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For those who have everything: Light-Light

The top half of the Light-Light lamp shade floats freely above the rest thanks to a set of magnets and the engineering prowess of a small Dutch firm.

The 21st century has so far failed to deliver on past promises of hover boards and jet packs for everyone. But the Light-Light may just “satiate our need for all things futuristic.” It looks like a normal lamp, except that the top half of the shade floats freely above the rest thanks to a set of magnets and “the engineering genius” of a small Dutchstartup. Also available in a more traditional design, the Light-Light uses LED bulbs that are “not only energy-efficient” but “dimmable to your mood.”

$1,350, crealev.com
Source: GadgetReview.com

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