It comes in eight sizes, the smallest being 4.8 inches in diameter and the largest being 9.9 inches. You can choose between 16 colors and whether the light flashes, fades, strobes and remains simply on.
Some purchasers found the remote wouldn’t consistently be read by the lamp. Others noted the battery only lasts a few hours.
Its brightness can be adjusted and it can swap between white and pale yellow colors. It’s 3.5 inches in diameter and comes with a ceramic base in the shape of a hand for display. It takes up to three hours to charge for up to 24 hours of light.
It includes a USB charging cable but not the outlet to USB adapter that lets you keep it plugged in and turned on.
It’s 5.9 inches in diameter and can be set to one of 16 colors. It offers four lighting styles and its brightness is adjustable. You can order it with a wooden cube or plastic hand base.
The battery only lasts for a maximum of 12 hours, though customers found it lasted closer to four to six hours.
It can be controlled with an included remote, using a long press to change the brightness and using a short tap to cycle through colors. There are 16 colors and four lighting modes to choose between.
Some consumers found the touch controls to be on the finicky side. Others had issues with the remote ceasing to function.
The crescent moon portion has four lights peeking through while the dangling globe gives off most of the illumination. The base is sturdy to keep the lamp in place and hides the battery compartment and power switch.
A USB power cord is included but a wall adapter for it isn’t. Plus some people found the cord wouldn’t power it anyway.
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