This unique ceiling light from ManCave Art Store is designed to look like an old WWII era bomb. It’s decorated in an army green powder coat, with “ACME” lettering on its side, and has four 3-watt LED downlights installed on its belly. Perfect for hanging over a bar, pool table, or card table. Measures 40″ long x 8″ diameter.
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Xyla Foxlin likes to build all kinds of things but has a special affinity for canoes and paddles. Using an existing canoe as a mold, she created a translucent fiberglass vessel that she wired up with strips of RGB LED lighting, making it the most vibrant and colorful boat on the water.
Get a great deal on ZeroDark’s set of LED lights for all of your outdoor adventures. The trio includes a bright flashlight with six modes and a side floodlight, a collapsible lantern, and a head-mounted light perfect for late-night hikes. Save 66% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
Working from home? Give your workspace an upgrade with a high quality desk lamp. Phive’s modern metal light provides lots of adjustability with its swiveling, pivoting head, and 16.3″ + 16.3″ adjustable arm. Its diffusion panel uses 144 LEDs to produce smooth, glare-free light with six brightness levels and four color temperatures.
Give your over-the-ear headphones a proper place to rest when you’re not wearing them. This handmade stand from AmbiColoredLight features a head-shaped sandalwood-veneered base. At its center is a light-up acrylic porthole that displays a laser-etched waveform graphic that can change colors to suit your mood.
This compact LED lantern folds up for easy packing and opens up onto a kickstand when in use. It outputs up to 400 lumens of brightness and delivers smooth and even light in every direction. It’s just as useful for camping and working on indoor projects, and its integrated handle lets you hang or carry it while lit.
Milwaukee Tools‘ portable, rechargeable light uses ten LEDs to provide a smooth and bright light for your projects. It has 100, 250, and 550 lumen modes, and can pivot 210º to direct light where you need it. It’s got a built in carabiner clip for carrying, and a magnetic base for attaching to car hoods and other metal surfaces.
Feit Electric’s unique smart light bulb can produce the warm amber glow of an old-fashioned Edison-style filament lamp, or one of millions of colors from its RGB LED strips. Works in any standard E26 base, and can be controlled remotely via Alexa, Google Assistant, or the Feit Electric app.
Glow sticks can add a splash of color and light to nighttime festivities. But they’re also filled with hazardous chemicals and only last a short time. Nite Ize’s version uses LEDs instead, and lasts for up to 8.5h per charge. It offers multiple colors to choose from, is IPX7-rated waterproof, and includes an S-biner clip for attachment.
Like many places around the world, Tokyo likes to celebrate the holidays with lights. The photography masters at Virtual Japan captured this highly immersive footage of Tokyo City Keiba’s 2020 festival of lights, which features over 8 million individual lights for visitors to enjoy. It looks especially rich and vibrant in 4K HDR.
Each year, lighting designer Tom BetGeorge sets up the coolest holiday light show around. And every year, the visuals get more impressive. For those of us unable to visit the display, he’s been kind enough to share the 34-minute extravaganza. All he asks is that you consider donating to the McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter.
This portable light can kick out up to 1500 lumens in its brightest mode, providing smooth 360º illumination for your campsite or any place you need to light up. It takes four D-cell batteries and has four brightness modes. Integrated hooks in its top and base provide hanging versatility.
This adorable Baby Yoda Desktop Light will look great sitting on your desk or bookshelf and will bring a bit of the Light Side into your life on days when you’re feeling like giving in to the Dark Side of the Force. Rather than running on Midi-chlorians, this cute but powerful being gets its energy from a couple of AAA batteries.
The guys at ThunderDomes are in the business of building geodesic domes. But they also make some nifty LED lamps, which use 3D printing and cast resin structures to throw dramatic shadows onto walls, ceilings, and floors. They come in a variety of designs, with our favorite being the golden ratio spiral pattern.
Designer Samuel Wilkinson’s unique lighting system uses bulbs with flexible LED filaments to create a bold and modern look. The lights can work individually or in larger fixtures such as chandeliers. The bulbs come in four shapes, three “smiles” of varying degrees, and a curly shape that wraps around its ceramic base.
If you’ve got a theatrical Leko light and a metal pattern gobo lying around, you can project your own Bat-signal with ease. But if you don’t and you’re resourceful like NightHawkInLight, you can still build one, using a flashlight like the crazy-bright Imalent MS18, along with lenses and parts you can buy from eBay.
Improve your bicycle’s nighttime safety and visibility without installing extra equipment. Simply place this water bottle into your bottle cage, and you’ll get a bright source of light. It runs for up to 8 hours in constant mode, and 16 hours in flash mode. Of course, it still holds drinks too.
You would think that juggling balls when they’re attached to fishing line was kind of cheating. But juggler Daniel Rosenfeldt quickly proves us wrong with the precision choreography (and lack of tangled strings) in his orbit juggling routine. While he calls his routine “Starcatcher,” the light-up spheres kind of look like giant fireflies.
Released by Quirky in 2014, the PowerShell is a plug-in work light that uses six bright LEDs to illuminate any space. It offers adjustable angles and can sit on the floor, a tabletop, or even hang. It also has three built-in AC outlets. For a limited time, you can get your hands on one for a bargain price. Save 58% in The Awesomer Shop.
This truly unique LED bulb will definitely be a conversation piece in your room, and you won’t want to hide it behind a shade. It uses LEDs and a colorful prismatic mirror effect to make it look like there’s a burst of fireworks inside of its glass. It’s not bright, but works great as an accent or nightlight.
DeWalt’s rugged worklight offers great versatility thanks to its adjustable tripod stand. Its white LED light source outputs up to 3000 lumens, and can pivot and tilt to aim light just where you need it. Its telescoping pole extends up to 7 feet, and it’s IP55-rated for outdoor use. Available with or without the battery and charger.
Each year, Tom BetGeorge creates an incredible Halloween light show to raise funds for charity. As part of his 2020 show, he programmed a performance that syncs up perfectly with Metallica’s Enter Sandman. If you’re near Tracy, California, you can view the light show in person during its performance schedule.
Shimmering at the base of Australia’s sacred Uluru, Field of Light – Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku in local Pitjantjatjara – is an epic art installation of 50,000 solar-powered lights that glow from dusk ‘til dawn. Artist Bruce Munro’s traveling spectacle covers an area the size of four football fields until it’s lights-out 1.1.21.
Punching out up to 2,000 lumens, the OMNI 2K will have no trouble illuminating your work area. It can be used hands-free and angled towards your project, hung up by its handles, or attached to metal surfaces via magnets. Its offers multiple brightness levels, as well as a red emergency light with a flashing mode.
Add smooth and bright lighting to your photography with Nitecore’s camera light. Its 96 high-CRI LEDs produce up to 800 lumens, with an adjustable color temperature range from 2500K to 6300K. It attaches easily into a standard hot shoe mount, and doubles as a 10,000 mAh power bank for charging your gadgets on the go.
This airy-looking LED lantern kicks out up to 1000 lumens of light in high brightness mode, or 50 lumens in low mode. It’s powered by Coleman’s OneSource interchangeable battery packs, which can be used in other gadgets like flashlights, fans, speakers, and tent lighting. It can also be used to recharge smartphones.
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