Geek Daily Deals March 30 2020: LED Touch-Control Desk Lamp for $13 When You Use Our Secret Code!

 

With so many people setting up home offices, we need more light! Get this LED desk lamp for just $13 with our secret code!

AUKEY LED Desk Lamp,Eye-Caring Table Lamp for Bedroom,8W Dimmable Bedside Lamp with 3 Lighting Modes 5 Brightness Levels,Touch Sensitive Control for Office,Dorm,Living Room:

  • Eye-Protection LED Source:Flicker-free lighting can provide near-natural light,shade of light can be changed to 15 different settings from cool to warm light, which is fantastic when you feel eye strain,selectable color temps are accurate and nice,no glare
  • Flexible and Portable Design:A simple touch switch makes it easy to turn on in the dark,the arm and head are very easily adjusted for height and angle with solid base
  • Various Uses:The little cute lamp works great as a night lamp for bedside table,a wide range of adjustment also makes for a night lite to a reading light,great for reading or just for late night hours of gaming without a bothering bright light
  • Environmentally Friendly:Energy-efficient LED technology uses just 8 watts to generate up to 380 lumens of light,save up to 70% energy,the LED bulb deliver a remarkable 35,000 hours of high-performance,and never need to change
  • Package Contents:AUKEY LT-T9 LED Desk Lamp, AC Adapter, User Manual, 24-Month Warranty Card

Get one for just $13 today when you use secret code 4MPJW9TY!

 

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This post was last modified on March 31, 2020 9:40 am

Ken Denmead: Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.
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