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Type 75™ Wall Light

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The timeless design of the Type 75™ will blend seamlessly into any interior space. Mount to the wall or ceiling, then simply adjust the shade to focus the light just where you need it. Type 75™, designed in 2005 by British industrial product designer Sir Kenneth Grange, reinterprets the original 1930s Anglepoise design. Its clean lines combine with the perfect balance and range of movement made possible by the unique spring mechanism that defines the brand.

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The lamp shade and stem is crafted from matte painted or brushed aluminum finish, while the wall plate is made of die cast aluminum with a matching finish. The wall plate features an on/off switch for ease of use. cUL certified.

Measures—
Shade: 5.7" Diameter x 7.6" H
Base: 3" Diameter
Maximum Reach: 12.6"

Maximum permitted bulb is 9W with an E26 base. Bulb not included.

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Iconic, quintessentially British brand Anglepoise produces an incomparable series of practical, energy-efficient task lamps, ideally suited for both domestic and commercial interiors. The lamps are characterized by a pioneering perfect balance mechanism developed in the 1930s and an engaging kinetic form.

The story began in 1931, when automotive engineer George Carwardine developed a theoretical concept for balancing weights using springs, cranks and levers. Using special springs with a 'constant tension' quality developed by family company Herbert Terry and Sons Ltd., Carwardine had chanced upon the means to create an articulated task lamp that could combine ultimate flexibility with perfect balance. A patent is filed and, in 1933, the first four-spring Anglepoise lamp is launched.

Shortly after the launch of its original task lamp, Anglepoise re-developed the lamp for the domestic market by creating a three-spring version in 1935. Since then the demand for Anglepoise task lamps has grown rapidly, with new releases including lamps for World War II bombers, lamps for the Navy, a giant version for the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre and more. Recent editions have included special collaborations with Paul Smith and Margaret Howell.