Sunday, August 30, 2015

#TraderLampDeskLamp #Giveaway

I get a little blue during the winter time. Natural light is important to me. I like it best for taking photos, doing artwork, and more. My kids need natural light as well. Isaak now has a new TraderLamp 22" Sunlight Desk Lamp sitting at his desk!


This lamp might go here and there in our house. I might need it to do artwork, Mica needed it to write thank you notes for his party, and Isaak needed it to do a crossword puzzle. Why Isaak? He had no lamp at all. He also has such big eyes, and allergy eyes. I worry about his eye. I figured he could use this lamp. It's right by the couch if someone else needs to use it.


I do wish it looked a little less like a lab light. More design options would be nice.


Bring natural sunlight to your desk. Are you ready to have a sunny day, every day? With this lamp you can get that inside.

No more depression. So much like sunshine it feels like you're on vacation. All you have to do is turn it on.


The TraderLamp Home Sunlight lamp could be the most important advancement in lamps since the invention of the light bulb. The new lighting technology emulates outdoor sunlight, which is balanced across the entire spectrum of color visible to the human eye. Everything seems so much easier to see. This is the clearest, brightest and most comfortable lighting we have found. Colors appear more vivid and true to life. Black and white contrast is heightened for easier reading. The soft and pure white light is easy on the eyes as it spreads to clearly illuminate your personal space. 

The flexible goose neck is fully adjustable to any angle so you see more comfortably for reading, working, and all closeup tasks and hobbies. Colors will be more vivid. Better contrast for reading. Helps reduce eye strains. Sharp visibility for more detail. Glare free for computer use. What does the TraderLamp Home Lamp look like. The Sunlight Lamp will look good in any room in the house or in the office. Why is the Bulb better than normal bulbs. Save on your electric bills. The supplied high-tech 27-Watt bulb, with a C.R.I. (Color Rendering Index) of 80-85, gives as much light as an ordinary 150-Watt bulb, but uses far less energy. The bulb can last up to 5000 hours, 5 times longer than other bulbs for years of normal use.


The best thing in my book is that this lamp isn't expensive. It's only $24.95! That's a steal for natural sunlight.

Now it's time for a giveaway! One of my US readers is going to win their own TraderLamp Desk Lamp!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
 

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15 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

It does look like a lab lamp, but if you have it facing down like you do, you won't even notice it :)

JSColdwell said...

I would use it at my sewing table

Maryann D. said...

My daughter could use this lamp in her room for her doing her artwork. She wants to get a nice easel but she does need more lighting.
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Austin Baroudi said...

I would use it for the writing I do at my computer desk.
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Theresa Mahoney said...

It is a nice lamp. I think Mariah will be needing one of these for her dorm room soon!

skkorman said...

I would use this lamp in my home office when I'm reading and writing!

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dlhaley said...

I would use it to read by.

Isaiahsmom said...

I would use this on my daughters desk for college.

Anonymous said...

I would use this at my desk while I am writing. I get rather gloomy in the winter, so I up my vitamin D and seek out the sun whenever it shows up.
Scott Poston

~ Noelle said...

That looks good and bright :)
I know the winner will love this.
We have a good amount of lamps here!!!!!!

Margaret said...

I would use it for working at home.

Sarh Snarski said...

I would use it while sewing and crocheting, it should help allow me to see the fine stitches of both a little easier.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That is sure one bright desk light. I would use it in our computer room.

neoh42f said...

I would use this at the table where I do my sewing. My lighting is not very good there and this would be a blessing! Thank you :)

Darla Peduzzi said...

I would use this at my desk for paperwork and bills, as the lighting in there is really not very good.

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