Its actually a Neatfi Bifocals, 1,200 lumens, Super LED Manifier Lamp. It uses less than 14watts. (will somebody explain to me what the heck is a "lumens", a lemon gone bad perhaps...) Sort of an odd look into my life. As I’ve mentioned in several other threads, I was trained from a child to think outside the box. I have a recommendation for other folks who might be disabled like me or like most of last year… be half blind with cataracts. About 2010 I found lamps on articulating swing arms. They had a 5x magnifying lens in the center. I think I paid about $100 for the first one I bought. I attached it to my kitchen table. I thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. If I got mail, I didn’t need to wander around the house looking for my glasses. I could sit at my kitchen table, swing my lamp over my mail and use the magnifying lens. I could pay bills or repair some small item and when finished I could push the lamp back out of the way. Not only was the arm articulated in 3 locations it also swiveled on its base, a small clamp. In late 2013 the specialty florescent bulbs were shot. I discovered there were no replacement bulbs. Because this lamp was so useful in my situation, I replaced it, in fact, I bought 2 of them. One for the kitchen table and one for the end table by my chair, again so useful if you have mobility or vision issues. I could get replacement bulbs for these lamps… In late 2017 I had to use my last two other replacement bulbs… I searched the internet for days. I couldn’t find anyone who sold the replacement bulbs… My health issues were quite serious at the time. I had no more energy to spend on the issue. Last week the only bulb in the lamp by my chair failed. I went to the big internet box store to see about a new lamp. Duh! I quickly realized why I could not find replacement florescent bulbs… ALL the new lamps have LED lights! The first pic is the old-style lamp with florescent bulb that will burn out soon. It’s on my kitchen table. The second pic is the new lamp with LED lights. It has a 5-position switch, off, on, brighter, brighter still and really bright. It also has 2 magnifying lenses, one is 5x and a tiny round one is 20x. You might can see the 1-inch diameter circle in the lens. I got my 2 new lamps this afternoon. Since the one on the kitchen table still works, I’ll use it until the bulb burns out. The new lamps are half the weight of the old ones, much easier to move and position… and they will use less power. This is outside the box, not what you would normally see in a living room or kitchen but these lamps are better than sliced bread if you are disabled or have vision issues or any kind of physical issue. The new lamps were $85 each, 2x w/tax about $185. I highly recommend them. One more bit… At night the only 2 lights are on in my house... The lamp on the kitchen table (it burns 24/7) and my flat screen tv. If I need to see the buttons on my remote, I just pull my lamp over, turn it on, press the right buttons on the remote, turn off the lamp and push it back out of the way. Easy Peasy!