When we last heard from Sean he had just put together a nice collection of beer bottle lamps. What better way to up the ante then by going to an even bigger decanter?
We received this e-mail from Sean:
“A newly available power LED light has enabled yet another innovative bottle lamp. The light contains 3 power LED chips, a red, a green, and a blue. A n integrated circuit inside the light’s housing turns on combinations of the LEDs to emit a total of 16 colors. The LED comes with a credit card sized remote control that can be used to select one of the 16 colors or allow the light to automatically cycle through all the colors in flash, strobe, or fade modes. These lights are very efficient and only consume a total power of 3watts while emitting the equivalent of a conventional 40 watt incandescent bulb. These lights are available in the standard E27 screw base, the GU10 Twist base, and for those who prefer not to operate directly on 120 VAC power, the device is available in the MR16 2 pin base which can be connected to any 12 Volt AC or DC supply.”
Wouldn’t these look cool sitting on a bar shelf?
It’s really cool to see the whole series of bottles together with different colored lights. Of course with sixteen colors to choose from I suppose you have to draw the line somewhere. These bottles are nice to work with because they are beautifully frosted. The colorful lighting takes them to a whole new level.
We want to thank Sean for sending us his latest bottle lamp projects.
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