This 3D printed moon adds ambience to your room

This 3D-printed lamp gives new meaning to the term “moonlit room.”  My Metanoia says each of the moons have been printed in a 31-hour 3D printing process from 100% eco-friendly PLA from the USA.  The rigorous printing process results in a lamp that accurately portrays the moon’s cratered surface.  

The 500mAh built-in rechargeable battery charges in 2 hours and provides 8-10 hours of use.  The LEDs are switchable from white light to yellowish light.  The brightness is adjustable from 0.1W to 1.5W,  so this is an accent light or nightlight.  The Wireless 3D Moon Lamp comes with a USB charging cable and a wooden display stand.  It’s available in sizes varying from 3.9″ for about $75 up to 8.7″ for about $180 from My Metanoia.

Apparently, the printing plans are available online, so you could print your own if you have a 3D printer.  I’ve also seen these moon lamps offered on eBay and Amazon in a variety of sizes for much lower prices.

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5 thoughts on “This 3D printed moon adds ambience to your room”

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  2. You can find this for significantly less directly from sites like banggood. $180 is outrageous considering other locations can get one for $30. Is this a sponsored post? Especially considering the one direct link is for the high price, with mention of lower elsewhere…

    1. No, it’s not a sponsored post. I found the linked site first, so I used them. I didn’t want to always link to products at Amazon because I didn’t want people to think I was pushing their website.

      1. When the link, image watermarking and pricing provided is at least 6 times the pricing on Amazon and other sites, it’s more than a bit misleading.

        1. It’s not unusual for us to link to the original place where we find an interesting product and then link to another site like Amazon where you can find similar products for less if they exist.

          BTW: all sponsored posts will always be clearly marked as such.

          1. Not up to par for the site. Don’t base a post on an overpriced product, and then refer to more reasonable priced location by reference only, without any idea of the overprice multiplier. You could easily have based the post on the more reasonable locations first. It’s not like the Amazon price is just a few dollar less. It’s easily 6 times less.

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