LitecraftMother And Child Polished Chrome Floor LampNow
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 2
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Granny Sue Great lighting for reading and working then superb dimmer switch for intimate times
Love this light it was a little tricky to put together but not so much it put me off, (I would have been if I paid the full price though but I bought it in the sale), the instructions need to be clearer , ie bigger print . The light itself I goes from very bright to cosy due to the dimmer switch , but we love it because the reading light is directional and you can vary the strength of the light . The lamp is sturdy, and does not wobble or topple when the grandchildren come round , in fact we like this so much I am buying another one for my mother for christmas she will love it for her crafting ,
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Pretty classy without the price
I was expecting it to be flimsy and lightweight for the price. Wrong! This lamp is fantastic - solid, nicely crafted and good height with a sturdy base. Fiddly to put together. You need two of you to manouvre the rods into the base while keeping the flex tight and balance everything. But v clever. Looks fabulous in our study/library and great adjustable lights for readng or working at pc. This is my ' best buy' for 2001
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