There’s nothing worse than stumbling to the bathroom in the middle of the night, only to find that you’ve peed all over the seat and the floor. Actually, there is one worse thing – your wife or girlfriend finding out. IllumiBowl fixes that problem once and for all.
A screw-in lightbulb replacement designed to illuminate dark places like garages, unfinished basements, sheds, and more. With its adjustable LED panels, and 3000 lumen output, it can illuminate every corner of the room, and turns on and off via motion sensor.
A set of high tech bike lights that hold in place with powerful magnets. The headlight and rear brake light offer bright turn signals, and the rear light also projects a laser perimeter on both sides of your bike. A power-saving mode adjusts their intensity based on ambient light.
Bookman’s rechargeable bicycle lights are visible both straight ahead and from the side, thanks to their curved design. Their silicone strap fits up to 40mm poles. The front light lasts up to 35 hours per charge while the rear light lasts up to 10 hours per charge.
Light up your darkest nights with the ultimate power in the universe. This 6″ Death Star will bring the a little light to the Dark Side of the Force – at least until the batteries run out. Glows white or red, with a green superlaser. There’s also a giant-sized version for $200.
It might look like a can of Red Bull, but it’s actually a colorful lighting fixture. Designed to throw a splash of colorful light on walls or ceilings, these battery-powered, remote controlled LED lights can go anywhere, and stay lit for up to 8 hours per charge.
This 1-1/2″ waterproof cube wirelessly connects with your smartphone to provide improved lighting for your photos, as a synced flash over Bluetooth, or providing constant light for videos. It’s adjustable up to 1500 lumens, and GoPro and Hot Shoe mounts are available.
Whether you’re running, walking, or biking at night, you want to be visible to cars and other hazards. This modern take on the slap bracelet will fit around your wrist, arm, or leg, and provides bright red LED illumination and a reflective pattern too.
This massive chandelier in Russia’s Leningrad Center uses a grid of 1,089 moving wires, each of which has a multicolored LED orb at its tip. Its computer control system lets it create wireframe objects that look like they’re floating in space.
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