Trademark Global 72-0820 Sunlight Floor Lamp 5 Feet – Trademark Home Collection

Trademark Global 72-0820 Sunlight Floor Lamp 5 Feet – Trademark Home Collection

Trademark Global 72-0820 Sunlight Floor Lamp 5 Feet - Trademark Home Collection


Sunlight Lamp Flawed.
I have owned two of these lamps, the first one lasted over a year before it quit working, I thought it was just a fluke that it quit working so I order a second lamp. The second lamp quit working after only three weeks. Yes, I did check the bulbs, the problem seems to be with the circuit board located in the base. The seller said that they had three other lamps that stop working in the same week that I called. I did get a refund for the second lamp. It is my belief that there is a manufacturing flaw in the circuit boards. That is to bad because I really liked this lamp when it worked. If I could locate the manufacturer I would see if I could could get a replacement circuit board,
Sunshine Lamps
The Transformer in the lamp base will eventually burn out. No matter what you pay. $25 to $200.
I have owned more than several desk and floor sunshine lamps, various brand names, or no name brands.
What I have learned about Floor sunshine lamps.
Do not raise the gooseneck part of the lamp where the bulb is located. That can shorten the life of the lamp.
Read the warnings with the instructions in the lamp box.
Never use a Timer, or an X10 attachment on a Sunshine lamp.
A timer will short out the Transformer.
Probably also try to avoid a surge protector on the lamp. Plug into a wall.
What these manufacturers should do is have a removable replacement transformer that snaps into the base of the lamp after the transformer burns out.
I own a florescent lamp which is over 60 years old, and the transformer in the base of lamp is replaceable. I replaced the transformer several times.
(Made in the USA).
The sunshine lamp may last a…
Pleased with floor lamp
I’m pleased with the lamp. Assembly was straightforward and the cost was reasonable. While the lamp is advertised as 5′, it is more like 48 to 52 inches when the lamphead is bent for reading. For someone 5’8″ it is quite acceptable.
Product Features

  • What is the KELVIN Temperature, The Kelvin temperature is 6500K.
  • How many Lumens does it give off, The bulb gives off 1300 LUMENS
  • We’ve nicknamed our Sunlight Lamp the It’s great to be alive lamp Now you can switch on the sunlight, indoors, everyday of the year
  • A word about this unheard of price This lamp features the state-of-the-art performance you expect
  • Product measures 9 by 10 by 55-Inch



Product Descriptions
Description : Bring Natural sunlight to any room in your home with our floor model! Are you ready to have a sunny day, Every day? With the Trademark Home Collection Sunlight lamp you can get that Inside! So much like sunshine it feels like you’re on vacation! The Trademark Home Collection Sunlight lamp could be the most important advance in lamps since the invention of the light bulb! The New lighting technology simulates outdoor sunlight, which is balanced across the entire spectrum of color visible to the human eye. Everything seems so much easier to see. This is the clearest, brightest and most comfortable lighting we have found. Colors appear more vivid and true to life. Black and white contrast is heightened for easier reading. The soft and pure white light is easy on the eyes as it spreads to clearly illuminate your personal space. The flexible goose neck is fully adjustable to any angle. So you see more comfortably for reading, working, and all closeup tasks and hobbies. Why is the Bulb better than normal bulbs? Save money on your electric bills! The supplied high-tech 27-watt bulb, with a C.R.I.(Color Rendering Index) of 80-85, gives as much light as an ordinary 150-watt bulb, but uses far less energy. The bulb can last up to 5000 hours, 5x longer than other bulbs- for years of normal use.

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