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Lumir C – The Candle Powered LED Lamp

Light up the night using no electricity with Lumir C, the candle powered LED lamp. Using no batteries, which cause pollution to our environment, or electric outlets, which cost money, this Led lamp can provide ample light for reading, a meal, or even to set the ambience without using any electricity. Because of this freedom, Lumir C is ultra portable and can be taken virtually anywhere including camping trips. This lamp, elegant and tall, is placed securely over a short candle or tea light. The flame activated the LED meaning you can light up a whole room with just a candle – perfect for power outages. Lumir C is available in Mood, which disperses the LED light everywhere, and Spot, which directs the light to a single area.

Lumir C – The Candle Powered LED Lamp
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9.5/10
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Michael Cheng
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Brightness
15 lm
Weight
500g
Material
PC, PTFE, Al
Top Diameter
2”
Bottom Diameter
3.5”
Height
9”
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Heath

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