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Cordless Floor Lamps

A cordless floor lamp is useful, much in the same way a cordless table lamp is useful. A floor lamp is often limited by the length of a cord. If you want to place it in the corner of your room, no problem. But you need to have an electrical outlet in the place you wish to put the lamp. If you don't have an outlet, or the outlet is too far away, then you need to start getting into extension cords. Those are never fun!

If you want to avoid all the hassle of these cord issues, or you don't have an electrical outlet where you want to plug in your lamp - then a cordless floor lamp may be a good choice for you. These cordless floor lamps are generally battery operated. Some may require batteries to be replaced at some point, others have long lasting life batteries that may never require to be replaced.

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