The Geco Series of LED Lamps By Lumina

The Geco Series of LED Lamps By Lumina

Range Govindan
Apr 28, 2011

This innovative series of lamps has started to blur the line between table, floor, and wall lamps. Using LED lights placed on a sort of ribbon, they can be used in any number of situations: on your desk, next to your home theater, and in the bedroom without missing a beat. The versatile nature of this lamp, and the fact that it can be updated, means that you'll keep this for a long time.

The Geco Series of LED lamps was designed by Fabio De Silva and Jaime Lozoya for Lumina. The overall idea was to create a versatile lamp that could be used in a variety of settings. Seven LED heads were mounted onto two ribbons of flexible steel, giving a nice arc. The LED heads can be moved around to create the best shape. The resulting light is uniform and bright.

Each LED light creates an output of 1.4W, for a total of 9.8W for the whole lamp. That creates 67 lumen per Watt, which is 6 times the brightness of a normal incandescent bulb. The LED heads are made to be updated with newer tech, allowing the lamp a long product life, even when technology evolves. There are two models of the Geco lamp available, the ceiling and wall-mounted model, the Geco Parete, and the usual model. The Geco lamp is available in three finishes: white, black and graphite. The product comes compatible for all market segments, including the US. Unfortunately, this distinctive light does cost quite a bit. We haven't managed to find it for less than $1,000.

More and more manufacturers are coming out with high-performance LED lamps, which usually means that they consume less power and are more energy-efficient. From creating your own LivingColors lamp, thanks to a special bulb, to selecting the best lamp for your home, LED lamps have started to become more common place, especially if you're looking for ambient lighting for your workstation.

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