JUKSTG LED Dimming Desk Lamp with USB Port

Last updated date: February 18, 2020

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Overall Take

Get illumination at any angle with the JUKSTG LED Dimming Desk Lamp. Points of articulation at the base and middle allow you to swivel its head anywhere. Other perks include a timer function for bedtime reading and USB port that can charge your devices. In our analysis of 59 expert reviews, the JUKSTG JUKSTG LED Dimming Desk Lamp with USB Port placed 4th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
2 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
647 user reviews
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What experts liked
The lamp can allow optimization of lighting with multi-angle adjustments function. For best illumination, you can swivel the lamp base by 90-degree or rotate the arm at the angle of 180-degree.
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Angle-adjustable at three points, this lamp has a space-saving design that would fit right in on your bedside table. With the timer function, you can safely read office documents to sleep without straining your eyes or keeping your lamp burning the entire night.
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What experts didn't like
It performs well but I don’t like its cheap plastic feeling.
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From The Manufacturer

Technical Specifications: Color:Silver Driver Input:100-240V,50Hz Driver Output:15VDC,Max 1A Lumens:400 lm Lamp Power Consumption:14W CCT: 2800K-5500K What's in the Box: 1 x LED Desk Lamp (Model:HD1310A) 1 x Power Adapter 1 x Installtion Instruction

Overall Product Rankings

1. Lampat Dimmable LED Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 9.5
Expert Reviews: 19
2. TaoTronics Dimmable LED Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 4
3. TW Lighting LED Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 5
4. JUKSTG LED Dimming Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 2
5. Fugetek Dimmable LED Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 18
6. LEPOWER Dimmable LED Desk Lamp
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 7
7. MEIKEE LED Dimmable Desk Lamp with USB Port
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 2

An Overview On Desk Lamps

Those of us who spend a lot of time working at home barely even notice our desk lamps, and that’s a good thing. The last thing we want is a lamp that surprises us with a burned-out bulb, an easily toppled lamp structure or a light switch that sticks. Generally, we want a work light that works and stays out of the way.

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That’s not to say that it has to be invisible or ugly. A desk lamp that fits in with the decor can brighten up a workspace in more ways than one. Finding one that’s right for your situation can be fun, but it’ll save you headaches to look at the boring specs first.

Foremost among these is the size of your lamp. Do you have a small desk? You’ll probably want a compact lamp, as well. (Although if it’s so small that every bit of surface area counts, you may want to consider a standing floor lamp instead.)

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Bigger desks, of course, give you a little more leeway. But it’s also important to consider the size of your actual workspace. If most of your work is confined to a laptop screen, you really just need illumination in that small area. But if you’re using a larger area on your desk, make sure your lamp stands a little taller so that it can throw light in a wide arc. Of course, many modern desk lamps have a swivel head or points of articulation in the neck that let you adjust the height and location of the light. This can be a big help if you’re switching work areas often.

Many desk lamps might advertise their high-powered bulbs, throwing around lumen numbers into the thousands. Just remember that we’re talking about a desk lamp, not a ceiling light. Not many desks are large enough to need a high-wattage light, and 10W or so should be more than sufficient most workplaces. Some people might not even use desk lamps for work. A rustic retro lamp or stylish industrial model can add a great visual touch to any room, and the added functionality as an accent light can give it lots of versatility as an interior design element.

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Finally, there’s the matter of the lamp itself. What sort of bulb should you have in it? Most desk lamps these days go with an LED bulb. For the most part, you should, too: They last about 50 times longer than a typical incandescent bulb, which is not only great for the environment but key for your work routine.

DYWM Fun Fact

Estate sales and flea markets can turn up some great retro desk lamps, but they don’t come much more exotic than the one a North Wales couple found in 1953. It was an ornate ceramic globe that the pair had attached a lampshade to and were using as a desk lamp for decades. It was only in 2016 that a vendor realized the lamp was actually a hat stand made for Chinese Emperor Dauguang of the Qing dynasty over 200 years prior. It was subsequently sold at auction for a staggering £581,000 (over $750,000).

The Desk Lamp Buying Guide

  • Modern lamps want to do a lot more than just light up your workload. There’s an increasing number of lamps on the marketplace that serve as miniature technology hubs. There are desk lamps that incorporate charging stations for your cell phone or smartwatch, some with wireless charging capability. There are even lamps that double as a Bluetooth speaker. This can be a great asset if you’re on a small desk where space is at a premium.
  • Older eyes need a little more care, and that’s especially important when you’re working close to a light source for extended periods of time. If your eyes are sensitive to glare, get a lamp with a high CRI (Color Rendering Index) or adjustable brightness that you can tweak at different times of the day.