I did not get my lamps from Amazon, but I am leaving this review in case it might be of help to someone. I am aware that without the help I received, I should not have found or tried these products.
My first Daylight Company desk light was given to me by Taunton's Musgrove Hospital,low vision eye clinic, arranged by my sight-worker, some 8 years ago.
The difference it made was so great I bought more. They are too heavy for me to move around.
6 original florescent tubes have now failed in as many months after some 6 to 8 years of daily use; one used on a timer, and on for 10 hours a day,for a number of years, another on for at least 8 hours. I use no other lights.
I have ordered replacement tubes from the RNIB as they are much cheaper than elsewhere. You do not need to qualify as blind to make purchases from the RNIB which also stocks the lights. This can be done over the phone.
The Daylight Company support line is second to none.I needed to know how to change the tube.
The staff speak a number of languages.
The Daylight Company also make a light for professional artists to clamp to an easel or designer's/architect's desk with the special light parallel to the picture.
"Access to Work," supplied me with an Ultrasharp computer monitor because of the vision difficulties I had. Without my Ultrasharp laptop I should not be typing this, nor have attempted to access Amazon's site.Ultrsharp is a trademark of one of the well-known computer manufacturers.
Short daylight days had been something to dread because of the imposed inactivity.
These items have made the difference between my being frustrated, exasperated and angry with myself, and being able to just get on with things.