Luna Moon Lantern

Sep 18, 2015

Category: Living

The moon has an undeniable (and scientifically proven) effect on our mood and behavior. But, if you live in a city filled with tall skyscrapers and light pollution, you might not get a chance to see it when you want to catch a glimpse. Enter Luna, a little ball of light designed to look like the moon.

Luna can illuminate your home, providing a thought-provoking ambiance. It’s made of glass fiber and non-toxic latex, with luminosity ranging from LUX1 to LUX5. It’s water resistant, heat resistant and crashworthy. It comes in seven different sizes, ranging from the XXS 3.2-inch ball to the XXL 23.6-incher. Every Luna comes with a cord and a device that will allow you to adjust its glow, which is powered by Halogen bulbs. It can be used for play, ambiance, romantic settings and more. It’s available now starting at $65 for early backers. [Purchase]

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