Article last updated on: Jul 29, 2018

Blackbody Bonzai

The Bonzai lamp uses 12 circular OLED lighting panels. The lamp was designed by Cibicworkshop. The panels (made by Blackbody) are 5.8 cm in diameter and offer a color temperature of 3000K, efficiency of 25 lm/W and 2000 cd/m2 brightness. The lamp structure is made from glass and is dimmable.

The Bonzai lamp is now available from Blackbody for 700€.

Philips Moorea

The Moorea is an OLED desk lamp designed by Daniel Lorch. It sports two GL350 Lumiblade OLED panels (made by Philips) supported on a sprung-steel stem. Total light output is 240 lm.

Philips are already offering a limited edition lamp, but they also plan a large series release in 2013.

Vela OLED Chandelier

WAC's Vela OLED chandelier is an aluminum made lamp that has 24 OLED lighting panels. 12 panels illuminate surfaces below and 12 additional panels shine upwards - to render a "soft ambiance that evokes a lighter sense of space and visual comfort". The light output is 2040 lumens at 58 watts(35.2 lm/W). The CRI is 80, and the color temperature is 4000K. The lamp is suspended by aircraft cables, and the height is adjustable (up to 36 inches). We do not know who provides the actual OLED panels.

Vela OLED wall sconce

The Vela OLED wall sconce is a wall-mounted OLED lamp with six square OLED panels. The lamp is made from aluminum and is an exceptionally thin luminaire at 2.25 inches. The lamp consumes 16.4 watts and offers 4000K CCT, a CRI of 80, and an efficacy of 31.1 lm/W (total light output is 510 lumens. We do not know who provides the OLED panels.

Cinimod Studio OLED Moon chandelier

Cinimod Studio's OLED Moon Chandelier, designed by Dominic Harris is a "play between invisible light sources and the crescent of the moon in the sky at night". It consists of 19 crystal balls with circular OLEDs within. The OLEDs are made by Philips and are 69.9mm in diameter each. The materials are turned acrylic, carbon fiber, laser cut bored and turned aluminium. The whole chandelier is 800 mm diameter with 800 mm vertical drop.

Liternity victory

The Victory is the first Liternity lamp (a brand launched by Novaled). This premium limited-edition desk lamp uses four rectangle OLED panels and has a carbon-fabric base. The lamp is 35 cm high and 40 cm deep.

The victory is available in several colors and will start shipping in September 2011 in Europe, the US and the U.A.E. According to our sources, it costs 4,998 Euro (including VAT, and 4,200 Euro without VAT, which is about $7,400). You can find more details here.

Blackbody smart oled

Smart OLED is a family of small OLED lamps by Blackbody. There are seven different lamp designs, some use a single OLED panel and some two. Each OLED panel is 100 cm2 in size, has a color rendering index of 80 and a color temperature of 3200K. The power consumption is 2.8 W.

The Smart OLEDs are now shipping, starting at €440. The V-LUX costs €572. Here's our hands-on review of the V-LUX dual-OLED desk lamp.

Lumiotec Hanger

The Hanger is a portable lamp that uses Lumiotec's 14.5x14.5 Square white OLED panels. The OLED features a color temperature of 4,900K, maximum luminance of 2,700cd/m2 and it consumes 9.5W. The lamp itself comes in several colors (red, white, yellow, blue, yellow-green, pink, purple and silver).

The price of the Hanger (including the controller, dimmer switch and AC/DC adapter) is ¥35,000 (or about $450) which makes it the cheapest OLED lamp available. Here's our hands-on review of this interesting OLED lamp.

Lumiotec Vanity

The Vanity is a desk lamp that uses Lumiotec's 14.5x14.5 Square white OLED panels. The OLED features a color temperature of 4,900K, maximum luminance of 2,700cd/m2 and it consumes 9.5W. The lamp a beautiful "transparent" touch dimmer control.

The price of the Vanity (including the controller and AC/DC adapter) is ¥55,000 (or about $700). Here's our hands-on review of this beautiful lamp.

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