The best light that you can offer your child is daylight. That’s why your children’s desk is perfect when the side of natural light can fall on the table surface. However, this is not always possible due to limited space or position. Besides, the tasks can not always be done at such times when it is bright enough outside. That is why moll offers the Flexlight, which complements natural light and ensures that the working area is always optimally illuminated. The Flexlight by moll is tailored exclusively for the children’s desk. The extra light can do much more than just provide optimal reading and writing light.
Children desk lamp glare-free and fully flexible
The optimal illumination of the moll children’s desk is given if there are no objects such as books between the Flexilight and the illuminated surface, as they would otherwise cast shadows. Also, it is important to pay attention to the fact that with left-handers, the light falls from the right, while in right-handers, the source of light must be on the left side, otherwise the working hand casts a shadow. That’s why the Flexilight is flexibly designed so it can be attached to the moll children’s desk in many places. In addition, the Flexlight is also glare-free.
If the children’s desk is tilted, the light will follow
Another advantage of the flexible attachment of the moll desk lamp, directly to the table surface of the moll children’s desk results when the table is tilted. The light will automatically follows the work surface, without the need to make a complicated change. Due to the clamp feet, the lights can be easily and quickly fixed to the required position. USB interfaces are integrated in the moll light. This makes it easy to charge up to two electrical devices at the same time, without another outlet is occupied. This creative solution not only saves power outlets, it also allows easy charging via a USB charging cable.
Good to know: Right-handed people need light from the left. For left-handed people, the light should be on the right to prevent shadows from being cast on the work surface.