Easy Use Helps New iTouchless Lamp Reduce User Stress
Friday March 15th, 2013 - 11:27AM
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The new Sensor Control High Power LED Aluminum Desk Lamp can help users become more comfortable and even healthier, according to iTouchless Housewares & Products Inc. The flexible, automated product can ease eye strain caused by dim lighting, which can cause headaches, eye soreness and muscle tension in the neck as bodies physically compensate for the eyes' difficulty seeing in shadowy surroundings, the company pointed out.
A core iTouchless introduction at the recently completed International Home + Housewares Show, the new lamp easily adjusts through a range of heights, from 7.5 inches to 24 inches, and swivels 360 degrees for multitasking, the company noted. Ultimately, the lamp allows users to shine the light wherever is needed.
“This innovative aluminum sensor controlled high power LED desk lamp applies the ‘law of the lever’ to maintain its balance at any position without giving pressure to the hinges. Users can adjust the angles and height of the lamp effortlessly with just a touch of a finger,” said Michael Shek, director of marketing for iTouchless Housewares & Products Inc.
The attachable iTouchless Human Occupant Sensor detects the approach of a user from 10 feet away and switches on the lamp, which turns off automatically in 10 minutes after the user exits the sensor zone. This powerful LED light offers 3,000 lumens of output at 5,000K color temperature and Rendering Index light of 80+ CRI for a natural, sunlight-type illumination.
The lamp is available in two colors, Gun Smoke and Silver, and already appears at selected retailers and online at iTouchless.com, with a suggested retail price of $239.99.
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