DAYLIGHT COMPANY-Ultra Slim 4 Spoke Floorstand is for use with your Ultra Slim Fluorescent Magnifying Lamp. The floorstand is equipped with wheels and is 29.5 tall. Easily increases the mobility of the Ultra Slim Lamp and is ideal for working in an armchair or even outside. Color: White. Made in China.
Easily increases the mobility of the Ultra Slim Lamp
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Stand is too heavy & not steadyNov 09, 2012
I love the lamps but I have to say, the stand is extremely heavy (made of metal) and twice I've had to screw the base to the pole that holds the lamp in the two weeks I've owned the stand. I am disappointed in this stand and it's not easy to move around either. I also notice the end caps keep falling off. The lamps are quality made but their stands are not up to par.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Not bad But....Dec 30, 2012
By Dave Stand is heavy as it should be. It's everything it you expect to be other than the casters or wheels. Two of the caster's or wheels were broken in my workshop. I really don't know how they where broken. The other two broke off with a very slight tap with a hammer. I did this just so the stand would sit level on the pegs for the time being. The casters are ultra cheap and broke off like egg shells with a very slight tap with a hammer. The wheels are threaded into weights in the base of this stand. Replacement wheels are not available at least at my local Home improvement store, bolt size and threads at the store didn't match up with the threaded holes in the weights in the base of the stand. I don't want replacement wheels from the manufacturer, there junk. I'm modifying the base with wooden blocks inside the base legs to space the internal weights in the base to retain stability. Then putting standard casters in available at my local H.D. or home improvement store. I won't be threading into there weights at all, but rather sliding the weights into the center a bit, then bolting onto the metal of the stand legs. Overall the stand is everything it appears to be, With slight modification and a few buck's the stand is fine. If you get it I hope you're handy. I'm happy with the magnifying lamp I bought with this stand and the stand itself other than the Wheels.