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Blocklite 9-Volt LED Flashlight

$18/2pk.  Buy Link Comment

This ultra-compact flashlight snaps onto the top of any 9-volt battery, turning the battery into its handle, and pushing out bright light from its six LEDs. It’s also magnetic so you can hang it up on your fridge or other metal surface.

Dierya 60% RGB Keyboard

Dierya 60% RGB Keyboard
$45  Buy Comment

An ultra-compact 60% keyboard that features top-end features without breaking the bank. It features 63 anti-ghosting mechanical keys with RGB backlighting, and works with either a wired USB or wireless Bluetooth connection. Available in four different key firmnesses.

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DIY LED Video Wall

DIY LED Video Wall

It’s pretty clear from bitluni’s use of a chainsaw to cut his wood that he’s no carpentry expert, but he does know a thing or two about electronics. Check out the slick Arduino-controlled LED video wall he built in less than 24 hours. The parts list is in the video description on YouTube.

B.A.M.F.F. Tactical Flashlight

B.A.M.F.F. Tactical Flashlight
$35+  Buy Comment

Striker says B.A.M.F.F. stands for “Broad Array Multi Flood Flashlight,” but we know what it really stands for. Either way, these badass lights offer dual CREE LEDs,the ability to cast both spot and flood lights at the same time, and 400, 600, or 800 lumens of brightness.

Spinning LED Light Ball

Spinning LED Light Ball

We had to go back in time to 2010 to find the original video of this crazy device, but the payoff was worth it. Forssa1’s crazy spinning contraption is loaded up with RGB LEDs and looks like some sort of inter-dimensional travel portal when activated. More here.

Nite Ize SlapLit LED Drink Wrap

Nite Ize SlapLit LED Drink Wrap
$12  Buy Link Comment

Light up your evening parties with Nite Ize’s fun and festive SlapLit drink wraps. Their neoprene insulator wrap keeps drinks cool and palms dry, and a their slap-bracelet inspired center band glows in one of three colors thanks to LED tech.

PurpleWires LED Tables

PurpleWires LED Tables
$300+  Buy Comment

Etsy seller PurpleWires takes ordinary coffee tables and makes them extraordinary coffee tables. Choose from tables which light up with rainbow colored animations, or even let you play Tetris or Snake. Our only concern is shipping the furniture all the way from Ukraine.

Samsung LED Wall Displays

Samsung LED Wall Displays

Samsung’s LED signage division shows off insanely large LED displays designed not just for viewing TV, but to turn walls into moving works of art. Displays measure from 109″ to 219″ diagonal. There’s no pricing info on their site, but we’re certain such things are only for the uber-rich.

Nemuix Biölite Reading Light

Nemuix Biölite Reading Light

The Nemuix Biölite is a reading light that’s as thin and small as a bookmark. Its low-blue light LED is designed to minimize effect on your sleep cycle, and is mounted on a flexible conductive film. You can clip it to the top of a book or use it freestanding. It lasts up to 4h on a coin cell battery.

Nite Ize Taglit LED Marker

Nite Ize Taglit LED Marker
$10  Buy Comment

Improve your visibility and personal safety at night with these weather-resistant LED tags which clip onto clothes, bags, and shoes using magnets. Each one has four bright LEDs which can light up in solid or flashing modes, and runs for up to 70 hours between battery changes.

LED Tracing Pad

$25  Buy Comment

It used to be that artist’s lightboxes were big, clunky things. Now, thanks to modern LED and optics tech, they’re thin and portable. This one has a 12″ x 8.5″ surface, perfect for tracing images onto letter-sized paper. Save 49% in The Awesomer Shop.

Element Modular RGB Wall Light

Element Modular RGB Wall Light

Similar to the Nanoleaf, PhotonLab’s Element is a modular RGB wall light. You can control each tile or a group of tiles using via its app, gestures, sound, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or IFTTT. It can also be used as a night light, a clock, and a notification display.

LED Flame Speaker Lamp

LED Flame Speaker Lamp
$40  Buy Link Comment

This portable, rechargeable lantern not only provides a warm, flickering glow that simulates a flame, but it doubles as a Bluetooth speaker, making it the perfect light source for a romantic night on the beach, or a dinner party out on the deck.

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Night Book Lamp

Night Book Lamp
~$216  Buy Link Comment

YSM’s Night Book is an LED lamp that looks like a book. It turns on when you take it out of its cover, making it perfect for sitting alongside actual books in a bookshelf. You can use it vertically or horizontally. Despite its price, it’s sold out as of this writing.

Dot Matrix Bike Light

Dot Matrix Bike Light
$20  Buy Comment

This modern take on bicycle lighting adds a 64-LED tail lamp which can display animations to draw attention, along with the ability to display left or right turn signals from a handlebar remote. It also can project laser beams to create a virtual lane boundary for your bike.

Streamlight 360º Penlight Lantern

Streamlight 360º Penlight Lantern
$26  Buy Comment

This pocket-sized flashlight combines a focused spotlight beam on its tip with a broad, omnidirectional lantern on its side. It can also stand up thanks to its bell-shaped rubber boot. Its C4 LED outputs 65 lumens, and runs for up to 6.5 hours on 2 AAA batteries.

Zarathustra Bicycle Lights

Zarathustra Bicycle Lights

The Zarathustra is a pair of handlebar-mounted bicycle LED lights. They work as turn signals, brake lights, hazard lights and standard lights. They are waterproof and easily removable for charging. Their modes are toggled via a thumb button and managed via an app.

EcoXGear EcoLantern Speaker

EcoXGear EcoLantern Speaker
$100  Buy Link Comment

This waterproof LED lantern doubles as a Bluetooth speaker with 360º sound. Its 4400 mAh battery offers up to 24 hours of light, or can recharge gadgets too. Its 400 lumen light source has 5 modes including bright white, red, color fade, music synced, and emergency.

iLute LED Marquee Letters

iLute LED Marquee Letters
~$180  Buy Comment

iLute makes LED-illuminated marquee letters and symbols that are great for personalizing rooms and establishments. Each letter stands about 12″ tall and is designed to have no visible screws. The LEDs are rated to last up to 50,000 hours.

The Light Desk Lamp

The Light Desk Lamp
$540  Buy Comment

Instead of casting light directly from its three sunlight-color LEDs, Balmuda’s unique desk lamp reflects light forward, preventing the user’s shadow from falling in front of them. It has six dimmer settings and has a storage compartment in its base.

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Panasonic Any-Battery Flashlight

Panasonic Any-Battery Flashlight
$36  Buy Comment

Panasonic’s chunky little LED flashlight isn’t a picky fella. It gets its name from the fact that it can be powered by one or more of a variety of battery sizes: D, C, AA or AAA. It lasts up to 86h and can also be used as a lantern.

Light Painting with a Drone

Light Painting with a Drone

Builder Tom Stanton attached a long vertical LED light bar to his drone, and managed to fly it horizontally to capture some cool long-exposure images. His design is based on Ivan Miranda’s light bar, but you might be able to pull off something similar with a Pixelstick.

Gixie Clock

Gixie Clock

The Gixie Clock is an affordable alternative to authentic nixie tube clocks. Instead of nixie tubes, it uses RGB LED tubes, which last longer and draw less power. Its tubes can also be set to display in a variety of modes and colors.

SteelSeries QcK Prism Cloth

SteelSeries QcK Prism Cloth
$40-$60  Buy Comment

If you liked the idea of SteelSeries’ QcK Prism mouse pad but you think it’s too expensive, check out the company’s new QcK Prism Cloth. It has the same grippy cloth surface as the QcK Prism as well as two programmable LED zones. It’s available in two sizes.

DIY LED Timber Floor Lamp

DIY LED Timber Floor Lamp

Modustrial Maker teamed up with fellow builder Jonny Builds to transform a huge honkin’ wooden timber beam and sheets of steel into a sculptural ambient floor lamp, loaded up with LED strips that display patterns in reaction to music. We want one of these in our office.

Finger Fireworks

Finger Fireworks

Dance crew XTRAP’s act includes a series of numbers that use led-adorned gloves to show off the performers’ smooth and precise finger tutting movements. Kuma Films captured a more intimate solo performance as well.

Herston Self-balancing Lamp

Herston Self-balancing Lamp
~$340+  Pledge Comment

This elegant desk lamp wonderfully marries form with function. It uses cast-iron weights in a counter-balance mechanism to make it easy to adjust the lamp’s height and length. It also uses conductive materials on the joints instead of cables to transmit power.

DIY LED Trampoline

DIY LED Trampoline

The guys from electronics site Adafruit Industries show off a fun project you can make for yourself – a trampoline with a cool LED light ring. The lights aren’t just colorful, they can be triggered based on when you jump up and down. Full build guide and parts list here.

iLux RGB LED Floodlight

iLux RGB LED Floodlight
$23  Buy Comment

We already have a variety of options when it comes to mood lighting for inside the house. But if you want to light up the outside of your house as well, check out Lighting Ever’s iLux Smart Floodlights. You can control up to 50 of them at once using its app, no hub needed.

LitraTorch

LitraTorch
$80  Buy Link Comment

The LitraTorch provides up to 800 lumens of steady light and 2200 lumens of strobe light in a compact cube. It has a variety of mounting options – a clip, a tripod mount and a magnet – and is waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof. It also works with GoPro mounts.

Nanoleaf Canvas Light Panels

Nanoleaf Canvas Light Panels

Nanoleaf’s new Canvas are modular light panels that are square and can be arranged in an offset manner instead of just a grid. They can be set to change patterns or colors with a touch or a swipe. They will be available soon for $300 for a pack of nine.

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