ICFF: Luximo LED Task Light
We saw this Luximo LED Task Light at ICFF and had to stop and take a pic. it’s slim, it’s elegant, it’s bright and it’s part of the leading edge in LED design. Winning the 2008 Lighting for Tomorrow award, the 100% recyclable aluminum body designed by California based designer Joerg Student and engineer Frank Shum, the Luximo is everything we want in a home office task lamp: efficient, dimmable, easily adjustable and easy on the eyes…
“Winner of the 2008 of the Lighting for Tomorrow Competition* LUXIMO provides an innovative energy saving LED lamp that offers graceful design and functionality. Here design and engineering blend perfectly to provide a high light output yet energy saving warm white light.”
The dimmable 580 lumens 12 watt warm light makes this an ideal computing lamp because its cool to touch operational temperature makes it easy to move around for optimal lighting. The “off” state has also been designed to leach only the bare minimum of energy while plugged-in (.5 watts maximum), so it’s as efficient while off as while on.
*sponsored by the US Department of Energy and the American Lighting Asscoiation
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Originally posted by Maxwell/Re-Nest