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Jupiter lampe

FlowLow - Magnetic Floating in Air Jupiter planet lamp

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Experience a magical and unforgettable atmosphere in your home or office with the Jupiter Lamp, a masterpiece of modern technology and design that invites you on a breathtaking journey through the universe. This unique lamp combines magnetic levitation and 3D printing technology with high-resolution astronomical data to create an impressive and technologically advanced work of art.

The Jupiter Lamp floats and rotates silently in the air, and its slow movement creates an enchanting and relaxing atmosphere. With three different color settings, you can customize the look and feel of the lamp according to your mood and preferences, adding an extra dimension to your space and wowing your guests.

Operation is easy and intuitive with a single button, so you can enjoy the beauty of the lamp without any hassle. The innovative technology and unique design will leave you and your guests amazed and ensure that this unique experience will be remembered for a long time to come.

Give your home or workplace a touch of luxury and elegance with the Jupiter Lamp, and create a magical and captivating atmosphere that will excite and inspire. Order your Jupiter Lamp today and begin your enchanting journey through the universe.

  • LED color: White, Cold White, Warm Yellow
  • Jupiter's size: 14 cm
  • Base size: 134mm x 134mm x 28mm
  • AC adapter: 110-240V
  • DC plug: 12V, 1A
  • Certificates: RoHS and CE Mark
Shipping and delivery

As a starting point, your order will be prepared within 48 hours, and it will take 5-15 working days before you receive your package. In certain cases, however, it can go further. It will depend on the shipping company in question.

Satisfaction Guarantee

Flowlow offers a satisfaction guarantee on all products. This means that you can buy and try a product - and if you are not satisfied, you can get your money back within 90 days. Simply send your product and a valid receipt or invoice.

Use of the satisfaction guarantee on goods purchased in Flowlow.dk:
The satisfaction guarantee can only be used once per share. The satisfaction guarantee only applies on presentation of a valid receipt or invoice. The money is then refunded or a credit certificate is issued in the event that a credit certificate or gift card was used for the purchase.

The satisfaction guarantee does not cover:
If the item is damaged due to improper maintenance
If the item has been used for a purpose it was not intended for
If the purchase is a business purchase. Satisfaction guarantee only applies to private individuals.
Flowlow shall not be liable for indirect or consequential damages caused by you or third parties.

Facts and knowledge about Jupiter
  • Jupiter is a gas giant and the largest planet in the solar system.
  • It is the fifth planet from the Sun and has a diameter of approximately 139,822 km.
  • Jupiter has a mass of approximately 1.898 x 10^27 kg, which is approximately 318 times the mass of Earth.
  • The planet is an average of 778.3 million km away from the sun.
  • Jupiter has a rotation period of approximately 9 hours and 56 minutes, which is the fastest rotation period among the planets of the solar system.
  • It takes Jupiter approximately 11.9 Earth years to complete one orbit around the Sun.
  • Jupiter has an atmosphere consisting mainly of hydrogen and helium, as well as traces of other gases.
  • There are 79 known moons orbiting Jupiter, with Ganymede being the largest.
  • Jupiter has a ring system, but it is much fainter and less extensive than Saturn's rings.
  • The largest storm on Jupiter is the Great Red Spot, a persistent storm that has existed for at least 400 years.
  • Jupiter has the strongest magnetic field of all the planets in the solar system.
  • Jupiter is one of the five planets visible to the naked eye and has been known since ancient times.
  • Several spacecraft have visited Jupiter, including Pioneer 10 and 11, Voyager 1 and 2, Galileo, Ulysses, Cassini, and Juno. Juno is the latest mission and continues to orbit Jupiter to collect data on the planet and its moons.