LaserPod Available In The US

Posted: Oct 28 2004, 2:43pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:05am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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LaserPod available in the US
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We reported about this new cool looking light gadget called LaserPod the first time 2 weeks ago when I found it on some japanese site.

Now the LaserPod is going to be available in the United States, after it has gone "mad" in Japan and UK, told us the CEO of Nebula Plus, which is the worldwide licensed manufacturer and marketer of the LaserPod. It was designed by UK's Light Artist Chris Levine and his partner international fashion photographer Mario Testino.

The Laserpod is using the latest in laser, LED and crystal optics to create a meditative ambient lamp. With the the diffuser removed the light effects can be projected onto a wall or across a room.

The LaserPod sells for about $100.00 at the

For the UK and other contries visit Laserpod.

Update 11/04/04:
Laserpod Review with photos and videos.

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