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Reddit mentions of Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Adjustable Tree Lamp, 60 W, A19

Sentiment score: 6
Reddit mentions: 8

We found 8 Reddit mentions of Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Adjustable Tree Lamp, 60 W, A19. Here are the top ones.

Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Adjustable Tree Lamp, 60 W, A19
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  • Boston harbor 3 light black tree lamp
  • Spotlights can rotate 350 degrees and pivot 45 degrees to shine light anywhere
  • Uses three 60 watt maximum a19 incandescent bulbs (sold separately)
  • 3 spotlights can rotate 350 degrees and pivot 45 degrees to shine light anywhere
  • Uses three 60 watt maximum A19 incandescent bulbs (sold separately)
Height65 Inches
Length12.25 Inches
Number of items1
Weight10.9 Pounds
Width13.5 Inches

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Found 8 comments on Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Adjustable Tree Lamp, 60 W, A19:

u/JustHere4SomeKisses · 4 pointsr/nursing

Former videographer here. Not bad OP! Nice work, good explanation, good tips.

Feedback: You had a really nice intro segment animation, which tells me you really want to get into making videos because those segments cost $$$. So if you want to make these videos look more professional quite easily, get yourself an entry-level DSLR (e.g. Canon T3i), a very good wireless mic (e.g. Sennheiser EW 100 ENG G3), and some better natural lighting, nothing crazy, just like two of these (Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Tree Lamp, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003A9E734/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_qSxpDPmTDk8rz ). This would all cost like $1000 or a little less if you shop around and would REALLY take your vids up a notch instantly. Lastly, if you're able to, pick yourself up a copy/subscription of Adobe Premiere Pro CC and start toying around with your videos in there. Learn some tricks, watch some tutorials on YouTube, just play around with your videos in there for a few months. You will definitely learn some tricks and cuts that will make your videos seem much more professional. Then find all the places on the net that your target audience is at (like this subreddit), and share the content directly with them there. Better yet, figure out exactly what they're talking about and wanting, and then make quickly videos in reply and share it directly with them. These are the steps you must take if you truly want success in video.

All that said, your content and attitude is great. Keep it up!!!! Good luck!

u/Neapola · 3 pointsr/Hue

I have a trio or "tree" lamp like this. I have the top two bulbs pointing up and the bottom one pointing down. For me, this works marvelously (my loft has high ceilings). My other lamp is a basic stick lamp.

Hue bulbs work well in just about any lamp, but avoid lampshades with color since the color of the shade would conflict with the color of light coming from the bulb.

OH! And if you have an iPhone, I highly recommend an app called Huemote. The guy who made it did a great job! In many ways, it's better than the official Hue apps. Also, Hue has two official apps. They released a new one but also kept the previous one available. The original Hue app is better than the new one for some things. Definitely mess around with both (they're free).

u/madAmos · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

The issue I have with a single extremely powerful lamp is you either have to bounce it off a wall or be blinded and you are limited in adjustment. My den had no overhead lighting so I put a tree lamp like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Boston-Harbor-Incandescent-Adjustable-Oversized/dp/B003A9E734/ref=sr_1_2?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1377665624&sr=1-2&keywords=Tree+Lamp in the corner of the room.

Two of the lights point to the corner of the room at the ceiling. One points down at my desk.

I'm using 23W 1000 lumen CFL's in the three lights.

u/dman81 · 2 pointsr/Twitch

Hello I use something like this. I threw in 3 led light bulbs and it works well for me. Boston Harbor TL-TREE-134-BK-3L 3-Light Tree Lamp, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003A9E734/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_4NzHzbBCGSSC5

u/tishpickle · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I wrote an awesome reply and accidentally deleted it....damn it. Second time around is the charm!

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u/boringusername7 · 1 pointr/Lighting

Ok take my opinion for what it is (an opinion).
I like the idea that you suggested for color temp, I would go with 3500K temp for the LED, 4000K is to blue for a warm comfy feel in the room and 3000 is a little to red for my taste. 3500 is perfect for a living room setting, but if you can not find it I would go with 3000K.

I would go with a center light like you have but flush mounted, then either choose a nice sconce on the same switch mounted to the wall or a [three light floor lamp] (https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Harbor-TL-TREE-134-BK-3L-Light-Black/dp/B003A9E734/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1523457838&sr=8-1&keywords=floor+lamp+with+three+lights) in the corner with the lights pointed at the ceiling and wall to get a nice reflective light lighting the room but also allowing for spot lighting when needed.

I would also go with dimmable fixtures, for the times when you do not need it to be as bright.

My general experience is when we light out rooms ourselves we have a tendency to not provide enough light for all situations and just go with what is good enough. So I am all for having multiple lights in a room, that are just ready for when needed, but left off when you want the warm comfy feel.

If you want to see if you have enough light already or not, buy a lamp and plug it in and move it around to see if you could use more light and if so where it would be best to place it.