There are few things more satisfying than looking up at the moon on a cloudless night. It's a reminder, in many ways, of how small our pale blue dot is, and depending on what you're up to at the time, it can be a magical and romantic thing.
Moonlight, in short, is something special, and now you can replicate it with a nightlight that is literally a levitating moon.
The future is here, and it's as cool as any self-respecting sci-fi movie. Just look at the details in the lamp.
Manufactured by a company named VGAzer, its product description explains that it uses a magnetic levitation technique to suspend and spin the moon in mid-air without any support. Its realistic surface was created by 3D printing technology to try and replicate the surface of the Earth's moon as closely as possible.
This is a detailed breakdown of the lamp's setup:
This incredible lamp is very reasonably priced for being so technologically impressive, and it will set you back $109.99 on Amazon.
In addition to the aforementioned features, the lamp has dimmable changing features, which means that you can change its color from warm yellow to pink to white.
And if the product reviews are anything to go by, the lamp is as good as it looks, with an average rating of four stars from 102 reviewers.
One happy buyer wrote: "Looks amazing, [a] very nice addition to any room. Light is bright but not overpowering, really so beautiful. I was a bit skeptical about the quality and price at first, but it's a very well built item. Made of luxury wood base and has a touch button sign, just touch it to turn on/off the moonlight."
Another revealed: "It takes some time to put the moon on its place, but after you do it 3-4 times, it's a piece of cake."
So there you have it! If you're looking to embrace your love of the moon and have it shining bright regardless of its cycle or the weather, then this levitating moon lamp is an investment worth making. It can be purchased here.