Color Changing LED Lantern
Last summer I saw about 15 chinese paper lanterns at a campout hanging in the trees above someone's tent. A random rainbow of slow constantly changing colors, almost so subtle that you think you imagined it at first. And no electrical cords. Yup, you heard me, battery-operated color changing LED lanterns. I, of course, immediately wanted 20 of my very own. Thus the search commenced. It wasn't until I found myself at the same campout this summer and came across them again, and managed to hover over them longingly (and somewhat menacingly I was told) until I had found, cornered, and badgered the owner into revealing all of his secrets <mwua ah ah> Oops! I meant, politely and graciously inquired of their origins. The ThinkGeek site very kindly also has the candle version.
A unique little accessory for the home. This mason jar stores sunlight, and casts a subtle glow later in the night.
The umbrella is not only cool looking, but the light serves a purpose too, on those dark streets and alleys. And people will see you coming, so you can have that added visibility at night. It’s almost like an umbrella and a flashl... The umbrella is not only cool looking, but the light serves a purpose too, on those dark streets and alleys. And people will see you coming, so you can have that added visibility at night. It’s almost like an umbrella and a flashlight built into one device! What, no rain? Well don’t worry. You can use the umbrella’s handle as a light source.
perfect for those of us who love ambiance but are a little accident prone.
A great addition to the house decor , aye?