|Item Weight||10.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 17 x 55 inches|
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|Item model number||72-0820|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||Fluorescent|
|Luminous Flux||1300 lm|
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Lavish Home (72-0820) 5 Feet Sunlight Floor Lamp With Adjustable Gooseneck - White
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- Superior & natural lighting; Made with modern lighting technology
- Flexible goose neck adjusts to any task or hobby
- 27-Watt bulb - a much light as an ordinary 150-Watt bulb
- 5000 hours per bulb; Color temperature: 6500K & 1300 lumens
- Dimensions: 9 D x 55 H x 10 W Inches
- Light Bulb Type Included: Fluorescent & Switch Mechanism: Rocker
- Lamp Base Material: Plastic; Fixture & Base Color/Finish: White
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|Style Name||Contemporary||GooseNeck Floor Lamp||Mission||Goose-Neck/Mini||Contemporary||Mission|
|Wattage||150 watts||27||25||12||27 watts||—|
Lavish Home brings you form and function with the Natural Full Spectrum Sunlight Therapy Reading Floor Lamp that produces pure bright white illumination making colors appear more vibrant while reducing eye strain and fatigue. The supplied 27-Watt CFL Bulb gives as much light as an ordinary 150-Watt bulb, but uses far less energy. This bulb can last up to 5,000 hours, 5x longer than other bulbs. The flexible gooseneck design lets you adjust the lamp to any angle to direct light where you need it. Perfect for reading, working, or doing intricate craftwork. A must-have addition to your home or office, this lamp provides natural full spectrum daylight hues, brightening even rooms that have minimal sun exposure.
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Top customer reviews
I have owned more than several desk and floor sunshine lamps, various brand names, or no name brands.
What I have learned about Floor sunshine lamps.
Do not raise the gooseneck part of the lamp where the bulb is located. That can shorten the life of the lamp.
Read the warnings with the instructions in the lamp box.
Never use a Timer, or an X10 attachment on a Sunshine lamp.
A timer will short out the Transformer.
Probably also try to avoid a surge protector on the lamp. Plug into a wall.
What these manufacturers should do is have a removable replacement transformer that snaps into the base of the lamp after the transformer burns out.
I own a florescent lamp which is over 60 years old, and the transformer in the base of lamp is replaceable. I replaced the transformer several times.
(Made in the USA).
The sunshine lamp may last a year, or maybe if you are lucky 2 or 3 years. A lamp I purchased from LampsUSA did last over 2 years.
Amazon.com, COSTCO (used to sell) a lamp called LIGHTS OF AMERICA, Sun light lamp.
Get that particular brand of sunshine lamp. Yes it is a desk lamp. But the desk lamp, and floor lamp use the same 27W bulb and offer the same stream of light.
Lights of America Sun light lamp last almost forever. I owned one that lasted over 7 years (bought in COSTCO). The neck eventually broke from unknown causes. The lamp cost about the same as other sunshine desk lamps. But the quality is one thousand percent better.
As for Sunshine Floor Lamps I would rate all of them 1 star. Does not matter if the Trade Mark Brand or some other.
I wish the manufacturers would indicate what is the expected life of the floor and desk lamps.
The price is good, but the lamp was fussy to assemble.
I managed to pull the pins out with needle-nose pliers, but with great difficulty. These pins are tiny, and the small gauge wires are not very well-attached.
I wonder how many people who buy this lamp are famiiar with the electrician's advice: "Black to black; white to white." At the lamp factory, someone on the assembly line obviusly never heard of it.
Once wired correctly, the lamp functioned well and gave a wonderfully bright light in which to read by. I am left wondering if the original Verilux brand lamp might have had better quality control---and been a better, although pricier, choice. It's also little amusing that a company that calls itself "Trademark Global" has so little respect for the concept of trademark protection.