ON THE BRIGHT SIDE
Working up to 20 hours per day and testing more than 6,000 organic materials, Thomas Edison finally produced the first practical-use incandescent bulb in 1879. Though never in his wildest dreams could he have imagined this wireless, rechargeable version of his invention.
With hundreds of tiny LEDs shaped into a vintage-style filament, the glass bulb packs a powerful battery in an elegant design, which can last up to five hours on a single charge. Stand it upright, carry it in your hand, or lay it artfully on its side. But be prepared to do some explaining—this illuminating homage to Edison's classic is a guaranteed conversation starter.
PLEASE NOTE: This item is built to U.S. electronics specifications and may need additional modifications or converters to be used in countries other than the U.S. and Canada.