Sands Of Timed Light

Once you are dead asleep, there is little use of the night lamp that keeps burning uselessly. The 15 Minutes Lamp is an innovative fusion of a sand-timer and mood lamp that comes handy in this situation. As the sand flows towards the light at the bottom, the illumination dims out. In about fifteen minutes or so the entire lamp portion gets covered, the lights go off and you are fast asleep.

The timer can be adjusted to 15-minutes interval and when the sand flows down completely, the power is automatically switched off by the weight of the sand.

15 Minutes Lamp is a 2013 IDEA Awards winner.

Designers: Hye Min Lee, Hye mi Lee and Sun Hwa Jung



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