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excellent - love it!
Looks cool, but I think it would get knocked over way too often.
Does it stand up straight? looks like it would get knocked over easily. But its cool!
Hi,Dear Very nice information about One legged lamp stand and very attractive lamp...............Projector Lamp
very artistic.., the design was so brilliant and fashionable.., its suite to the modern houses today..,
Great concept and design. I like the use of the green cord.
You might want to fix the wall faceplate.
Thanks for the nice comments! I have thought of using magnets at the base, and steel plates to do a wall mount. At the moment, it's filled with some ball bearings at the base, so it's about as stable as it can be, I think.
Maybe you should mount it on a flat piece of something to keep it from ever tipping.
Maybe you should get a different cord color. The lime green is a tad bit distracting.
Please,please get a cover for the outlet. 60 cent can save you from electric shock. oh and nice lamp. 8)
love the black and green! very Memphis
Actually. To be more convenient, why not just tape a fork to the wall right next to the electric socket? As it is right, now it's still too safe for kids.
wrapping the extension cord like that can cause it to heat up and maybe Catch Fire...
I'd be "shocked" if Charles is going to update us on the face situation.
Though this is a beautiful lamp, it is still a risky hack to do. You're creating a electromagnet. I don't know where you're living, but it would be illegal in EU.
Oh man this is an interesting idea. I wondered about these lack tables what they should be good for after their life - very interesting idea.
Can someone tell what kind of bulb and cover is that? Or what is going on there?
i was gonna say make it retractable but it dosent seem to have the best balance
I gotta say, I like the outlet uncovered. I usually like seeing what people do with light witch and outlet covers, but this is fresh. Without kids, this works with the motif.
@Anders, very good observation. This is an extremely dangerous hack. AFHH.
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