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If you’re in the market for a tough, strong, powerful light device that will make you say “I love lamp” and actually mean it, a Los Angeles Chargers offensive lineman has the perfect product for you.
That lineman is obviously fourth-year guard Forrest Lamp. And he’s sharing news of his new forest lamp called The Forrest Sequoia.
But really, it’s a lamp fit for a forest even if it can’t quite reach up to its namesake.
You knew it was coming. Here it is. My first signature lamp from @LampsPlus: The Forrest Lamp. The first model is the Forrest Sequoia floor lamp. If you need a new rustic faux wood floor lamp, this is the one. https://t.co/R7KAtQ2Lrw #myLampsPlus #boltup #Chargers pic.twitter.com/tx5WR5JK3A
— Forrest Lamp (@flamp76) December 9, 2020
The lamp is part of an endorsement deal with Lamps Plus, which Lamp been working with since before he was drafted out of Western Kentucky in 2017. It’s a limited-edition release at a price point of $199.99 and “combines elements of strength and resilience with a faux wood finish,” according to its description.
Lamp is lit up about it.
“This Forrest lamp is awesome — it looks like a forest tree trunk, perfect for my name, of course. The lamp and the wicker shade are definitely my style,” Lamp said in a statement. “You can’t go wrong adding the Forrest lamp to your place.”
He added: “I’ve dreamed of having my own signature shoe, so having a Lamps Plus lamp with my name is right up there.”
And just look at these photos. The 6-foot-4 lineman takes protecting this lamp, standing at a slim 5 feet, very seriously.
A thing I learned today: #Chargers OL Forrest Lamp has an endorsement deal with Lamp Plus, a lamp company. And this is his first signature lamp, called the Forrest Sequoia. A forest lamp from Forrest Lamp. pic.twitter.com/qRT2DdPJAt
— Daniel Popper (@danielrpopper) December 9, 2020
There appears to be more lamps on the way and it’ll be interesting to see what they come up with next. Different styles of trees? Enough to literally have a region-based diverse forest in your living room?
Brick Tamland would probably love that.
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