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AZEL MONO LED Lamp

by Sophie Cullen on Sep 1, 2015 in Products
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AZ e-lite HK Ltd has recently launched the Azel Mono LED Lamp with a base that also offers wireless charging for smartphones 

A multi-functional product, the Azel Mono LED Lamp can be used as decorative lighting for the living room, mood lighting for the bedroom or table lighting for alfresco dining. The lamp’s base functions as a charging pad for wireless charging of mobile devices based on the "Qi" wireless standard, and when removed from this, the lamp can be used as a portable, handheld device.

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The brightness of the Mono Lamp is easily controlled by the one-touch switch that operates as both on/off function and controls the dimness of the light. By incorporating high quality material and the latest in LED technology, the new lamp promises a life-span of up to 25,000 hours. The Mono Lamp has been designed with a sleek and stylish aesthetic and is available in black, white, red, blue or yellow colour ways.

The lamp has received multiple awards including Home Style Award 2015 and My Favourite Lighting Products 2015 by HKTDC.

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