PLUSminus is a task lamp that uses a not yet seen mechanism that's small in size, easy to manufacture and assemble and enables a perfectly smooth motion for the user. It's engineered from the ground up.
PLUSminus lamp's position is adjusted only by a soft finger's touch, all thanks to the unique sliding mechanism. As soon as the user stops applying pressure, the lamp locks in instantly, giving the impression of levitation.
It offers users complete freedom to adjust the lamp into the desired position. It does not use springs, weights or any other conventional methods common in modern day task lamps.
A marble stone base holds the steel rod, on which moving parts made of aluminum travel. A LED board attached to the aluminum tube acting like a heat sink is used as a light source.
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