This eye-care lamp helps reduce eyestrain with surface and ring light sources. The 216 LED beads and 8 inch (0.2 m) large luminous surface deliver wider and more uniform lighting coverage, make the lit environment more comfortable for different purposes. With advanced technology, the full-spectrum lighting is close to the natural daylight and it has no blue-light, electromagnetic radiation and flicker-free. No matter, you are reading a book, studying on the desk, drawing, working on tasks on the computer, you’ll find the best color temperature since we have five temperature modes (warm white to daylight) to choose from. The lamp's intelligent auto mode has a built-in sensor will help you choose the appropriate color temperature based on the surrounding lighting. For each color temperature, you can easily adjust the brightness with stepless dimmer with the simple sliding control. The sturdy yet flexible neck lets you place the illumination right where you need it.
-216 LED Beads
-Natural Full Spectrum
-CRI (Color Rendering Index) best available is 97
-2700K - 6000K (five temperature modes)
-2-in-1 Dual Light Sources (Surface and Ring)
-20.5cm (8 In) Diameter Luminous Surface
-Stepless Sliding Dimming
-Auto-Control Smart Sensor; Timer; Sleep Mode; Additional Night light.
-No Electromagnetic Radiation, no blue-light and flicker-free
-Highly Flexible Design
I like 216 LED chips and 97 CRI. The sensor function automatically controls brightness. This light is amazing!
This is a great gift to give a college student. I like the brightness button.
The light intensity and color (white/yellow) is easy to operate. There s a teeny-tiny black switch on the back that turns it on overall but it can be turned off by pressing the spots on the front panel. It s adjustable and the area of light can be more focused or dispersed. I think it works well now but I m still figuring it out. My daughter instantly claimed it for studying at her desk.
I like it there are few models can change whether you need it lighter or darker eyes protected.