Dimensions

Base diameter 17 cm
Bulb weight 25 - 45 g
Shade diameter 13 cm
Shade height 15 cm

Materials

Colour temperature 2700K
Finish Copper Lustre

Specification

Bulb life 1500hrs
Class Class II
Cri 80
Dimmable No
Ip rating IP20
Light bulb cap type E27
Light bulbs included Yes
Luminous intensity 470lm
Max reach 50cm
Plug UK
Voltage 220 - 240V
Wattage 15 / 6 w

The Type 75™ Mini Metallic desk lamp is a high class task light that marries faultless function with statement-making form.

Not only does this iteration of an Anglepoise® classic come in three sophisticated anodised brushed aluminium finishes, the shade also boasts a seamlessly integrated switch. Anglepoise® has always blended timeless design with contemporary elegance. Applied to two of our classic designs, the Type 75™ Mini desk lamp and the Type 75™ Mini wall light, our Metallic collection brings a beautiful richness to the functional elegance and faultless engineering that is synonymous with Anglepoise®.
Refined design details such as a switch that is seamlessly integrated into the top of the Type 75™ Mini desk lamp’s shade, combined with a high specification finish means that the Metallic collection is a premium range that is as beautiful to use as it is to behold.


Kenneth Grange

Design Director of Anglepoise® since 2003, Sir Kenneth Grange began his illustrious career as a technical illustrator whilst in National Service. He subsequently made his reputation as an industrial product designer and in association with four partners founded Pentagram, now an international design practice with offices in USA, Germany and London. Grange’s remarkable work spans half a century and his user-centered, often quintessentially British designs have helped shape the parameters of everyday life for so many. Not only everyday household brands like Kenwood, Parker, Kodak - and of course Anglepoise® - have received the Kenneth Grange treatment but also the InterCity 125 train, the regional Royal Mail postbox and the latest London BlackTaxi.


In 1932 automotive engineer George Carwardine develops a formula for a new type of spring. He discovers that pivoting arms supported by a sequence of these springs can be repositioned with the lightest touch yet will remain perfectly in place once released. Carwardine has just created the blueprint for an Anglepoise®.