These futuristic bedside lamps with touch control are down to $24

Maren Estrada

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If you really want to spice up the decor on your bedside tables or in countless other spots around your home, the AUKEY Touch Sensitive LED Table Lamp is an awesome way to do it. These sleek LED lamps have an awesome modern design as well as touch control, so you can turn them on or off with a simple tap. They also support multiple colors in addition to warm white. The $45 retail price isn’t bad at all, but a limited-time discount and the special coupon code QBAQENAS slashes it to an all-time low of just $23.79. That’s a can’t-miss deal, but it won’t last long so hurry!

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  • Versatile Lighting: A touch-activated table lamp that’s great for relaxing background illumination and reading. Suitable for bedrooms, living rooms, and hallways, as well as relaxed modern offices. Choose between warm white light and a rich blend of vibrant colors
  • Adaptable Modes: Just tap the touch control base to toggle three brightness levels of warm white light – soft, moderate, and bright. It’s comfortable and cozy for rest & relaxation and also great for reading on the bright setting
  • Colorful Display: Auto-cycle an extensive selection of colors from the red-green-blue color spectrum or pick and pause on your favorite
  • 360° Touch Control Base: Provides full control to easily power on/off and switch light modes, brightness, or color
  • Package Contents: AUKEY LT-T6 Touch Control LED Lamp, AC Adapter, User Manual, 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Warranty Card

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