Levitating Lamp // Moon
Bring the beauty of our solar system to your home decor with this levitating Moon lamp. Using magnetic levitation technology, this 3D printed LED lamp floats all on its own above the included base just like its celestial counterpart. Each lamp is equipped with touch sensor controls and 3 lighting modes so you can select the perfect lighting for your space. Give it a gentle spin and enjoy the mesmerizing motion of this miniature moon magically suspended in mid-air.
7.7"L x 7.7"W x 6.8"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year
— 3D Printed
— Magnetic Levitation: Hovers 1-2" Above The Base
— Floats Automatically When Powered On; Attaches Magnetically To Base When Powered Off
— Touch Sensor Controls
— 3 Lighting Modes: White, Warm White, Warm Yellow
— Power Source: Wall Plug
— Cord Length: 6.5'
— Voltage: 110-220V
— Bulb Type: LED
— Bulb Included: Integrated
— Dimmable: No
— Wattage: 0.5W
— Lumens: 55
— Color Temperature: 3000K - 6500K
— Bulb Lifetime: 50,000 Hours
— Color Rendering Index: 3.2-3.4
— Assembly Required: No
— Instructions Included: Yes
— Suitable For Outdoor Use: No
— Certifications: CE, FCC, RoHS
— Product Weight: 2.6 lb
— Globe Size: 5.5"Ø
— Base Size: 7.7"L x 7.7"W x 1.2"H
No, it needs to be touched to spin.If it does not levitate when the power is off, does the globe just drop and fall off?
The globe will be attracted by the magnet on the base when it is powered off.Is the mapping of the moon accurate?
Yes, the mapping of the moon is based on NASA imagery of the actual moon.is it possible to have the bulb replaced when it burns out?
No, the bulb is integrated and not replaceable.How long does the bulb last?
The bulb will last at least 50,000 hours.What is the globe made of?
The globe is made of ABS.Does this need to be plugged in or is this rechargeable?
It needs to be plugged in. The cord is connected with the wood base.
Shipping AvailabilityCanada, United States
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ship InLess than 1 week
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation