of the lamp from $10 to $17, or more. I feel certain their materials and most importantly labor costs have only diminished, not increased. Currency fluctuations and transport fuel costs are another story (as is the horse meat in the Swedish meatballs, revelations of slave labor, and the globalist-instigated flowering of "no-go" zones throughout a once proudly peaceful European country). Their problem, not mine.
Thank you to all who have commented on this review. It is very gratifying.
beware of misrepresented products by this seller!
beyond disappointed, especially after expending the energy to assemble them.
attached are screenshots showing "dimmable" in three (3) places:
The problem with the power supply is that it is a very long and tall design. This means it sticks out from the wall about 2-1/2 inches. The cord also projects further out from the wall because it is oriented in the same manner as the power supply itself. In addition to being something you might run into, gravity creates a rotational force that does not help the power supply remained plugged into the wall.
This bother me so much I ended up pluging the power supply into a power strip so it would be pointing upward. I have probably used about 200 of these "wall wart" power supplies and I've never seen such a bad physical design. Otherwise, an excellent night. I've not had any trouble's with the switch that others have mentioned.