|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.4 x 11.4 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||8062|
|Assembled Height||6.4 inches|
|Assembled Length||23.4 inches|
|Assembled Width||11.4 inches|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
ProMagnify Adjustable Arm 2.25X Magnifier Lamp 84 SMD LED - 7-inch Lens - 5-Diopter
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- Premium 2-in-1 lighting and magnification tool for professional, home or hobby use - great reading aid
- Precision polished 7-inch diameter glass lens increases viewed text or objects to 225 percent normal size
- 84 ultra-efficient SMD (surface mount diode) LED bulbs produce eye-pleasing task lighting on less than 12-watts at about 1000 lumens - lasts 100,000 hours
- 38-inch arm with unique internal cantilever system allows feather-touch adjustment and holds position
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|Item Dimensions||23.4 x 11.4 x 6.4 in||30 x 7.5 x 3 in||10.5 x 8 x 2.5 in||12 x 8 x 2.3 in||9 x 6.3 x 11 in||18.9 x 11.18 x 7.6 in|
As we age, our eyes naturally lose some of their ability to focus close-in. A teenager can focus on objects as close as 3-inches but by age 50 that distance can increase to 18-inches - Very frustrating when it limits your work or hobby. This premium-grade lamp is a simple and effective solution for seeing almost anything bigger, better and brighter. 38-inch triple-joint arm has unique internal cantilever system (not external springs like lesser lamps) that lets you adjust without loosening/tightening knobs - perfectly balanced to hold position (can be locked in position if necessary). Heavy-duty die-cast aluminum clamp with no-mark pad, nickel-plated steel screw fits surfaces to 2-1/2-inches thick; easy to move and remove and takes up just 2-inches of desk space. Extra-large 7-inch diameter glass lens with 5-diopter (2.25X) magnification lets you see fine detail clearly but still has a practical focal range (distance of text or object from lens) of up to 9-inches. 84 individual super-bright SMD LED illuminate with pure white light without the heat build-up of incandescent or halogen and without the flicker of fluorescent. Consumes less than 12-watts power with estimated life of 100,000 hours. About 1000 lumens. Conveniently placed power switch on lamp head, flip-up dust cover protects lens and keeps it clean. Overall length 48-inches, weight 11 lbs; 72-inches. 18AWG UL-listed power cord.
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1). The 7" magnifier is too distorted beyond a 4" center circle to be useful. You might as well get the older cheaper 5" fluorescent version, at least the magnifier is undistorted.
2). The 7" magnifier is too heavy for the neck joint. You must loosen and re-tighten the knob every time you want to readjust angle of the magnifier or it just falls/droops down under its own weight. The old 5" magnifier lamp was half the weight and you could readjust the magnifier without having to re-tighten the knob.
3). The LED light has a plastic cover which reflects some of the LED light straight out the side of the lamp so that if you are sitting eye-level with the lamp, you have some of the light shining straight into your eyes. Very annoying if you are trying to use it as a desk lamp. You might be able to remove the clear plastic cover, but I dont know if everything will fall out if you attempt this.
4). The internal spring mechanism rubs on the inside of the metal arms. Lets just say that it is quite evident that this mechanism is not lubricated. I recommend sticking with the tried-and-true (not to mention serviceable and quiet) external spring arms.
5). The LEDs are a little brighter overall than the standard 22w magnifier lamp, but the light is quite a bit more spread out than the old fluorescent version. The light is slightly cooler and has a lower CRI by comparison.
6). The head has an additional axis of rotation perpendicular to the lens that allows you to "twist" the magnifier. Not really sure what the reasoning was behind this, as the lens is round, so I dont see what difference it makes which way you look into it, but it allows the head to fall over when you try to angle the magnifier at the same time (the center of weight of the head is now off-axis horizontally), thus requiring you to further tighten down on the knob.
In summary: Looks like a good idea at first, but another example of a product which was obviously never used by the designer. Along with cars and washing machines, I'm adding the magnifier desk lamp to my list of products which dont see an increase in reliability/usefulness with price...
It is all of the above. BUT. It has great magnification, a fairly wide field of view, I can even wear more magnification and use it as well for some projects. (trust me fine sliver removal needs all the help you can get in illumination and magnification).
It has been up to the task for spouse's IC hobby solder work, reading chip numbers on IC chips and things of that sort. It also works as a good task light as he is working on other things nearby on the bench.
It is a bit pricey but compared to buzzy and often flickery fluorescents that are also prone to being some weird off color shade... this is well worth it. I consider it to be right with some very expensive shop/manufacturing line/equipment I have worked with in the past. After some months of ownership and making sure it was properly installed so no tippy issues; it has been very good. Wherever my spouse goes FINGERPRINTS HAPPEN so. The lens cleans well with a microfiber cloth.
Go the extra $$$ for the LED's and you will be much happier AND you will appreciate the K-value of the light this puts out, it is a lot closer to truecolor than the fluorescent versions. This one rates 'worth eating macNcheese box dinners for a few weeks' to afford.
My wife needed this type of lamp to see better when removing stitches and similar sewing tasks. She is completely satisfied with this magnifier lamp. See Customer Images for detailed product photos.
- View the item under the magnifying glass with incredible detail and clarity, and no shadows. E.g., put a hand under the glass, and every wrinkle, hair, vein, splinter, etc. is sharp and crystal clear.
- Brightness of the object being magnified is outstanding. With 108 LED bulbs in a circle, the light is evenly distributed, and is particularly bright on the object under the lamp. We're glad we selected this model rather than a lamp with fewer LEDs.
- Magnifies 2.25 times normal size, with workable clarity to the edge of the large glass lens. The lens on our lamp is excellent quality, with no scratches, bubbles, cloudy sections, etc.
- The lamp-head stays cool, so if your hand or face touches it, you won't get burned. The light does not flicker as do some fluorescents.
- Amazon's ad claims this lamp uses < 8 watts, but my kill-a-watt meter shows the lamp draws only six (6) watts.
- Metal desk clamp works fine and the lamp stays in whatever position it's set to.
- Lens dust cover stays up (or down) on its own.
- Adjusting the level of the lamp head could be a bit smoother. You might have to fiddle with the knob to get it right. Not a big deal, since once it's in position, it stays put.
- This is a Bourya Model No. 8062D3LED lamp, made by Ningbo Jaili Optoelectroinc Co. LTD., in Zhejiang Province China. They only make specialty lamps such as this.
- All 108 LED bulbs SHOULD last a lifetime, but no information was provided regarding bulb replacement, so good luck if you need replacements. For manufacturer contact information, Google: bourya 8062D3LED (first hits are the maker).
- Lens is held in place with a locking ring, so it's easy to remove for edge-to-edge cleaning. If you get it tight, it should stay "locked".
- Due to the 7" glass lens, the lamp head is heavy; lens is 1.5" thick in the center, tapering down to about 3/16" at the edge.
- This lamp is not meant for general lighting. Notice its light output compared to a nearby lamp that has a 75 watt incandescent flood bulb (Customer Images).
- In case you're curious, the springs holding the lamp frame in various positions are inside the square steel tubing frame.
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