Jul 26 2007The Blow Table Lamp


The Blow Table Lamp is lamp designed by Studio Italia Design that features a low-voltage lamp encased in an outer, clear-crystal globe.

Lamp direction is controlled by a matching decorative magnet located on the outside of the clear globe. Place it almost anywhere on the globe and the inside lamp will follow. The Blow Table Lamp is a studio quality work of art that is fun to maneuver.

This thing looks so good but also seems so impractical. How are you supposed to change the bulb? I'm assuming the case comes off but that sort of defeats the whole purpose. You could just stick a glass case around a regular lamp. And at $1,200 the whole point of this thing is to not be a regular lamp. Well, that and to bankrupt you.

Product Page [Lumens via SCI FI Tech]

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Reader Comments

Maybe it's an LED and you just toss it and buy a new one when it burns out. Because if you have 1200 bucks to drop on one lamp, you better be rich enough to be able to afford two.

What a coincidence! I have studio quality reproductive organs!!

This isn't the sort of blow I was expecting.
Colour me disappointed.

Seems this is supposed to look like a light bulb...

i'm swayed by the matching decorative magnet.
because matching AND decorative is like some kind of insane deal!

if the glass is thick enough not to break down and eventually be permeable to air, the light bulb should never go out.
light bulbs only burn out when air gets in and reacts with the tungsten filament.
we have the ability to make light bulbs that don't ever burn out, but to keep light bulb companies in business, they don't actually make them...

This would be great for reading. You can just move the magnet as you read. Oh, wait - then you will have a stupid magnet over the text you're reading.

Our factory also produced one similar to this item, amazing the same to this one!

Welcome ODM or OEM!



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