Check out this Clamp Lamp by Dana Cannam for manufacturer Pablo. The woodsy light is made with FSC-certified maple, walnut, or white oak and latches on to your desk with two wooden fingers. Light is provided with 108 LEDs that output between 700-1200 lumens at 3000 K for a 50,000 hour lifespan. The light can be adjusted with a hi-low switch and is listed as using a mere 8 watts. Clamp Lamp is pending Energy Star certification and sells for about $350-400.
Dutch-based Lemnis Lighting is hitting the LED scene with a cut-rate, basic light bulb selling for $4.95 — the Pharox 200 Blu. It uses 5 watts, has a 2700 K color temperature, has a CRI of 85, lasts about 15,000 hours, and outputs 240 lumens. The bulb could replace 25W incandescents and is suitable for task lights, accent lights, and other ambient illumination.
Letting the sun’s rays reach your home’s interior rooms, or down to lower level, is a challenge on any project, and virtually impossible without cutting a large hole in your roof. But now, Solectric offers an electronic skylight that promises the next best thing — interior lighting that is powered by the sun and can be rendered at the same color temperature.