Lorie Wyatt Table Lamp November 01st, 2018 - 14:01:09
Table lamp from the 1960s that takes two f15 t8 bulbs. The reason I'm showing you this lamp right now is that the fluorescent light I have to show you today is this lamps little brother. This is another generic brand desk lamp made in the 1960s in Japan, but this lamp is quite a bit more special and actually a lot rarer than the bigger desk lamp that you just saw now. What makes this lamp so special is that it takes an f65 bulb. This is a really small lamp.
The head of it is only 9 inches across there's my hand for comparison, and I have small hands. This thing is pretty tiny. These manual preheat desk lamps. This is manual, preheat were very rare when it came to versions that were very small. Most manuals preheat desk lamps ever made take either f-15 TA or f15 t12 lamps ones that came in sizes. Any smaller were quite rare and, dare I say ones that come in as small as 6 watts is very rare. I got this on eBay. It cost me I believe around, like 17 dollars total.
I was the only person who bid on it and I got it for the starting price, so wow, that's pretty darn cool and, like I said it is quite rare, so I'm quite lucky that I got this for such a great price. So it's pretty much the same deal as the other lamp. You can see it's goose neck, the head bends. It's got the two buttons, the white button. It's it select, it's setup electrically the same way. The ballast is always connected to power. The white button just temporarily disconnects it to turn the bulb off and then the orange button connects the elements of the bulb to power, so the ball preheat, when you let go of the bulb, strikes same deal.
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