Koncept Z-Bar Desk Lamp in Sliver or Metallic Black AR3000

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The flagship of the Z-Bar collection that broke the mold for lamp/task lights. Designed with a simple three bar design and energy saving LEDs, this lamp led the way into the LED trend. The LED head spins and moves back and forth to allow the user to direct the light anywhere it’s needed… and even dim it if desired.
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Touch & Go
Turn the lamp on or off or dim the light using one finger on the touchstrip

Flexibility
Three bar design provides the ultimate flexibility

Minimalism at Its Best
No bulky bulbs - just a slim row of tiny LEDs you can turn to illuminate any direction

42 LEDs
9.5 watts consumption
50,000 hours lifespan
3,500 K / 4,500 K light color
Multi-level touch dimming
Metallic Black / Silver
10’ cord
85 CRI

Fully recyclable aluminum
Water-based paint
FSC certified packaging
LEDs do not contain mercury
Low power consumption (<10 watts)
LEED credit eligibility

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Established Koncept in 2002 to design and develop innovative products for home and business. The company has since developed a line of elegant LED lamps and lighting elements with the discriminating consumer in mind. Not only have consumers embraced Koncept's lighting for home and office, the designs have gained national and international attention.

From 2005 through 2008, Koncept's flagship product, the Z-Bar® High Power LED desk lamp has won critical acclaim in publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Samsung's DigitAll Magazine. It has also won a number of prestigious awards from International Design Magazine and Time Magazine and was selected as a permanent display in Germany's Die Neue Sammlung museum as a best innovation of the 20th/21st centuries. It has also won the platinum honor from ADEX (Awards for Design Excellence) awards and was selected to be displayed in the Smart Home exhibition hosted by the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry in 2009.