Humble One Cordless LED Lamp - Oak

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Introducing the Humble One, the world's first battery-powered lamp that showcases the traditional glass bulb as the centerpiece of its design. Featuring tiny, energy-efficient LED lights, this cordless table light produces a warm glow reminiscent of old-school incandescent bulbs. With a single charge, it provides up to 140 hours of uninterrupted illumination.

Adjusting the bulb's brightness is a breeze with the simple button located at the base of the lamp or by using the remote's dim-buttons, which offers three brightness levels: candle, ambient, and work. Charge the battery wirelessly with any QI standard charger or with the included USB-C cable. After just four to six hours, the Humble One is ready for use once again.

The Humble One features a clever, modular, battery-powered system that allows for easy maintenance and replacement of all components. The replaceable LED bulb offers an even longer potential lifespan, making it a cost-effective and sustainable option.

Included with your purchase of the Humble One is the lamp and LED light (E27, replaceable), a USB-C cable for charging, a convenient storage pouch, and a user manual. Choose the Humble One for a stylish and eco-friendly lighting solution for your home or office.

Material & environment
  • Base aluminium Cover PBT or aluminium
  • Bulb glass
  • Seals silicone Weight 0,31 kg / 0,69 lbs
  • Waterproof IP43 - Splash waterproof
  • Technical specifications
  • Light source E27 low-voltage bulb Power > 1W, 3V Kelvin 2200k
  • Dimmable Candle
    • Candle 8 lumen
    • Ambient 16 lumen
    • Work 43 lumen
  • Control Toggle switch on bottom of base
  • Battery capacity 4000 mAh / 3.7V
  • Battery life Candle 140 hours, Ambient 80 hours, Work 40 hours,
  • Charging Wirelessly (qi standard) or via cable (USB-A to USB-C cable included)
  • Charging time
    • Cable: up to 4 hours
    • Wireless: up to 6 hours
  • Adapter (not included) 5V 2A (= 10W, recommended) 5V 3A (= 15W, max)

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