Energy-efficient light combined with trendy colors
The colorful Qod Agent table luminaire from Osram brightens up the home
With the Qod Agent luminaire, Osram is adding a new member to its Qod product family: a two-tone enameled L-shaped metal frame forms the housing for the new, slimline table luminaire. The front is available in a selection of colors such as fiery Chili Red, fresh Mamba Green or bright Candy Pink. The reverse side is either white or black, depending on the model. The cable for the LED panel is the same color as the front and is threaded through the metal base, contrasting with the color of the reverse side and making an attractive visual design feature.
With a beam angle of 45 degrees, the Qod Agent makes an ideal reading light, workplace light or foyer light accessory. From September, the luminaire will be available in DIY stores and furniture stores in the seven trendy colors Osram Orange, Candy Pink, Mamba Green, Chili Red, Pure White, Lunar Silver and Luxury Gold from a recommended retail price of €59.
OSRAM AG (Munich, Germany) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens AG and one of the two leading light manufacturers in the world. In fiscal year 2011 (ended September 30, 2011), it generated revenue of about 5 billion Euros. Osram is a high-tech company in the lighting sector and more than 70 percent of its revenue comes from energy efficient products. The company, which is very much internationally oriented, has around 41,000 employees worldwide, supplying customers in 150 countries from its 44 production sites in 16 countries (as of September 30, 2011). Additional information can be found in the internet at www.osram.com
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