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Brighten up your dorm and donate to a good cause with this offer


You can’t hit the books if you can’t see them. If you’re furnishing your dorm room and aiming for a functional, comfortable, and stylish aesthetic, take a look at this Metal Mother Daughter LED Floor Lamp with Reading Light in your corner. During our Back to Education sale, this long-lasting 2-in-1 light is on sale for $34.99, down from $52. No promo code is needed, but hurry because the sale ends on August 24th.

A high quality lamp for your dorm

This 2-in-1 lamp has real stage presence. The 32W main lamp has four adjustable brightness levels with four customizable light temperatures. All of these are controlled from a rechargeable remote control or the built-in panel. Change the mood of your workstation with the click of a button as you switch between lighting settings. You can also adjust the light angle for both lamp heads. Each lamp can be adjusted left or right by 90 degrees, whether you want to create a spotlight or cast light on the wall.

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“This lamp replaces the awful overhead light in my room. It doesn’t take up much space and has a different brightness from white light and more yellow light,” writes one reviewer. If you’re studying for class or working on your side , the little light can spin around and become a handy little spotlight.And you shouldn’t have to worry about burnt out bulbs.LEDs tend to last about 50,000 hours of light, which is about 50 times longer than a bulb mean.

Get an affordable lamp with customizable lighting

Put the books in the right light. During the Back to Education Sale, get the Metal Mother Daughter LED Floor Lamp on sale for $34.99 – no coupon code required. And for every unit sold, $0.50 is donated to a school or charity that you can vote for (via an email you’ll receive) after the sale ends on August 24.

Prices subject to change.

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