There seem to be very few contemporary touch lamps with a frosted glass shade. And even fewer less than $50. This was the only one I could find, actually. After getting a dented one from Amazon, I chose Walmart. Mine came slightly dinged, but also the neck was bent, which makes the light lean a little to the right. There is also a little bit of rust where the base and the neck meet. My other half talked me into keeping it -- apparently, it's no big deal. Other than flaws in packaging and materials, there are a couple a design issues I didn't like: The lamp shade is a little short, making it easy to see the light bulb when working next to it; The felt pad on the bottom barely holds everything inside and it won't fit so that you can't see it from above; the neck is thin and stylish with it's wave appearance, but it looks just a fragile as it is. What did I like? I specifically like having a lamp I can touch the top of to turn on and off, however the metal piece is very small (compared to my previous lamp). I also likes that it came with a light bulb. Yikes, maybe my expectations were too high!
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