Why is good lighting always important in a child’s room?
Optimum light with a children’s desk lamp
There is no better light than daylight. Ideally, a child's desk should be positioned in the room so that the light falls sideways onto the work surface. If your child is right-handed, he or she should be sitting so the light falls onto the table from the left and if he or she is left-handed, from the right. Sometimes, due to the layout of the room, it is not always possible to arrange the desk in such a way that it gets the proper light. Moll, therefore, offers Flexlight, a lighting system that complements natural light and ensures excellent illumination of the desk at all times. However, the Flexlight can do so much more than just providing perfect light at any time.
Flexible and glare-free
Objects that could cast shadows should not be placed between the source of light and the work area. Keep the space clear to illuminate the workspace completely. Ensure that the light falls from the right for left-handed children and the left for right-handed children. Moll designed the Flexlight in such a way that it can be attached to both sides of the desk and angled to suit your child's needs. The Flexlight provides their ergonomic workspace with glare-free illumination.
Get the right light even with sloping table tops
The direct attachment of the moll desk lamp to the table surface has its advantages. For example, if the work surface of the child’s desk is tilted, the light moves with it and illuminates the desk as usual. The clamp foot provides quick and easy mounting. In addition to illuminating the work surface, the Flexilight also offers other functions. Two USB ports are readily available for connecting and charging devices, reducing the need for extra adapters and sockets. Finally, a customizable, colored backlight that can be used independently from the lamp, works great as a nightlight.
The importance of LEDs in a child's desk lamp
An LED desk lamp has two clear advantages when compared to a conventional lamp for a child’s desk. First, LEDs require significantly less electricity than a standard light bulb. Second, LEDs won’t get hot. A child's desk can easily get covered with games, stuffed animals, papers, and projects. Using LEDs prevents items from getting hot, eliminating the fear of fire hazards.