|Item Weight||9.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.5 x 5.5 x 11.2 inches|
|Item model number||UN1030|
|Color||White / Cream|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Naturalight™ 7" Magnifying Lamp with Clamp, 3 Diopter, 28 Watt Bulb, White
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|Color||White / Cream||White / Cream||White||White||white||White|
|Material Type||Metal||Metal||Glass||Glass, Plastic, Metal||Glass||Glass|
|Additional Features||With_table||Adjustable||Adjustable||Great for working with Electronics||Adjustable||Adjustable|
|Wattage||25||5||9 watts||6||9 watts||9 watts|
As a Naturalight lamp, this lamp has been designed to help in the preservation of our planet: specially designed tubes provide a load of light with 80% of the energy use, made by the strictest environment-friendly production standards, and the packaging is 100% paper/cardboard making it 100% recyclable. This package contains: a 7" (1.75x) magnifying lamp, includes a 28w Naturalight tube (energy saving), multi-hinged adjustable arm: maximum reach: 44". Color: white, 6 ft. white power cord (UL list: E137398), Convenient on/off switch on lamp head, table clamp is included: fits tables, desks, and counters up to 1-3/4" thick. Replacement light tube: UN0003. Some assembly required.
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I have to say, I didn't totally unwrap this light. I just removed from box, removed the bag from the light head and plugged in and it turned on! So I proceeded to totally unwrap and install on my desk. Welcoming this nice bright light!
Someday I'll have to repair my defective ones because when I remake my garage work bench, I'll need a place for one of these!
I have to say, I have gotten years out of my Daylight Natural lamps and yes, I have had to repair one to keep it going. A bulb may repair
another, with a little reshaping of the melted plastic to make the bulb fit, but that's what Dremels are for!
I also have to say this light is my main desk / partial workbench / computer desk light and is on constantly, hours at a time, day in day out, morning and night!
I still like these magnifying lamps over others I have owned and used, even with there problems! If quality control on these lamps was better I don't think you could find anything better, if you were in the market for this type of light!
So if someone asked me, would I recommend this magnifying lamp, I would still say yes, if you need this type of light. I would suggest to buy this magnifying lamp over their more expensive ones because this is a good price for this light and with Amazons replacement policy your covered if any problems. This light seems to be nicely built but remember to loosen the locking clamps before adjusting to alleviate as much stress on the head mount as you can, which could cause breakage over time, the magnifying/lamp head is not light! I can't say for sure but I would almost say this lens is glass because of the weight of the head. I just don't think plastic would be that heavy but I could be wrong. I did however take a scalpel and tried to cut the lens to see if I could cut it and it left no marks. I won't however, suggest you try this, just take my word for it, it's a nice lens! This light puts out a nice bright light and I mean bright! If you want to really see what you're doing, this light for you.
However, after recommending this light, Amazon does offer this Daylight, Daylight Ultra Slim Magnifying Lamp, which I also owned, which the bulb "thermal reacted" (joke, got extremely hot) after approximately 11 years of use.
Which is also a very good price ($173.19) and is less effected by stress. But I wanted to save some money and the one I purchased puts out about a good amount of light.
I wrote this a couple of days before!
I have owned (3) Daylight Naturalight's! A magnifying lamp like these have become a necessity in my life, both at home and at my place of employment. As I get older, there is no replacing the use of them. The Daylight Naturalight I prefer because I like the bright, more natural lighting and larger magnifying lens. I cannot say these lights don't have there problems, because they do. This one that I just purchased wouldn't turn on right out of the box and I am in the process of returning with exchange thru Amazons return policy. I said "exchange" because I really like these lights and I will put up with a little!
My first Natural light was an older version of this one and I had it for many years before the casing cracked at the light pivot. My suggestion here is to loosen this top clamp before moving (changing light/lens position) so not to unnecessarily stress this top mount and this lamp should last for many more years until the bulb fails.
I also have an older version of this at work and one day (after 5 or 6 years of use) the light lit but went out. Being that I work in medical electronics I decided to take this apart and do a little probing and this is where I learned of poorer quality soldering. By doing a little flexing while trying to powering up (wearing rubber gloves) I noticed a small spark and notice a cold solder joint (poor solder connection). I unplugged the lamp got my soldering iron out and removed the old solder and re-soldered and tested. Worked just like new and is still working after 11-1/2 years.
My last Daylight Naturalight, a U22080, with a Batch code of 9-11-01 (does that mean date manufactured?) is a little more expensive and I bought it because of the way it was manufactured. The pivots are a little different and handle stress a little better. I have had this lamp for many years and just last week I noticed a little flicker and noticed a slight smell. I decided to turn the lamp off and I noticed a little more heat than normal at the switch, actually quite hot. I tried to turn the light back on after it cooled and it only turned on partially like fluorescent bulbs do, so I decided to turn the bulb/lens assembly upside down and noticed the lens clear cover had started to bubble from the heat which the bulb had generated.
First things first, I dug out my old magnifying lamp, very dim in comparison but will do for now.
I think I have 2 choices! I think only the bulb is bad and this bulb "failed big time". I remember those couple of CFLs replacement bulbs that got my attention when I turned them on and they failed with a big bang and actually blew a hole thru the side of the white casing. I don't use them much anymore. If I replace the lamp I may have to do some reshaping of the plastic and I need a better magnifying lamp. So I decided to go to Amazon to see if I could find a replacement and decided on this version because of price. Unfortunately, it didn't work right out of the box, which means to me, poor quality control, but I really like these lights. So much so, I' will try again and again if need be, I like them that much.
I do wish Daylight would step up there Quality Control! They have a "very good idea" here, but there QC should be better. There is no reason a light shouldn't turn on right out of the box. And it wasn't shipping, the shipping box wasn't damaged at all!
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I am wondering if there is a weighed base for it, instead of having to keep it clamped in the...Read more