officially debuts Amble at NeoCon 2017 after a prototype was introduced at last year's show. A task light like no other, Amble features a three-position base and gimbal eye.
Designed by Stephan Copeland, Amble seems to defy gravity, as its three vertical positions allow "for graceful, sweeping movement in any direction using a single hand." The ergonomic design is maximally simple but offers three unique "pools of illumination" for focused or ambient light.
Within the light housing, Amble's gravity-powered "eye" automatically prevents glare, eliminating the harshness of other task lights. Constructed with no joints or hinges, Amble offers single touch on/off and touch-and-hold continuous dimming. Options include an occupancy sensor, battery power, and built-in USB charging. Available in White, Black, Silver, and Ash Gray, Amble fits in virtually any work environment.
Check out Amble and discuss its intentional design at NeoCon 2017 or visit www.lightcorp.com for further information.