The iconic Piña Colada lamp is Goodnight Light’s bestselling design, providing tropical warmth and welcome all-year round. Designed by Eva Newton and inspired by her love of the exotic, this fun and fruity design works in a variety of colours.
- Designed by Marke Newton
- Shatterproof: made of vinyl with no glass bulb
- Wireless: integrated USB rechargeable battery + USB cable
- Autonomous : up to 8 hours of autonomy on full charge
- Safe: emits no heat thanks to LED technology
- Eco-friendly: low energy consumption
- Soothing: high quality light produces a soft, warm glow
- Easy: charge it up and turn it on
Product Dimensions: (W) 160 x (D) 160 x (H) 375 mm
The integrated LED and battery unit is nominally rated at 500 maximum discharge-recharge cycles.
The LED circuit emits no heat and produces a warm coloured light of 120 lumens.
This lamp is supplied with a USB cable and can be charged using a standard USB 5V – 1A charger
This lamp is not a toy.
Lamp for interior use.
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ZONE 1: €12,90 (3-5 days delivery)
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Slovekia, Slovenia, United Kingdom
ZONE 2: €24,90
Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Estonia,Ireland, Lituania, Romania, Switzerland
ZONE 3: €50
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Everyone likes Piña Colada!
The Piña Colada Lamp created by GoodNight Light is designed by Eva Newton and inspired by some decorative movements from the 19th century: exoticism and 1950s tiki culture.
It looks great surrounded by natural materials, on wood or cork with leafy plants, or for a more luxurious look, on marble.
The designer, Eva Newton, says…
“For me it’s a celebration of the fruit itself; the instant tropical feeling it brings to your kitchen when you add it to your fruit bowl; it’s a symbol of holidays and tropical warmth all year-round.
It looks great surrounded by natural materials, on wood or cork with leafy plants, or for a more luxurious look, on marble. My favourites are the warm colours, and pink, but I have every colour around the house!”