Levitating LED Bulb Flyte

A floating LED light bulb has made possible by a Swedish designer Simon Morris by using magnetic designs.

The wooden base of the LED bulb uses electromagnetics that allows the 60 lumen LED bulb to float and rotate. The multifunctional base also works as a smartphone charger, and the bulb does not require additional charging.

A woman reads a magazine while sitting next to Flyte. (All photos courtesy of Flyte)

While the LEDs luminous efficacy is only 16 lm/W, the warm white bulb with a color temperature of 2,700-3,000 K is still a stunning design.

A diagram of the floating Flyte LED bulb design. 

Morris Kickstarter project for the levitating LED bulb that ended in late May 2015 raked in US $617,258, people interested in the bulbs can still place in pre-orders for the bulb starting from $ 249. Expected delivery date for the LED bulbs will be October 2015.

From left to right: Walnut, Oak, and Ash models of Flyte LED bulbs.
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