You can pull these lamps out or push them back to meet your needs. They come in a variety of shade and finish colors. Easy to pull in and out. Lasts a very long time. Two joints on the lamp. Well-made. Installation is fairly simple. An attractive way to save space on your nightstand.
The swing arms can be rather tight to move when you first get these lamps. The shades could be better quality.
Built with a flexible gooseneck for easy positioning. Small footprint on the lighting. Easy to install. Provides enough light for reading. Light does not get hot. Light has the ability to dim. Offers a blue nightlight feature.
Concerns about reliability.
Strong and wide clip. Can handle over 2" width on your headboard. Two light levels. LED light can last a long time. Lamp does not take up much space. Flexible neck helps you put the light right where you need it without disturbing a bed partner. Neck is stiff enough to stay in place where you put it.
The white light on this light might not be as bright as you expect and could be difficult to use for reading.
Hangs easily above your headboard. Lamp heads are adjustable so you can get the light right where you need it for reading at night. More attractive than some others available. Simple pull chain operation. Comes with LED light bulbs.
The lights are not terribly bright. The company advertises the bulbs can last five years, but some users found them burning out much quicker.
Simple light design. Hangs over your head on the top of the headboard. Attaches easily with no tools needed. Cord hides behind your headboard. Good value for a nice-looking lamp. Very practical pull chain operation.
This model works best if you have a headboard that is high enough over your head to make the height comfortable for lighting. It cannot be mounted on the wall.
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When you’re about to go sleep at night, it can be annoying to have to get up and out of bed to turn the light off. But with headboard lamps, you don’t have to. These lamps attach to your headboard either with hardware or with a clamp. Most headboard lamps plug into an outlet but some are battery powered so you can avoid extra cords. You can find headboard lamps that come in pairs if you share your bed with a partner. These lamps are available in all sorts of colors and styles so you can certainly find one that matches your decor.
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