Reed Making Table Lamp / Light (LED)
This rechargeable table lamp is ideal for reed making due to its small size and very bright 6W 200 lumen light which can be changed from low through to high power.
Folding arms allows this light to pack down into a very compact block which can easily moved or stored. This nature also allows you to angle the light right where you require it. As the light is also rechargeable this allows you to move it anywhere - you are not limited by plug sockets. Its integral 3.7V rechargeable Li-Polymer battery can be easily charged using the included USB cable (about 5-8h to fully charged). If you wish you can leave the light plugged in and use it like that.
The long lasting LED has three levels of brightness with its highest output being 200 Lumen (very bright!); ideal for holding a reed up to, to check how balanced it is / to help with scraping. Just keep pressing the power button to cycle through the 3 brightness levels.
In short, a great item for any avid reed maker!
Note: the cable supplied has a USB end. It does not come with a plug - you can either plug it into a USB port on a laptop or computer or plug it into a 'USB Plug' (not included).
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
This lamp is surprisingly bright, and very compact. It will be perfect for my traveling engagements, and I love that it doesn't need to be plugged in to an outlet to work.
Fantastic!! Great for travel!!
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We are pleased to hear you love the lamp, it really is very convenient for travel!
We hope to have you shopping with us again soon.
Eliza @ Crook & Staple
This is a great small, portable, light weight, adjustable height, versatile lamp for reed making or adjusting. It is small enough and light weight to travel with and can also be used as a reading light. Great also for any crafting or closeup work.
This product produces three levels of light. I find the middle level bright enough. For me, more ambient lighting is needed, but that’s not a shortcoming of this lamp two things to know: The power cord does not plug into a wall outlet but rather into a computer or iPhone type adapter cube. The “tap” on:off switch does not function well when the battery charge is low.