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LED Mobile Lights Powered by the Sun

by Paul Strauss
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These dynamic modern lights from Japan create a cool glow in any space without need for connecting them to an external power source.

Kyouei Design’s Mobile Lights store solar energy during the day, and automatically turn on when its dark. If there’s not enough daylight to keep them charged, that’s okay, since each segment has a set of AA batteries inside to keep them glowing too.

Each set of three LED lights hangs from your ceiling by sturdy nylon fishing line, creating a swoopy kinetic sculpture in any room. You can find Mobile Lights at Kyouei’s online shop for ¥21,100 (appx. $213 USD).




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Comments (2):

  1. Corey O says:

    Why is Japan always the innovator? When will America start with eco-friendly inventions? Perhaps soon, perhaps soon.

    http://www.worldgonemobile.com

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