If you have someone who is hard to buy for or just seems to have it all then this may be the perfect gift. Nothing says I care like a cool new gadget that will mesmerize all who see it. It would defiantly make a great Valentine's Day gift.
This handsome bluedesktop decoration will transform your work or personal space. It will give you your own little piece of the world right at the comfort of your desk. In addition, everyone that sees it will want one of their own. The way it works is by levitating the magnetic hover disc over the World Stage base. Then all you have to do is place your favorite collectibles on the disc and watch them slowly rotate in space. It is amazing. It also comes with a 3" Earth Globe with NASA imagery that uses the magnetic disc to levitate and rotate serenely in space. Giving the illusion of the way the earth is in space. In low light settings you can clearly see the 8 blue LEDs shining up on your floating object creating a beautiful effect. This would make a very unique gift for someone special this Valentine's Day.
The Levitron World Stage is available at Sharper Image for $99.99.
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