A real multi-tasker
The 24w 3-in-1 Craft Lamp is designed for ultimate functionality with an adjustable magnifier and pattern clip. Three lamps in one, it comes with a conversion kit letting you easily convert from a floor lamp to a sturdy clamp-on configuration or table-top lamp to meet the needs of your workspace. A flexible neck attachment with sturdy clip securely holds pictures, patterns, charts, instructions and more — it’s like having an extra hand. An up to 5x optical grade magnifier also extends from a flexible neck for hands free viewing.
Max. Height: 63.75"
Min. Height: 45"
Base Diameter: 12" x 8"
Weight: 12.9 lbs
- Powerful and versatile illumination — perfect for larger work areas
- Adjustable up to 5x optical grade magnifier and sturdy hands-free clip holds patterns, charts, instructions and more
- Conversion kit included to easily convert from floor lamp to a sturdy clamp-on configuration or table-top lamp
- Champagne finish
- Compatible with Wheel Base Accessory
- Bulb included. Rated to last up to 10,000 hours. (Replacement bulb type C)
Max. Height: 63.75"
Min. Height: 45"
Base Diameter: 12" x 8"
Weight: 12.9 lbs
What do you think of this product? We’d love to know!
By Lu , 03/09/15
Maybee I Got A Lemon?
I have coveted an Ottlite as long as I can remember. Finally about 5 years ago I bought this craft lamp and LOVE it. However, I have had a couple of problems that I hope you can help me with. The base, which seems to be formed of concrete or something close, busted up while we were lifting up a little to vacuum around. It sort of disintegrated. I went to Joann's where I purchased it but got no help with repair or replacement. The bulb has had to be replaced twice since purchasing. I use the lamp abou 3-4 hours 3-5 days a week on average. I think maybe I got a. Lemon. What do you suggest? Thanks for helping out.
By Robert J Mills , 10/02/14
Magnifier Height Problem Solved
My wife is a quilter and this model is fantastic. For those people who seem to be having trouble with the magnifier not going "low enough" to be useful when in full floor lamp mode, I solved the problem. Don't connect it to the place on top of the pole where the picture shows it. Simply attach it to the pole itself, somewhere in the middle. You can then adjust it by loosening the clamp and moving it up or down the pole until you find the perfect place for what you need it for at the time. Sitting, standing, close work....the light is bright and let's you see the natural colors and detail, just like Ottlite intended.
By Pins In The Pines , 08/23/14
I recently started a new business in 2014 for sewing. I have been sewing in a spare bedroom with what I thought was good lighting. I didn't realize how bad the lighting was until I started using this lamp. It is a must have for anyone who is doing craft work that requires a good light. The magnifier is an added plus for those smaller projects that are hard to see. And the clip is my helpful tool for keeping reminders in front of me or fabric pieces that I'm going to use. I highly recommend this product for any kind of detailed work.
By Ginette , 01/05/13
I recently purchased this 3 in 1 craft lamp. I do currently own an old table mounted Ott lamp, but thought I could use another for another room.I too, agree that the arm for the magnifier isn't long enough, and I wish the magnifier had a bigger circle for the higher magnification.I Don't think I would necessarily use the clip that holds directions.I would be mostly using it for making beaded jewelry.The light is a great length, and nice and bright.My biggest complaint would be that the light does not pivot up and down vertically. If it is horizontally parallel to my work surface, it won't pivot up toward the ceiling or down toward the ground.My other Ott Lite does have this feature.Unfortunately customer service said none of their lamps pivot that way anymore.So I will be have to return the lamp for a refund, and keep shopping.If the engineers should take these comments and make the improvements I would be very happy with the new version.Right now, however, it doesn't fit all my requirements.
By Kris , 05/04/12
A must have light!
I just turned 50 and had started to think I had to give up counted cross stitching. I've spent so much money on other magnifiers and lights, but was always disappointed with the results. I bought this light and am amazed at how easily I can stitch 22 squares per inch. I agree with the other reviewer that the goose neck is too short if attached at the intended spot. I solved the problem by attaching it lower on the lamp base. I only wish it had two magnifiers, one for the needlework and one for the pattern. I ordered a second attachment - perhaps that will work out well. Buy one of these lamps, it is worth the money.
By Mystonique , 03/23/12
Mum and Daughter Matching OttLites!
I recently bought myself a floor standing Ottlite (with magnifier and clip). I’m so happy with it and even better, my Dear Mum is happy too – long story to follow on that. But re the light, never thought a light could be so good, even with migraine sensitive eyes, never thought I’d use the clip attachment – actually think it’s the best thing since sliced bread for holding my pattern at eye height. Stitching speed has improved, frogging is down and overall product is looking much nicer! Thrilled with it! Re Mum I’m in my 30’s but live with Dear Mum and unfortunately she comes from a Scottish tradition of very short arms and deeeeep pockets and if it costs more than $2 it is a total waste of money. I'm on a very meagre salary and as a result even convincing her that I really do need to buy new shoes, no I can't duck tape the old ones it wouldn't be appropriate office wear, is very hard work. In the end I simply told her I was buying an Ottlite. We saw them, she saw the price of them, and while she was fainting I hastily paid for one. We didn’t talk all the way home except to establish we weren’t having dinner because I’d spent too much (we have food in the house, it’s more a “I’m going to make you realize we can’t afford it by making you go without” thing). Got it home, unpacked and started putting it together with ongoing negative commentary from Dear Mum. Was thrilled to find it was metal and my needle minders stick to it, as does my thread heaven now it has a magnetic strip stuck to the bottom of it and my scissors on another magnet - all off the table and out of cats reach - EXCELLENT. Then I switched it on. Mum was sitting beside me reading the paper. After looking at my current project in despair at all the little problems I could now clearly see (haven’t been game to look through the magnifier yet) I sighed. Mum said “what’s wrong?” I said “you were right, the light was a bad idea, I can see how bad my stitching is now, happy?” Truthfully at this point I was despairing over my project but REALLY excited about how good the next one would be now I had such amazing light and my stitching tools were in order. Mum just got really quiet and said “well I think it’s fabulous, I haven’t been able to read a paper without glasses for 20 years. If I’d realized how much better it made seeing, I just wish we’d bought one years ago”. Suffice it to say, we had dinner and Dear Mum is now more excited about my new light than me – and that’s saying something. Just thought you should know we'll have Mother and Daughter matching Ottlites now lol.
By Conyers , 12/20/11
3 in 1 Craft Lamp
Just received this lamp as a Christmas gift. WOW, what illumination! I'm very pleased with the quantity and quality of light. The magnifier quality is ok, however, the extension arm is too short in my opinion.
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