It’s not a lamp in the shape of an evil toad. It’s a lamp that mimics the behavior of todais, a.k.a. Japanese lighthouses. Prior to today, I thought that todai meant all you can eat sushi. The Evul Todai Lighthouse Lamp brings color, aroma, and motion to any space and captures the serenity and handsomeness of white Japanese lighthouses.
The Evul Todai Lighthouse Lamp features:
Power consumption: 100V 50-60Hz, 15W
Color filters: 5 colors, 15 patterns
Aroma oils (not included): pour into hollow on top of lamp
Turning intervals: 4-22 seconds (adjustable)
Height: 19.6cm (7.7″)
Power cord: about 2.4m (7.9″)
Weight: about 667g (23.5 oz)
Bulb: E12 (G25 size), 110V/15W (clear)
Includes lens, color filters (blue, green, orange, red, pink x2 each)
Get ‘Evul’ and decompress after a hard day’s work. The lamp helps set the mood for down time and relaxing, and maybe even a little romance. What’s not to love about colorful lights dancing along the walls and soothing aromas floating in the air? Aromatic oils are not included with the lamp, however, that gives you more license to choose the perfect scent for whatever occasion.
The Evul operates by a heat convection system that allows the lamp to run silently in typical Japanese fashion.
To add to the lamp’s specialness, it is entirely manufactured in Japan and comes in a beautiful gift box made in the same factory that produces boxes for Louis Vuitton merchandise in Japan. The white ceramic pieces of the lamp are handcrafted by Shuzan, a skilled and respected third-generation potter.
The Evul Todai Lighthouse Lamp is sold at Japan Trend Shop for $274 US. Another lamp-like gadget with aromatherapy plus an alarm clock, also featured on GeekAlerts, is the Peaceful Progression Alarm Clock.