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When closed, the Gingko Mini Smart Book Light in walnut finish looks like a hard cover book bound in lasercut wood, but when opened it transforms into a sculptural light emitting a wonderful ambient soft white LED light through water resistant and hard wearing Tyvec pages. With its clever and elegant design, it opens to 180 or to a full 360 degrees with cleverly concealed magnets that also add the option for it to be attached to metal surfaces.
Powered by a built in rechargeable lithium ion battery (USB charging lead included), the book light can be taken anywhere you want inside or out, for use it in a bedroom, kitchen, office, or any outside location. A full battery charges lasts for 6-8 hours. Closed dimensions: 4.8” x 3.5” x 1” (12.2 x 9 x 2.5cm).
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