POLE FLOOR LAMP. FLOOR LAMP
POLE FLOOR LAMP. HALOGEN FLOOR READING LAMP.
Pole Floor Lamp
- A torchiere (tour-she-AIR or tour-SHARE), or torch lamp, is a lamp with a tall stand of wood or metal. Originally, torchieres were candelabra, usually with two or three lights.
- A floor lamp comprises a stand that supports the bulb holder and bulb, which is shaded to distribute light. Like table lamps, floor lamps cast a warm, ambient, cozy glow, and are also good for delivering local light to a couch or chair.
- a long (usually round) rod of wood or metal or plastic
- A long, slender, rounded piece of wood or metal, typically used with one end placed in the ground as a support for something
- A wooden shaft fitted to the front of a cart or carriage drawn by animals and attached to their yokes or collars
- a native or inhabitant of Poland
- A long, slender, flexible rod of wood or fiberglass used by a competitor in pole-vaulting
Verilux Heritage Natural Spectrum Deluxe Floor Lamp, Antiqued Brushed Brass
The ultimate reading lamp! Backed by 50 years of research, Heritage? scientifically tunes original Natural Spectrum indoor sunlight for readers' eyes. Exclusive Verilux technologies optimize black-white contrast and reduce harmful flicker and glare to eliminate eyestrain and enhance vision. Lamp height telescopes 39-53. Lamp head rotates and swivels 360?. With timeless design, solid metal construction, hand-polished antiqued brushed nickel or brass finishes, and a microprocessor-controlled power adaptor, Heritage? lamps last generations. Lamp includes energy-saving Verilux 27 W bulb that adjusts brightness to the equivalent of ordinary 75, 100, or 150 W bulbs. Bulb lasts 10X longer, too (10,000 hours).
[Buses in Beijing]???? Beijing Huayu BJD-WG120A <Trolley-bus> ?????? BPT #85773 Front-left at Liangguochang
A renovated BJD-WG120A 12m standard floor non-air-conditioning trolley-bus built by Beijing Huayu Trolley-bus Plant
In late 1990s, because of its auxiliary power and the capability of off-wire operating, BJD-WG120A is a pioneer among Chinese trolley-buses. China carried out its splendid “party”, actually an army march and civilian parade, on Changan Avenue on October 1, 1999 for the country's 50th national day. For that reason, trolleybus wires had to be removed from some crossings (for example, Xidan Crossing, Wangfujing Crossing, etc.) along Changan Avenue in order to raise the clearance for the military vehicles, and to avoid “visual pollution” of the entangled wires overhead. The national day called BJD-WG120A into existence.
Very square and box-liked in looking, BJD-WG120A is never remarked “sleek”, but as 10 years fled since the design, many bus fans still consider it very handsome. Built on a rear-engine-rear-drive chassis primarily based on Steyr 91 heavy-duty truck, BJD-WG120A has a long body reaching 11.98m, long front and rear overhangs and a 6m long wheelbase among buses at its time in China. However, the truck chassis also contributes to its three-step entrances and a floor as high as either 750mm (only the first batch) or 900mm. No one found the ride on BJD-WG120A comfortable since multi-leaf spring suspensions and drum brakes hardly provide comfort for passengers aboard. Driving this bulk is a 60kW DC motor from Shanghai.
The earliest BJD-WG120As were built in 1999 and were dispatched onto lines like 103 since these lines were via important crossings where wires were demolished. At these novelties’ debut in 1999, passengers were surprised to see trolley-buses de-poling during movement and poling automatically under a pair of “little roofs” (actually pole catchers). BPT observed the success and placed an extra order of hundreds of units. With new BJD-WG120As joining service, overhead wires at some other places like Baiyunlu, Dongdan and Beijing Railway Station are also removed to give way to the “clear street scenery”.
In the picture, Fleet No. 85773 (Trolley-buses Division, Trolley-bus, Code 773) on line 112 is making a U-turn before pulling into its first stop Liangguochang. From Liangguochang stop people can clearly see East Imperial Palace Wall Corner North Crossing stop, which is the final stop for Line 115. Although no trolley-bus travels between these two stops, overhead wire reserves for minor maneuvers. Originally built in 2001, Fleet No. 85773 is a third batch BJD-WG120A featuring white door frames and square-cornered door glasses. Among many units of the third batch of this model, it has its exterior paint, floor, lamps, route signs and tires replaced in 2009. Not all units have their tube tires replaced by Michelin tubeless tires.
Vintage Mid century style Brass Three light Pole / Floor Lamp-$60
Vintage Mid century style Brass Three light Pole / Floor Lamp Vintage mid century style pole lamp with three conical lamps with individual switches. Good shape overall. Newer reproduction piece. Works great! The lamp stands 64" Tall. Asking $60 obo
pole floor lamp
The MiPole is a portable pole dancing kit, designed to let you have lots of fun, work out, and feel sexy at the same time! The MiPole 50mm Professional Dance Pole Kit has everything you need to pole dance almost anywhere! It is easy to install, easy to take down, and easy to carry any place you like! As a truly professional pole dancing kit, this pole will easily handle spins, upside down moves, and any other advanced techniques. It is also great for beginners, since having a great pole to start your pole dancing adventure is crucial for you to learn and dance successfully! Every MiPole Kit Includes: - Portable Pole - Carry Bag - Feather Boa - Pasties One person easy installation will guarantee you will be dancing your way to a healthier and sexier self in no time. Upgrade play and have fun with the included pasties and feather boa! Fully PORTABLE! MiPole is very easy to take down and carry with the included carry bag. You can pole dance almost anywhere. Think you don't have the room in your home or office for a pole? Think again! With the quick set up you can be ready to dance in minutes, and easily store your pole away when you are finished. Frequently Asked Questions Q-How high does Mipole go to? A- It goes up to 9ft. high on any flat or popcorn ceilings! Will Mipole hold my weight? MiPole was designed to easily hold weights of up to 250 lbs, so you can rest assured this pole will handle any professional pole dance moves. All you have to do is make sure you install it properly! Q-Can I spin and hold myself upside down on this pole? A-Of course! As a truly professional portable pole kit, you can do any professional moves you like. Just make sure you know the limits of your pole dancing skills, and don't try to do any dangerous moves if you aren't sure you can. But otherwise, you will have a great time dancing on this pole, exercising, getting fit, and feeling sexy. This pole does not have a spin mode but you can do spins!
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