Splitty Reach desk lamp by Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng for Koncept
Dezeen Showroom: lighting manufacturer Koncept has released a new version of its Splitty desk light, designed by Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng, with a dynamic arm that can be moved into precise positions.
The Splitty Reach carries on the curved, droplet-like head shape of the original but adds a double arm with a special joint mechanism that is highly flexible.
The desk lamp can easily be moved from a computer keyboard to blueprints, for instance, and contains a dimmable LED light with a Kelvin rating of 3,500, which Koncept says "promotes productivity but is still inviting and relaxing".
Splitty Reach comes with a nine-hour auto-shutoff mechanism to conserve energy and a USB port for charging devices in its base. There is also the option to upgrade the base to wireless charging.
A further host of features are included in the Splitty Reach Pro. The lamp has an occupancy sensor that allows it to power off after 15 minutes of no activity, plus its colour can be tuned from warm white to cool white.
The Splitty Reach Pro also has desk and wall mounting options, which is good for people with limited desk space.
Product: Splitty Reach
Designer: Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng
Contact: [email protected]
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