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February 18, 2015 AT 9:30 am

Rain Lamp with Actual Water

rainlamp

New from Richard Clarkson:

Continuing the studio’s nature inspired product line, the Rain lamp uses actual water to create a shimmering ripple effect. The inherent shape of the globe becomes a magnifying lens projecting the effect on the surface below. LED technology allows for mixing of light and water in ways that were never before possible. Rated to last over 100,000 hours the LED bulb is both stunningly bright and completely waterproof. A hidden pump circulates water from the pool and releases droplets that fall around the bulb. As the droplets fall upon the pool the light reflects on the surface and dances to the ripples. A wireless remote enables the user to specify both the intensity and frequency of the droplets within a given range.


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