Petite 4620 table lamp color birch
Petite 4620 table lamp color white
Petite 4620 table lamp color black
Petite 4620 table lamp color walnut

Petite 4620: Directable

The Petite table lamp for the office desk. The swinging shade is convenient for directing the light. Also brightens any night stand.

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Petite 4620. Private Residence, Helsinki, Finland. Interior design by Ulla Solasaari-Pohjanpalo Oy. Photo by Uzi Varon

Petite 4620. Private Residence, Turku, Finland. Photo by Antero Lynne, Focus Video

Petite 4620. Private Residence, Helsinki, Finland. Photo by Uzi Varon

Petite 4620 table lamp

Handmade of PEFC-certified formpressed birch in Finland by highly skilled craftsmen.

Finishing options

Natural birch White cable + structure painted white frame
White laminated White cable + structure painted white frame
Black laminated Black cable + structure painted black frame
Walnut veneer White cable + structure painted white frame

Product details

Material Formpressed birch slats, painted steel frame
Sizes Height 56 cm
Depth 28 cm
Width 20 cm
Base Ø 18 cm
Weight 3,3 kg
Package 27 × 27 × 64 cm, 4,3 kg
Light source GX53 base, LED max 7 W. Comes with a LED bulb (Airam Pro LED GX53, 6 W, 3000 K, 470 lumen, dimmable, may vary). The use of special bulbs such as halogen, mirror or 12 V bulbs in Secto Design lamps is prohibited, due to overheating.
DALI Attachable to DALI systems with a separate DALI-compatible trailing edge (phase cut off) type dimmer. Due to great variation in DALI systems, Secto Design does not supply DALI-dimmers. Please contact your local electrician.
Cable 200 cm, textile cable, switch on the cable
Classification Ingress Protection IP20, IEC Protection Class II, CE marking
Assembly Separate instructions on the website.
Maintenance Wipe dust regularly. To remove fresh stains wipe with a slightly moist cloth.

Assembly instructions

Step 1Place in the lamp shade by turning it clockwise.
Step 2Place in the LED bulb by turning it clockwise.

Warning: Don't hold the lamp shade from the wide end, instead hold it from the narrow end.