Kids Line Dena Happi Tree Lamp Base and Shade, Pink (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- The Dena happi Tree lamp base and shade is the perfect way to softly illuminate your nursery
- Requires one 60 watt bu pound maximum, Included
- On/off switch conveniently located on approximately 46" cord
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Top Customer Reviews
It is so cute and seems quite well made, but the fact that the on/off switch is near to where you plug it into a wall is REALLY annoying. Right now we have it in an outlet that is attached to a switch on the wall so it works well if you have that setup (no overhead lighting), but definitely not what I expected and maybe in the future they'll change it. (I hope so!)
Aside from that, its not too dim or too bright, the lighting is perfect :)
The lamp is well made and has a substantial weight to it, the shade is also very well made and is absolutely adorable. It also comes with an energy saving 60 watt bulb so no need to run out and get one. Everything needed is there in the box. The reason I gave 4 stars is because also of the switch placement. I do wish that it was where the bulb is located but unfortunately it is on the power cord somewhere in the middle. I've uploaded a pic since most complaints were about the power switch placement but no one thought about uploading a picture so you can see what they were talking about.
The disadvantage for me with this is that since I have the power cord behind her dresser where I'm going to be placing this so that it's out of her way (so she doesn't tug on it) its an inconvenience.
The lamp doesn't look cheap but if you can deal with the power switch placement I'd recommend getting this if you're interested.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really nice lamp, but I wish it came with a switch on the lamp instead of only towards the end of the power cord.Published 10 months ago by Andrew Beattie
This is a very cute lamp, however, after owning it for about a year, it died completely. It blew out in a small explosion that I'm thankful wasn't more hazardous. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Juli Bonacci