USB Spaceman Light
Flip the astronaut's visor to turn the light on and off.
The USB Spaceman Light is one bright light for mankind!
The adorable astronaut casts soft, bright white light from twin LEDs tucked behind its helmet. To turn it on, flip up the visor. And when it's time to shut things down, close its helmet to turn off the light.
A foot-long flexible metal cord tethers the astronaut to a USB plug (providing all power) and can be angled into any suitable position.
Compatible with any USB port.
Features & specs:
- Dimensions (astronaut): 2.25" x 1.75" x 1.25"
- 12" long (30.5cm) flexible cable
- 2 x LED bulbs (12 lumens)
- Flip visor to turn on/off
Watch our USB Spaceman Light video
Houston, we have an awesome light!
The USB Spaceman Light is fun and functional, which is pretty much the technical definition of "curiously awesome".
A bright LED inside the astronaut's helmet emits twelve lumens of soft white light. This is ideal for reducing eyestrain during late night computing.
The visor doubles as the light switch!
Simply flip the astronaut's visor up or down to toggle the LED... so clever!
Strong, flexible cable
The USB Spaceman, reminiscent of an astronaut on a spacewalk, is tethered to his source of power with a sturdy and flexible metal-clad cable. Simply bend it into a convenient position.
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