The Lightcycle Morph lamp is rated for 181,000 hours of use, which is the equivalent of 7,542 days of light.
British appliance maker Dyson has unveiled an improved version of its smart lamp. Named "Morch", the Lightcycle features an adaptable and transformable 4-in-1 design. Like its predecessor, the lamp is able to simulate natural sunlight, taking into account the age, activity and location of the user of the device.
With the same characteristic Dyson engineering solutions design, the updated Lightcycle Morph has received a new industrial-architectural aesthetic. Outwardly, the lamp may resemble the perforated cylinder of Apple's iSight webcam. The lamp is equipped with a touch control lever and an LED optical lamp with a cooling system, which itself selects the optimal mode depending on the time of day and lighting tasks. The sensor is also controlled through the Dyson Link mobile app. The light temperature ranges from 1800K to 6500K with a maximum output of 850 lumens.
The main mode of the Dyson Lightcycle Morph is a workspace light, but there are also three additional special modes - side light “Indirect”, special “Feature” and streamlined “Ambient”. This is the most unusual and "smart" way, in which the light necessary for work in one stage turns into soft warm lighting to create an atmosphere of relaxation.
Like other Dyson products, the new fixture is positioned as a premium product. Lightcycle Morph prices start at $649. The lamp, whose copper tubes are filled with water under vacuum, is designed for 181,000 hours of operation, the manufacturer assures. That's almost 7542 days of stable light with no degradation in color or brightness.