Ikea JANSJÖ mini usb led lamp only £2 instore @ IKEA
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Ikea JANSJÖ mini usb led lamp only £2 instore @ IKEA

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Found 22nd Jan
Got one the other day, a really good little light and only £2, people on amazon and eBay want £4 plus


leave in the car, laptop or next to your wall sockets (with usb), it came in useful the other night when I had a powercut and I used my smartphone battery pack charger

You can easily direct the light where you want it because the lamp arm and head are adjustable

Key features
  • You can easily direct the light where you want it because the lamp arm and head are adjustable.
  • The LED light source consumes up to 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs.
  • A+ energy rating 20,000 hours
Assembled sizeLuminous flux:
10 lm
Package size & weight
LED USB lamp JANSJÖArticle no:
702.912.32
Package : 1
Length: 8 cm
Width: 7 cm
Height: 2 cm
Weight: 0.04 kg
Weight: 0.03 kg
Volume per package: 0.1 l
Good to know
  • LED life time approx. 20.000 hours.
  • This product bears the CE mark.
  • Built-in LED light source.
  • Light colour: warm white (2700 Kelvin).

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10 Comments
i use the non usb one daily. its good.
I’m gonna throw a sickie at work and race down
I have one (in burgundy) and while the light is good the gooseneck is not quite string enough to hold itself up in what would otherwise be useful orientations... but yeah, £2
it's always been £2 !!!!!
Does it come with an on/off switch?
Original Poster
mail-stephens52 m ago

Does it come with an on/off switch?


does plugging it in , and taking it out count
japcars8 h, 10 m ago

it's always been £2 !!!!!


It was even £1.50 in the past.
These are rubbish, not even worth a quid.
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1duck1 h, 15 m ago

These are rubbish, not even worth a quid.


any reason why, mine works great
whatyadoinsucka25th Jan

any reason why, mine works great

Low lumens, poor quality, you'd be as well ordering something similar from banggood or deal extreme and saving your petrol going to the dump that is IKEA.
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