The lower version of Toad is simply known as Toad. The versatile shape spreads light in all directions, making it an excellent choice for various kinds of uses and spaces; and its design suits all kinds of interiors. The light is atmospheric, and its friendly appearance makes for a charming detail in any room.
The blown opal glass cover ensures a soft and beautiful light, and the oak stand is a magnificent example of traditional Finnish carpentry. As the cherry on top, the power cord is made of stylish fabric. The support is available in natural oak or stained black.
Fun fact: the name come from the mushroom friend of Super Mario, also known as Toad. The affable fellow sure knows how to lighten the mood!
Handblown glass diffuser. Base made of bended oak plywood. On/Off switch on the textile-coated cable. Cable length 2,1 meters. E14 lamp socket. Euro plug. Light source included.
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What to use with your Himmee light?
For your Himmee light, we recommend maximum of 12 and 15-watt LED bulbs. These bulbs can reach the luminous flux of 1 500 lumens, which equals to a 100-watt incandescent bulb.
Luminous flux (lumen)
The unit of luminous flux, referring to the total quantity of visible light, is known as lumen (lm). The mere number of watts doesn’t indicate how much light the lamp produces, only how much energy it consumes. For the light from an LED bulb to match that of a 60-watt incandescent bulb, the LED bulb or compact fluorescent bulb would need to be capable of producing 800 lumens.
Colour temperature (kelvin)
The colour temperature has a significant impact on the atmosphere of the room. Colour temperature is measured in kelvin, the symbol of which is K. If you are looking for the colour of an incandescent bulb, you need an LED of 2 700 K. If you want to go for a whiter option, 4 000 K could be your choice.