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Large portable LED lamp
9 LED colors
Push activation light
IPX4 water resistant
Autonomy: up to 24h (tested at 75% brightness, 22°C ambient indoor temperature)
Charging time: 3h
Rechargeable via USB-C (cable included) or wirelessly
Material: aluminium / ABS
Suggested branding: pad print – laser
Ø5.51 x 5.51″
The Mina L brings an exciting size, flourishing light, and stunning design all to one device. Make a statement wherever you use it, indoors or out.
Mina L is rechargeable using any Qi-enabled wireless charging station. You can also use a USB-C charging cable to recharge the LED.
An impressive 9 LED color range that you can bring to your bedside, workspace, or patio. The color change and dimming function are all controlled by a press down feature on the top of the light.
The Mina L has up to 24h of battery life from a single charge, making it the perfect companion all day and night.
Designed with an IPX4 water-resistant casing, means that it’s okay if your Mina L is left outside in a little rain.
Our designers have crafted a sleek, statement-making aluminum base available in four selected colors. Try multiple to create an atmosphere that’s completely your own.
Quaglio Simonelli was born out of a meeting between two designers, Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli, their common work is really fed by stories, a creative look at the surrounding world, mutations they would wish to induce: therefore they create familiar looking objects contaminated by the unexpected and the poetical. Miami is the name of the collection: elegantly flying on nostalgic wings, an Art Deco stylistic wink meeting actual technical requirements. It preserves gracious powers through a transversal proposal. This series bears the precise signatures of an approach basing their practice - never to see things the way they are.