Sunday, June 22, 2008

Powered by solar energy, bright flower pot that does just

Taking photosynthesis to the next level, as its name indicates, this design 28cm tall pot absorbs the sun's rays in order to charge an internal battery that powers the built-in LEDs.

As night falls across the pot begins to shine, add a "enchantment" light touch to your garden.

There are two pots in tenders - a constant that glows white or one that phases through a kaleidoscope of colors.

The pot of the solar cell is at a peak that connects through the pot to 3 meter cable. Just stick in the ground and hide the cable. All this is splash proof, although not as much as frost.

The length of time the pot is lit depends on the amount of sunlight the solar panel is exposed throughout the day, but the claim is that you're looking at about 6-8 hours to 2-4 hours in summer and the winter.

Just white is £ 19.95, while the option to change color will cost £ 22.95.

source [engadget]

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