A 70s lamp with a modern look
It's wonderful to be able to look back in the past and yet feel like you're looking right into the future.
That's exactly how we felt when we saw Hans Due's lamp, originally designed and produced in the 1970s.
Because Phister is so simply designed and so full of elegance that it remains a modern design.
Designed as a tube with clear cut surfaces at both ends, it points obliquely upwards from its place on the table.
A simple design and yet so inventive that it's hard to take your eyes off it.
Same design with new features
We haven’t touched the design itself. But in our relaunch of Hans Due's lamp, we have updated the technology to give you more options.
The lamp's light now comes from an LED bulb. You can adjust the light by pressing the on-off button, which also functions as a dimmer.
By building in a rechargeable battery, we have also made the cable on the Phister redundant. Instead, it now comes with just a plug, so you can charge the Phister with the included cable. When the diode lights up green and the lamp is fully charged, you can easily carry it around with you.
Just like the original, you have the option of using Phister as a wall lamp. The bottom of the lamp has two holes for hanging. No screws are included. Phister is a rechargeable lamp with a charging time of 8 hours. On a full charge, it can last for up to 15 hours.