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NeoCon 2017: LightCorp Launches Amble

LightCorp 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.

Amble - 3 Positions copy

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.

Amble - Underside copy

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.

Amble - Black and White Lights copy

Check out Amble and discuss its intentional design at NeoCon 2017 or visit for further information.
Posted June 9th, 2017 by Alicita Rodriguez

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