Anyone who has ever felt frustrated with a desk tamp when it comes flexibility in adjustability will want to take a look at The Flexster. Table lamp is a dime a dozen, but what’s not a dime a dozen is flexibility in adjustability.
A unique neck mechanism affords it with an unprecedented adjustability of the lamp head – or 360-degree, to be exact. In other words, the lamp head of The Flexster can be adjusted to just about any angle or direction you fancy.
Beyond that, it is also app-connected, allowing mobile device to control the like, or if you like, it also works with Google Home, Amazon Alexa or Google Nest, so you can use voice to turn on/off the lamp.
Other notables include, LED light source with guaranteed 25,000 hours of life, 36 nominal beam angle, anti-slide rubber pads, and metal head and body that is anti-scratch.
We love the aesthetic which is minimalistic and extrudes an unmistakable sense of industrial vibe. We also dig the fact that the simple look hides the modern and high-tech nature of the lamp.
If you are enamored, you may want to consider pre-ordering this little fellow from Kickstarter by backing for a product. But not going to lie. It is not cheap. Early birds get to secure a unit for 90 euros (or about $98), of if that runs out (which it will soon), it will cost you 100 euros or about $109 a pop.
A huge shout out to Maria of MilanMadDesign for reaching out to us.
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