Rick, Morty, and Mr. Meeseeks are here to add a splash of light to any space. These officially-licensed collectibles are perfect for lighting up your garage workshop where you mess with the fabric of space and time. Each one measures appx. 4″ tall and runs on 2 AA batteries.
Add a splash of color to your space with these minimal pendant lamps. They come in colors like Cardinal, Sargasso Sea, Forest Biome, and Pewter, each corresponding to an official PANTONE color. Matching lampshades are also available, but we prefer the bare bulb look.
LiteZilla makes larger than life interpretations of the classic Lite Brite blown up big enough to cover a wall. The LiteZilla can be had in sizes up to 8′ wide, and comes with hundreds of colorful 1″ diameter pegs to create illuminated artworks. Custom sizes available direct here.
We’re loving the Striker TRiLIGHTs we’ve got in our garage, and now we have to get our hands on this slick shop light. This handheld version of their adjustable LED light gives you 3000 lumens that you can aim exactly where you need it, and offers a cool touch surface.
Lighting can work wonders for enhancing the mood of your living space. This smart light strip brightens up your space with 16 million color options that you can change and adjust via an app. Bend, shape, and cut the strip to fit around your furniture or fixtures.
Featuring a similar design to their excellent TRiLIGHT ceiling light, the Rover is a super-bright, 1200 lumen portable LED light which offers a 180º pivoting head, as well as flood and focus lens modes. It’s rechargeable, has hanging hooks, and a standard tripod mount.
The Lucnt SRL 1 is a bicycle brake light that can alert the people behind you when you’re slowing down. When you’re moving, the light continuously blinks. But when you slow down, its lights get brighter and turn into a steady glow, similar to a car’s brake lights.
The perfect addition to any gameroom (assuming you’re a Sony fan) – this 12″ wide LED accent light features the triangle, circle, X, and square button icons which set PlayStation controllers apart. The lights can glow steady or blink in a seemingly random sequence.
Rctestflight shows off some eyepopping desert aerial photography, the most impressive of which are the nighttime shots starting at 1:09. They used multiple drones – one to capture the imagery and another to provide illumination using a powerful 1kW LED light source.
Gear Aid’s LED area lights offer three selectable color temperatures and 10 brightness levels. They double as a USB battery pack, and can be mounted on a tripod. Available in 60 LED/320 lumen/10,400 mAh and a super-bright 82 LED/640 lumen/20,800 mAh versions.
A fresh take on snap-together building blocks, each oversize Light Stax brick has a built in LED light source. When placed on the powered base block, your creation lights up. Available in sets ranging from 12 pieces to 102 pieces, as well as an educator’s set with multiple power bases.
This accent light can be used either a wall- or table-mounted, and displays colorful light animations which spread from its perimeter into the toroidal pattern in its center. Made from CNC machined maple wood with an etched acrylic top. Comes in 12″, 18″ and 24″ sizes.
If you thought the LED flashlight you bought was bright, wait til you get a load of this thing. Matt of DIY Perks recently got their hands on a $500, 500-watt LED module from YUJILEDs, unboxed it, then connected it to a power source to show off just how intense its beam is.
From the guys who brought us the awesome Pixelstick comes a versatile compact lighting tool for photographers and videographers which adds a splash of color to any scene, and can animated colors for a variety of effects like police lights, strobes, flames, and more.
An incredibly bright, durable, and portable light for photography and video. Aputure’s battery-powered Amaran MX will offer a wide color range from 2300K to 6800K, and lasts from 1 to 8 hours per charge based on brightness level. It’s expected to sell for less than $150.
We’ve got Striker’s awesome LED lights in our garage, and they do a fantastic job. They’re super bright, adjustable, and have a motion sensor built in. We’re giving away one to a lucky reader ($129 value), and everyone gets 20% off with promo code AWESOME at the Striker shop.