Levitating Planet Lamp

(132 customer reviews)

USD$149.95USD$159.95

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The lamp features a globe of 7″ diameter, 16 colors (with remote control), auto-leveling base.

The Levitating Planet Lamp has five globes to choose from:

  • Moon
  • Saturn
  • Jupiter
  • Earth
  • Mars

They all feature:

  • A diameter of 7″ (except Saturn, which is 8.6″ on the ring)
  • 16 colors with remote control
  • An auto-levelling base

The enormous globe is more impressive to the viewers.

Size Comparison of Levi Planet's 7 Floating Moon Lamp and other's 5.5
Size Comparison of Levi Planet’s 7 Floating Moon Lamp and other’s 5.5

16 colors with dim control

All of our levitating planet lamps illuminate in 16 colors. Some would argue that the moon only reflects sunlight and appears yellowish, so a blue or even green moon is nonsense, but we say the yellowish is from a human being’s perspective. The dim control gives you precise illumination, all done by the included remote control on your sofa or bed.

Levi Planet Saturn lamp colors
Levi Planet Saturn lamp colors
Levi Planet Auto-Leveling Base with Remote Control
Levi Planet Auto-Leveling Base and Remote Control

Auto-levelling base

Levi Planet’s lamps come with an auto-levelling base, making it hassle-free, levitating the globe. The auto-levelling base uses a unique design compared to the regular base, where the user has to find a perfect balance, often misses it, and gets a vast BANG noise of magnetic attraction. It has a key to hold the base high, supporting the globe steadily. The user would gradually release the key to lower the base, departing it from the globe. The globe would then levitate itself. You will never be frustrated finding the perfect balance and being afraid of hearing the BANG again.

levitating moon lamp auto-levelling base
Auto-levelling base

The Moon

The Levitating Moon Lamp is so genuine that a photo would disguise the viewer as a portrait of the actual moon when lit up. It has a diameter of 7″. “Earth’s Moon is the only place beyond Earth where humans have set foot.” – NASA.

Many people were obsessed with this lamp. It’s a fantastic technology that will create a lasting memory for anyone who sees it.

Levitating Moon Lamp Crescent 1
Crescent of the moon lamp

The Saturn

The Levitating Saturn Lamp features a ring that no one else does. The ring’s outer diameter is 8.6″. “It is not the only planet to have rings—made of chunks of ice and rock—but none are as spectacular or as complicated as Saturn’s.” – Overview | Saturn – Nasa Solar System Exploration

Levitating Saturn Lamp 5 seconds original 3
The Lamp

VS.

Saturn Horizontal Banner Large
The real Saturn, courtesy of NASA

See it in action

 

Weight 2.65 lbs
Dimensions 9.26 × 9.26 × 8.07 in
Planet Diameter
  • 7"+
Power Source
  • Corded Electric, Base only
Switch Style
  • Remote Control
Type of Bulb
  • LED
Brand
  • Levi Planet
Manufacturer
  • Levi Planet
Globe
  • Earth
  • Jupiter
  • Mars
  • Moon
  • Saturn

132 reviews for Levitating Planet Lamp

  1. Sunday Roach

    Bit smaller than expected but otherwise ticks all the boxes

  2. Jarod Froemke

    It’s a bit of a challenge finding the balance point for this when you’re first setting it up, but once it’s there, it’s rock solid. My only complaint, though, is sort of a big one. If it loses power for any reason, it slams down onto the base hard. The first time this happened, it scared me (loud noise) but otherwise, all was good. But the second time it happened it broke two large chunks out of the moon model. I tried gluing the pieces back in place, but you can’t really do that without getting weird shadows/gaps in the surface, so it kinda ruins the coolness of it.I know they can’t really do anything about the slamming down on power loss since it’s an electromagnet, but knowing that power loss is likely inevitable for any number of reasons, I’d think it would make sense to make the model more durable.

  3. Fritz van Ijzendoorn

    Incredible!

  4. Abel Wiertz

    Awesome levitating moon light, love it !

  5. Eliseo van Beek

    It doesn’t float quiet as high as the picture would lead you to believe, but . . .It is an impressive piece of technology. Considering what all is going on with the levitation and color and intensity of the light, a scientific marvel without a doubt. I am very pleased to have one.

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