Philips LivingColors LED Lamp – Mini Edition

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Philips LivingColors LED Lamp

Remember the beautiful LivingColors LED Lamp from last year? Philips is now about to release a mini version, featuring 256 different color modes.

Although smaller in size the Mini LivingColors still emits an amazing amount of light like its predecessor. The unit itself now looks even better and would fit into a multitude of environments, whether that’s an office or bedroom or living room! You can change your room dramatically in an instant without the need for a single drop of paint.

The lamp has integrated with the colour wheel which means no more searching for the remote control! It can stay static on any one of 256 variables or can continuously loop for the ultimate party effect!

Philips LivingColors LED Lamp

Philips LivingColors LED Lamp – Mini Edition

  • Change the colour of you walls as often as you change your mind
  • Choose from 256 different colours or loop continuously
  • Long lasting high powered LEDs (red, green, and blue)
  • Intuitive colour wheel to select colour
  • Energy consumption 7.5 W
  • 230-240 v
  • Light Output: 70 Lumen
  • White or black units fit with most decors.

The Philips Mini LivingColors is expected to arrive at the end of September 2008 and can be pre-ordered from Red5 for £85 (about $166 USD). You can find a similar LED Lamp at for about $20.

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4 Responses to “Philips LivingColors LED Lamp – Mini Edition”

  1. Hmm… Cheap solution to save some more money on paints. But you’ll need a bunch of them to fill your entire house with the color light, right? 🙂

  2. Hehehe…I guess you’re right Ken. 🙂

  3. Mustafa Abdul Rasheed Reply February 22, 2010 at 11:57 am

    it is a very beautiful thing. i think that we can use instead of paints.

  4. it is a very nice, thank you

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