A: I've had mine one month and the bulb is dead. I've used it as a desk lamp during wfh, 8 hours/day, 5 days per week for just a month. Nowhere near 50,000 hours. I will be returning this.
A: This light bulb can not be replaced and it lasted only 2 MONTHS with normal use !
A: There is no bulb. The lamp has an internal emitter array with 7 emitters on an aluminum backplate/heatsink. The lamp does however have decent wiring all the way through the switch to the driver board so if you or someone you trust not to burn down your house is good with electronics you can replace it. Preferably with something of a similar wattage. First thing we did was replace the original LED array with the internals of a Feit RGB CCT smart bulb rated at 60 watt output 9 watt draw. It's been taking the slightly higher load so far no problems.
A: Hi HopsSkipsJumps - Great question. This lamp features an integrated LED bulb to use less energy and can't be removed/replaced. LEDs have a general life expectancy of about 50,000 hours, so it should last you awhile. I hope this works for you! – Terra
A: Judging by the description... "Maximum Light Bulb Wattage: 4.5 watts Lighting Switch Type: Socket turn knob rotary switch" Probably any light bulb under 4.5 watts.
A: 4.5 LED is equivalent to a 40 watt bulb, according to Google.
A: 4.5w draw(unconfirmed), which should place it around 40 watt equivalent light output (also unconfirmed). It is reasonably bright bouncing off the ceiling it casts a nice soft light over our 15ft by 20ft living room
A: Hi Jay - Thank you for stopping by! The maximum light bulb wattage is 4.5 watts, this LED bulb is not removable. We hope this works for you! - Katrina
A: I've had mine one month, using it 40 hours/week. The bulb is dead. It did not last anywhere near the 50,000 hours it's reported to last.
A: I have had mine for about a year now and use it almost every day for several hours and it is still going strong. I am getting a couple more for different rooms in my house.
A: Hi Peggy - Great question! The life of this lamp depends on how often it is used; check out the guest reviews for more information. We hope you find what you're looking for! - Alli
A: 4.5w should put it around the same brightness as a 40w incandescent. It casts a good amount of light. Slightly less than our 9w 60weq 600lm bulbs, but I would wager is a few hairs brighter than a 40w.
A: over 200 lumens it seems
A: Officially no, its an integrated led array and driver. Unofficially, technically, if you or someone you know is comfortable soldering and knows enough about mains electricity to not burn your house down it does contain fairly good size wires all the way up through the switch to the led driver board. I have already replaced it with the internals of an RGB CCT 9 Watt 60 Watt output smart bulb and it is taking the extra electrical load just fine. Though I did void the warranty ;)
A: Hi amanda - This task lamp features a non-removable integrated LED bulb that's designed to last for years. Thanks for shopping Target! - Philip
A: I just bought it. It gives off a very cool white.
A: Hi Hendrika - Thanks for asking! This lamp gives off a warm white. We hope this helps! - Jerith
A: The switch is on the back of the lampshade, near the top if the arm.
A: Hi BarbPGI- What a cute lamp! This lamp has a socket turn knob rotary switch to turn it on and off. This will make a great addition to any room! - Katrina
A: Hi dancinglilypad301 - Great question! This classic LED task lamp features a five foot cord and needs to be plugged in. Thanks for stopping by! - Alli
A: It uses a cord. :-) hope you like a bright lamp! It’s very bright!
A: Hello Bud - Thanks for reaching out about the Task Table Lamp (Includes LED Light Bulb) Black - Room Essentials™. This classic lamp is sure to give just enough light to your desk set up. The Lighting Switch Type: Socket Turn Knob Rotary Switch. This is the silver knob on the top. We hope this helps. See you on your next Target Run! - Natasha
A: Hello Miyahh - The Q&A on the product page will address the question in Lumens and Kelvins if you are interested in those. However, I thought this may be helpful: According to Google a 4.5 LED is equivalent to a 40 watt bulb. - Melodee