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Lidl has car and home lighting systems

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Lidl has introduced new products to its offer starting Monday, March 21st. An LED lamp, which is magnetically attached to metal objects, costs 25 lei. The device, the Parkside brand, is available in two variants, including one with a hook that can be rotated 360 degrees. The devices provide a maximum brightness of 200 lumens. The round lamp has a maximum autonomy of 2 hours, and the one with a hook autonomy of up to 4 hours.

At the same time, Lidl has a 3-in-1 LED flashlight. It can be used as a flashlight, night light or motion sensor light. The device includes a self-starting function and turns on automatically when the mains fails. The maximum battery life of the 500 mAh battery is 3 hours. The LED provides a maximum brightness of 150 lumens. The flashlight, Crivit brand, costs 45 lei.

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Moreover, a desk lamp, with integrated clock, Livarno Living brand, is available at the price of 119 lei. The device provides three-way dimmable brightness, displays time (12 or 24 hours), date, day of the week, and temperature (in degrees C or F). The lamp also offers an alarm clock function with eight different sounds.

The device has a height of 50 cm, a power of 3.2 W and offers a maximum brightness of 320 lumens. The lamp arm is flexible.

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An LED strip with a length of 5 meters and 150 lights is also available under the Livarno Home brand. It has six steps for light intensity, can be sectioned and is self-adhesive. The device, with a power of 24 W, costs 90 lei and has a remote control. The power cord is 1.5 meters long.

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