Take back your light.
The Orchid LED Lamp makes BEAUTIFUL homes even more BEAUTIFUL.
Powered by PURillume's patented 3Five Lighting Technology™, the Orchid LED Lamp delivers, beautiful 90+ CRI light to make the colors in your home look bright and vibrant.
(Not familiar with the term "CRI"? See our Lighting Glossary and become as bright as our lamps.)
easily CHANGE COLOR TEMPERATURES TO FIT YOUR MOOD AND ACTIVITY.
Start your day by waking to light like a gentle sunrise, nurture productivity with bright, white light and power down with a warm glow to prepare for a good night’s sleep—all from one lamp.
The Orchid table lamp easily transforms generic, impersonal lighting into a completely customized lighting experience to help you experience life in a new light.
See the Orchid LED Lamp in action.
Want to know more? See the specs.
Visit our specifications page to learn more about the Orchid LED lamp options and how you can pair multiple lamps together to create your personalized lighting experience.
CRI: Color Rendering Index is the way that color fidelity is measured—just how vibrant and rich do colors look under a light source. 80 is average yet colors are still flat. A CRI above 90 is great how we were meant to experience colors. The Orchid delivers a CRI above 90.
Lumens: The amount of light emitted. Not to be confused with watts, the amount of power used. (But wait a minute, then why do we call them 60W bulbs? In the early days of electricity it was really easy to blow fuses, so the industry set upon using watts as a way to tell people which replacement bulb would work safely.) The Orchid shines with 2750 lumens (@2700K) and 3250 lumens (@5000K). This is brighter than three 60 "watt" bulbs. A 60W bulb shines at about 800 lumens.
Watts: The amount of energy a light uses. The Orchid uses less energy than a 40W bulb at it’s brightest setting.
Degrees Kelvin: The way the color temperature of light is measured. 2200K is warm, 5000K is cool. With the Orchid you get the full range in one lamp.
Brightness/Dimming: A typical 60W incandescent light bulb gives off about 800 lumens and dims to candelight. The Orchid shines brighter and dims like the incandescent bulbs used to—without buzzing or flickering.
To learn more about brightness visit the ENERGY STAR website.