|Light bulb||1 x 50 W|
|Height (in cm)||119|
|Depth (in cm)||108|
|Other measurements||base diameter 11 cm|
|Operating voltage in volts||12|
|Supply voltage in volts||230|
|Energy efficiency class||A++|
Innovative, then as today - the Tizio desk lamp
A design classic since 1972 and still up to date with innovative technology - the Tizio desk lamp by German industrial designer Richard Sapper. At the time of its creation, Tizio was the first low-voltage halogen light that, in addition, needed no wiring due to the integrated transformer in the base, as the current was passed through the arms of the desk lamp. A little sensation. In addition, the arms and the lamp head could be adjusted in any position by counterweights. This mean that tension springs, as with other desk lights, were no longer needed. Today Tizio still retains the same features and has lost none of its fascination.
Suitable for modern offices, private workrooms or hotels, the Tizio desk lamp, which can be switched in two stages, doesn’t fail to impressive with its classic and award-winning design. Supplied without bulbs, select freely between a modern LED and a classic halogen bulb. This means our classic can receive an energy efficiency upgrade, if desired, by simply fitting the latest lighting technology.
The Tizio desk lamp can be switched in two stages.
The Munich-based designer Richard Sapper is one of the most important contemporary product designers. In addition to the Tizio desk lamp, which is still one of the best-selling lights, he also worked for IBM and later for Lenovo as a senior consultant for industrial design and also designed the first ThinkPad (700C), which was revolutionary for its time.
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