INSPIRING LAMP WITH THE ABSOLUTE WOW FACTOR
Suspended in mid air through the use of innovative electromagnetic technology and powered by induction the Levitate Bulb is sure to turn heads and start conversation.
POWERED THROUGH THE AIR
Wireless power transfer transmission has been around since the days of Nikola Tesla. With the Levitate Bulb, we've packed some of Tesla's tech and combined it with magnetic levitation, opening up a magical world of possibilities. Power is transferred wirelessly from the base to the bulb.
We use energy-efficient LEDs rated at about 50,000 hours. That's 12 hours a day for 11 years! Our wireless power module transmits about 5V and is completely safe and harmless.
The Levitate Bulb base is made of quarter-sawn oak, ash, and walnut wood finishes. We want your Levitate Bulb to look good, feel good and last a long time.
MINI ART INSTALLATION
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it' s the Levitate Bulb. This futuristic take on the Edison bulb is a levitating light that hovers above its base by magnetic suspension. As the energy-efficient LED bulb floats, it rotates slowly in the air, adding, even more, a mystery to this extraordinary object.
HOW TO LEVITATE?
Getting your light bulb to float for the first time will take a lot of patience and practice at first. If this is your first time using magnetic levitation products, you may need no attempt a few times first before succeeding. However, once you succeed once, it only gets easier and easier!
Place the base on a flat, non-ferrous surface and turn on the
power by connecting the cable to the base and plugging the
adapter into your outlet.
Hold the light bulb with both hands. start from the center of
the base and 10cm above the base, and slowly go down until
you are about 2cm above the base. You will feel an upward
repulsion force on the base.
Once you feel that the bulb is almost balanced in mid-air (not
falling down or being pushed up), slowly loosen your grip. If
the light bulb ends up being sucked to the base, pick up the
light bulb and restart from step 2 again. Otherwise, great job,
you got it to levitate!