Early Sunday morning, most of us will turn our clocks back one hour as Daylight Savings Time ends. Some folks will revel in the unique gift of an extra hour of sleep, while others will curse the early darkness.
This traditional brass apothecary floor lamp features a full-spectrum bulb to enhance contrast and reduce eyestrain and glare. Instead of the yellow glare produced by incandescent bulbs, the lamp’s full-spectrum white glow mimics sunlight, improving visual acuity. Its classic design has been preferred for task lighting since the late 19th century, when the advent of electricity enabled pharmacists to direct the beam downward over a work area, though its boom arm and shade can be positioned at any angle.
An ideal unique gift for readers, crafters or puzzle aficionados, this extra-bright lamp was created specifically for the U.S. Library of Congress. Providing scholars and researchers with clean, bright focused light that won’t disturb tired eyes, the lamp uses a patented halide-LED module to generate six times the light of a 75-watt incandescent bulb. When a lesser amount of light is desired, twin rocker switches turn on/off one or two LED arrays, which can be used with or without the halide bulb.
Outdoors, a well-lit walkway will be safer for you, your family, and guests. Producing the brightest, longest-lasting and most expansive glow, this solar walkway light ranked first in all tests conducted by the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute. The Best Solar Walkway Light generated 60 lumens and glowed 75% longer than other models. Even after eight hours, its bright LED beam had not diminished. The light automatically turns on at dusk and recharges in moderate to full sunshine.
Daylight Savings Time was initially introduced as an energy-saving measure during both World Wars. But what all these lights have in common is energy efficiency over traditional lights…so even with standard time in place, you will enjoy bright light while conserving resources. We think that’s a brilliant idea!