Lantern by Guo Wei Chen: A cool lantern by Guo Wei Chen comes with '8' removable lightdisks; these lightdisks turns off when the path they are placed isn't used. These lightdisks are activated once released from the center of the lantern. To pick the lightdisks, hold the lantern over the lightdisks and push down onto them. It comes with a built-in 3.2 inch digital display for radio and other information; the built-in speakers allow you to listen to music or news. The controls, USB and power outlets are in the front of the unit and these outlets can be used to recharge your smartphones, MP3 players and other gadgets.
Bottle Lantern: Its a standard wide-mouth water bottle with four bright lights in its cover. These are powered up for about four minutes of light by spinning the holding hooks for thirty seconds.
Küch Lantern: Designed by Charles Jones, to activate it you need to squeeze its squeezable body or turn it on by spinning a rotary dial at the base.
Terrarium Lantern: Its a hand-held lantern that doubles up as a terrarium. The light source is used as a growth light by the tree saplings.
Plastic Bottle Lantern: This lighting instrument makes a creative and functional use of plastic bottles by making them into lanterns/lamps.
OXO Luau Lantern: It stays lit up to 10 hours, and is cool to the touch and provides a soothing light. It allows you to control brightness by simply rotating the lantern's base.
Lantern by Mathias Hahn: Designed by London designer Mathias Hahn, its a pendant lamp that clamps to its own flex.
Lantern by Cho Hyung Suk: This lantern combines four lamps surrounded by a wooden structure keeping them intact.
Hobo Lantern by Molo Design: Hobo lantern + bags are designed by Molo Design, its takes its inspiration from the urban night life of Tortona. The light glows through the translucent fibers on the bags.
Hourglass Lantern: Designed by Young Bok Kim, it's a modern take on the usual hourglass that lights instead of having sand. You can adjust the duration that takes for the light to flow from the top to bottom by twisting the two halves like a dial. And as time passes, luminance increases on bottom as it decreases on top .
Wooden Lantern: Its by designer Lee Leong Chye, it's a beautifully lantern made of wood and its bulb is powered by cranking the pump in and out, reminds of old kerosene lamps.
Solar-Powered Inflatable Lantern: Its extremely lightweight, looks like a simple plastic bag, comes with a very thin solar panel and bright lights that powers up to four hours of lighting at 35 lumens, or up to six hours at 20 lumens.
Tree Lantern by UGO Architecture and Design:
Paper Lanterns: The set consist of four white waxed paper bags and tea lights that create a decorative light.
Kenzo Solar Lantern: During the day it collects light and turns itself on by night to radiate a golden glow.
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