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Solar-powered Edison Light Is a Bright Idea

 |  |  |  |  November 17, 2017

Celebrate one of the world’s greatest inventors with Kikkerland’s desktop sculpture of Thomas Alva Edison. Not only does it look like man behind some of the earliest electrical inventions, but it actually lights up too.

Tiny Edison stands there on your desk, light bulb in hand, ready to provide a splash of accent light to your space. The bulb gets its power from a solar panel on Edison’s back, but the way he’s holding the bulb in his hand actually reminds me of some of rival Nikola Tesla’s wireless electricity experiments. On the other hand, this 7″ tall dude runs on DC power – which Edison championed, rather than Tesla’s AC system.

No matter who you stood with in the Current War, you’ll be a winner with Tiny Edison lighting up your desk. You can grab one now over at Amazon for $25. Oh and speaking of Edison vs. Tesla, I couldn’t help but post this…