Up for review today I’ve got a small and portable LED desk lamp from a company called Boyon. The lamp is touch enabled to make using it very easy and it’s rechargeable over USB. The lamp isn’t very bright at only about three watts but it’s good enough for reading or enough to light up your keyboard at night. Overall it’s a decent lamp, read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
-Touch switches, third gear light intensity, humanized design, make your eyes in a comfortable environment.
-Simple and stylish, easy to operate, the full sense of the future of science and technology.
-Cycle charge LED lighting,Touch sensor switch,3-Level adjustable brightness,Free twisted tube
-Energy saving LED light source no radiation no flicker,eye partner, Lamp can be adjusted 360 degrees, user-friendly design,Low consumption and long lifespan, the battery can be cycle charged
-Unique curved guide plate, light and soft,The thinnest LED desk lamp on the market, portable design that is equally at home indoors and out.
Price: $12.90 (from Amazon at time of review)
Let’s start with a video unboxing and then move on:
The lamp ships in just a plastic bag and inside you’ll find a USB cable for charging, an AC USB adapter, user guide and the lamp of course.
The Boyon logo is on the base of the lamp and there’s a small square there, the square is the touch sensor and it has three levels of brightness or four if you include off. Each time you touch the sensor the brightness level will change so you can quickly and easily scroll through them. The lamp is very lightweight at just a few ounces really so you can easily take it with you and it’s small so it won’t take up much room at all on your desk.
On the back edge is the power connection to charge the lamp as needed, simple plug it in via the supplied cable and you can charge over USB with the adapter or right from your computer. The lamp has a battery inside of it so it doesn’t need to be connected all the time, I’ve been using it off and on for over a week now and it still has a full charge it seems, so the battery should last a while between charges depending on how much you use it.
On the bottom you’ll find four rubber feet to make sure the lamp stays where you put it.
I’ll be honest the lamp isn’t very bright but it’s only three watts so I wasn’t expecting much, it’s not meant to light up your entire desk, I think it’s more of a reading or night stand lamp.
The arm of lamp is very flexible so you can adjust it all around and get the light exactly where you need and want it. You can curl it up into most any shape really, it’s kind of fun.
I like this little lamp, it’s neat and unique for sure. The lamp is lightweight making it portable so you can easily take it with you if need be and it’s rechargeable so you don’t have to keep it plugged in like a normal lamp.
The only real issue I have with this little lamp is the charging cable, it’s proprietary so if you lose it you won’t be able to charge it anymore. I don’t understand why they didn’t use a standard connector like mini or micro USB to make things easier for them and for customers.
+Seems well made
+Simple to use
-Proprietary charging cable
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Disclosure: This product was given to us for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review.
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