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Edison the Grand Lamp:the Yao Ming of Lamps

by Lambert Varias
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With a height of 35.43 inches – almost 3 feet – the Edison the Grand lamp is 5 inches taller than Danny DeVito. Okay it’s not really taller than ol’ Penguin, but compared to other lamps, it’s practically a lighthouse.

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Designed by Alex Bergman for Fatboy, Edison the Grand is shaped like a table lamp, but it’s I think it’s powerful enough to light up any area of your home, even your backyard.

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The lamp’s light emanates from its entire polypropylene body, so it’ll certainly be noticed by everyone in the room. You can get the Edison the Grand lamp at pid for 6,249 Swedish Kronor (appx. $917 USD).I know that $900 is a perfectly decent price if you’re buying an HDTV, not a lamp, but with the heat that this thing will generate it’s practically a radiator as well. Plus it’s reeeeally huge.

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