OttLite LED Lamps - Color Temperature Modes

Posted by Marcea

You may have heard that some of the OttLite LED lamps have color temperature modes but why would someone want a lamp with temperature modes?

Temperature modes are different kinds of light to help a user depending on what task they need to accomplish.  All OttLite lamps and bulbs include the Natural Daylight color mode to help you do what you love, longer.   Lamps with two additional temperature modes take your lamp to the next level:

OttLite’s first color temperature mode is Warm Light, which is 2700° K. It’s used during the day when you have sunlight coming in but you may need a little more light on your project or when you're using the lamp while on your computer.  

Cool Light is OttLite’s next color temperature mode at 4000° K.  It’s used for improved contrast and comes in handy when you want to see fine details if you’re building something or need to see tiny stitches in a dress you’re sewing. 

When you need help comparing colors you use OttLite Natural Daylight Illumination at 5000° K.  This is perfect for the ability to see colors accurately if you're trying to match yarns while knitting or comparing fabric as you're making a quilt.  This mode allows you to see colors accurately in light that is similar to mid-day sunlight.  

Interested in OttLite lamps with color mode?  Learn more:

LED Cobra Desk Lamp

  • 3 color modes
  • Smart dimming feature remembers your last brightness setting for each color mode 
  • Warm Light
  • Built in USB port (5V, 2.1A) fully charges smartphones and tablets




LED Desk Lamp with Color Changing Tunnel

  • 3 color temperatures
  • 4 brightness settings
  • Built in USB port (5V, 2.1A) fully charges smartphones and tablets





LED Multi-Light with Calendar Display

  • 3 color modes, each with 5 brightness settings 
  • Two points of adjustment at base and shade to allow lamp to pivot and extend light over entire work area
  • Digital display features calendar, time, alarm and ambient temperature
  • Folds neatly when not in use 

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