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Cosmanized Workbench Lamp

Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
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  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp
  • Cosmanized Workbench Lamp

Cosmanized Workbench Lamp

Regular price $75.00 USD Sale

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Even in a well lit workshop like mine, a workbench light is a must.  When cutting dovetails, tenons, or doing any work you want your workpiece lit up without any shadows. This adjustable lamp is what I use and I love it.

We beefed up the lamp's stem by inserting a steel rod into it to prevent the lamp from bending or breaking at this traditionally weak spot.

It comes with a special "Mushroom" shaped holder that we manufacture to hold the lamp.  The "mushroom" fits into a 1 inch diameter bench dog hole.  The mushroom has a 1/2 inch hole drilled through the center that the lamp stem fits into.     

  • Includes lamp and mushroom holder.
  • BULB NOT INCLUDED.

  • Bulb socket size: A19

  • Shade diameter: 7 inches
  • Cord length: 4 feet, 11 inches.
  • 110V Power Supply ONLY (North America)


Customer Reviews

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Rob Lauriston
Really better than your average swing lamp

For a couple of years, I have had both a Cosmanized lamp and a generic lamp. When I decided to get a third lamp to light up my bench top bandsaw, I chose the Cosmanized lamp because:
1. The Mushroom. I drilled a hole halfway up the side of my bench especially for the mushroom, so that when I wanted a light to shine from behind where I was working, I could easily move the lamp forward. I don't think it would work as well to make the smaller hole for the just the lamp.
2. The Cosman lamp seemed to have better springs, and better tightening knobs to hold it in the right place.
YMMV :-)

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Anonymous
Fingers are healing.

Works really well. It's nice to be able to see what your sawing.

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Brian Miller
Workbench lamp

The lighting in my shop isn’t the greatest however with the addition of the workbench lamp I can actually see what I’m doing now. I really like being able to move it around!

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Alan Dietrich
Lamp etc.

Excellent. Rob personally called me to thank me for the order. Unheard of and very much appreciated.

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Anonymous
Workbench Lamp--good and needs some tweeking

I really do love the lamp. However, even if I adjust the nuts on the arm(s) I can't get it to stand up straighter. Perhaps I'm missing how to make this adjustment. It would be great if the lamp came with some simple instructions for adjusting the arm tension.

Thank you