The Knapstein THEA-S floor lamp has a lamp arm that can be tilted at will via a joint. Its lamp head can be rotated and tilted independently of the lamp arm via an own joint. At the base of the lamp there is a ball joint with which the lamp can be tilted. The floor lamp THEA-S can be switched and continuously dimmed by gesture control. The sensor of the gesture control is located on the lamp head. The lamp is switched on or off with a wiping hand movement in the sensor area. To dim the lamp continuously, the hand is held below or above the sensor for a longer period of time. A memory function saves the light intensity last set and automatically selects it the next time the lamp is switched on. In the event of a mains failure, the lamp is automatically switched on if it was previously switched on. It remains switched off if it was also switched off before the mains failure. This function is suitable for use with switchable sockets.
The THEA-S from Knapstein is available in matt nickel, black, chrome and bronze effect finishes. The series also includes the THEA-S-Flex with a flexible lamp arm.