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Wat idro-lamp

Wat idro-lamp

Feb 28 2011, 10:03 am 0 Marco Russo

The lamp that we want to report today is the brainchild of French designer Manon Leblanc, and has as its main feature its functioning: in fact “Wat” is a table lamp powered by water. Water (few drops are enough) introduced into the lamp, in contact with a rod of carbon placed inside and covered with magnesium powder, generates a reaction that converts the chemical energy in hydroelectric power that can switch the lamp on. Now with Wat, water as well as quenching our thirst and cleanse our body, may also light up our environments.

Designer: Manon Leblanc

Tags: creative design designer innovative lamp light lighting water

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