Andale Speaker Lantern and Wirefree Charging Plate
Over the moon.
We fall even more in love with this Scandinavian lantern every time we look at it: It’s got an egg-like shell that contains a gently-glowing light—which'll give off a moon-like white glow or your choice of 10 colors and 4 light settings, (our faves are fade and dance). Plus, there’s a Bluetooth speaker, so you can play some music to set the mood. (Tip: Snag two for a full-on stereo sound experience!) Oh, and with its bent wood handle and rechargeable battery, you can tote it anywhere...night picnics along the river, outdoor concerts, you name it.
The wireless charging station for even easier going: The charging plate will charge up your lamp through any metal-free surface up to 2 inches deep, so you can install the charging plate under a shelf and bid farewell to visible cords (may we also suggest a wooden table?)
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Speaker is made of polyethene, speaker electronics, LED globes, electronic board, lithium ion battery, silicone ring, and laminated veneer lumber. Accessories included: speaker remote, 6ft, 2m micro and USB charging cable to charge lantern on it's own. Charging plate not required to charge lantern.
Wireless charging plate is sold separately and made of ABS plastic, electronics, and copper coil.
Cork cover plate is made of 100% cork.
Speaker measures 9.4" L x 8.4" W x 13.1" H. Wireless charging plate measures 5.8" L x 5" W x 0.67" H.
Care & Notes +-
Speaker has up to 10 hours of battery life. Light splash proof, do not leave outside in extreme weather conditions.
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