&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy
&Tradition Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy

Caret MF1 portable table lamp, dark burgundy


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Caret MF1 portable table lamp


&Tradition’s Caret MF1 table lamp has a silhouette resembling the classic green ‘banker lamps’ that were once commonly used in banks and libraries. Designed by Matteo Fogale, the Caret lamp is a modern interpretation of the banker’s lamp – made entirely from lacquered steel, the Caret lamp is portable and has an integrated dimmer function.

The Caret table lamp provides soft downward-facing light in four brightness levels, and its USB-rechargeable battery provides light for about 11 hours on one charge. Thanks to its cordless and lightweight design, you can carry the Caret lamp wherever you want: place it on a desk or a windowsill, or carry it out to the patio if the weather is dry.

The shade: spun and welded metal, the battery compartment: moulded ABS
Dark red
15 cm
10 cm
22 cm
Bulb base
Light source
Dimmable 1W LED (included)
Colour temperature
2,700 K
Luminous flux
100 lm
25,000 h
IP rating
Protection class
Power supply
5.0V 1A
Certifications and labels
Cable length
200 cm
0.75 kg
Yes, 3 levels (100% -> 70% -> 40%)
Operating time when fully charged: 11 h (or 20 h with an extra battery). Charging time: 3.5 h (or 6 h with an extra battery). Comes with one battery. Extra batteries and a charging tray for 12 lamps can be purchased through our Customer Service.
Care instructions
It is recommended to use a soft dry cloth to clean
lacquered and powder coated surfaces but in case more severe cleaning is necessary, a soft cloth
wrung in lukewarm water can be carefully applied.

Matteo Fogale

Matteo Fogale is an Uruguayan-born designer based in London. Fogale has studied at the Art School Leonardo da Vinci and IUAV University of Venice in Italy, and collaborated with many international design studios, such as Patricia Urquiola, Nichetto & Partners and Barber & Osgerby. In 2013, together with designer Joscha Brose, he launched a brand named brose~fogale. Fogale has also worked as a lecturer in several design schools.

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