Key facts

Product description

SmoonCage is a «Moon» cage!
SmoonCage Nomad is a lamp that works like a mobile phone: it has to be charged and then gives a 10 hours light. It can be used everywhere: no wall sockets needed to lite. Thanks to its sensitive switch it switches on and off with a tap of a finger! We put moon rays in the Cage to create a magnificent lamp looking like a Light Cage! Indoor and Outdoor use, rain resistant SmoonCage Nomad is usefull on a table, in a bedroom, on a terrace… and even can be hung up from the ceiling or on a tree. This lamp was created by a French Designer Team who has taken care of every detail in order to have a perfectly aesthetic and well finished lamp. The light is given by a group of Power LED that has a life time of 10 years allowing to avoid to generate waste and save electricity.

Indoor Charger Collection
2 lamps in 1, this is what the Comet charger creates! Like a Cage posed on a foot, it gives the impression of a floor lamp lighting the Living room, the bedroom…and at the same time it charges up the Cage that can be used alone by itself when it is necessary!
Comet charger: Existing in black, white, stainless steel
Lighting system: Power LED, 650 lumens
7 colors of fixed light available: pure white (6000°K), warm white (3000 °K), amber, red, green, blue and pink
Alimentation: 12 V
Size: diameter 22 cm, H 45 cm
Weight: 4 kg
Material: polyethylen, Lead battery, simple charger provided with the lamp
Warranty: 1 year
Made in France

Product family

Concept

Moon Portrait…In the style of Jacques Prévert.
« We painted a cage with an opened door… Something pretty, something simple, something beautiful, something useful… Then we placed our painting on a tree, in a garden, in a wood. And we hid behind the tree silently, without moving… We waited for long years before the moonlights decide to enter in the cage. And when they entered we slowly closed the door. »
SmoonCage is the result of designers’ dream, «to catch moonlights and put them in a cage.
Collection Smoon Cage, first presented in January 2012.