|Product Type: Desk||Fixture Material Details: Aluminum|
|Total Recycled Content (Percentage): 34%||cUL Listed: Yes|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Product Warranty: 5 years|
|UL Listed: Yes||Tools Needed: None|
|Style: Contemporary||CE Approved: Yes|
|Fixture Material: Metal; Plastic||Number of Items Included: 3|
|RoHS Compliant: Yes||Bulb Type: LED|
|Title 24 Compliant: Yes||Bulb Life: 50000 Hours|
|Dimmable: Yes||Light Direction: Multiple directions|
|Wattage per Bulb: 10.5 Watts (W)||Bulbs Included: Yes|
|Night Light: Yes||Swing Arm: Yes|
|Switch Type: Touch||Cord Color: Black|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Recycled Content: Yes|
|Product Care: Wipe with a clean dry cloth|
Questions & Answers
Koncept Technologies Inc Z-Bar LED Table Lamp
Norm from Sterling Heights, MI– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
Absolutely love this lamp. Gives off a large amount of light highly recommend.
Martin from Sherbrooke, QC– Verified Buyer
Great lamp overall. My only complaint is about the joints, it could be a "plus" if their tension could be adjustable.
Loraine from Tulsa, OK– Verified Buyer
Got this for my husbands desk at work. He loves it.
Steven from Navasota, TX– Verified Buyer
This light is a space saver on my desk for I don't have much room. To put it together was very easy.
Neill E Parker Jr from Forest Hills, NY– Verified Buyer
i would have given this product 5 stars but for the touch/slide on/off/dim control. it's annoying but it works if you fiddle with it long enough. the adjustability, quality of light,and minimalist aesthetics are otherwise perfect. but for this price it has to be perfect to get 5 stars.
Great LED lamp
Isaac C from North Vancouver, BC– Verified Buyer
Great design and the LEDs are very bright. A very functional desk lamp to have, the only negative thing is the price almost $300 for a desk lamp.
Matthew Domico from Orland Park, IL– Verified Buyer
This light is fantastic. It is very modern and provides much more light than my old desk lamp. It is very flexible and provides a great deal of light. Highly recommended!
William Henderson from Colleyville, TX– Verified Buyer
I would strongly suggest going with the large unit as it casts enough lite to cover a mid-sized desk well. The higher you can fix the unit, the larger the footprint. So, if you go smaller, you can't go higher, meaning you can't create a large light footprint.
Anonymous from Ontario– Verified Buyer