Manhasset 1050

Manhasset LED Lamp II

Manhasset replaced their rechargeable model 1050 with the 1060, also known as LED Lamp II, which removes the rechargeable capability and uses three AA batteries instead. Designed by Manhasset to fit their stands, this light is priced affordably. Two clips provide excellent stability, but do not accommodate stand desks any thicker than the Manhasset. It operates either on wall power or on batteries (but will not charge the batteries). The 1060 sits over 4 inches above the top of the stand, which limits visibility of the conductor but provides more than ample clearance for tall music. It covers most of two pages, except for the upper corners, and casts a blue color on the music. As the batteries lose power, the light continuously dims. The LEDs were still on after 19 hours in our testing, but only 32 lux was emitted at that point. The power switch provides low and high brightness settings and is located prominently on the side. The head tilts to four positions to angle the light to the page and folds under for transportation. However, the large plastic shell does not collapse, so the space gained for storage is minimal.

Brightness:
745 lux
 
Bulb Type:
LED
 
Light Color:
Cool Blue
 
Dimmer:
Two Level
 
Wall Power:
Included
 
Battery Power:
Disposable
 
Number of LEDs:
15
 
Power Used:
2.0 watts
 
Material:
Plastic
 
Hot Surface:
No
 
Shields Audience:
Yes
 
Number of Clips:
2
 
Max. Lip Thickness:
0.07 in
 
Cord Length:
4.8 ft
 
Lights per Power Strip:
3
 
Battery Type:
AA
 
Number of Batteries:
3
 
Run Time (full brightness):
19 hrs
 
MSRP:
$44.99