Lumo by Lexon is an alarm clock which projects the time at the wall or the ceiling.
Jeremy & Adrian Wright have invented something special for the French manufacturer Lexon: The flat and edged shape of Lumo is broken by the objective, since it is diagonal and coming out of the whole housing. The time is projected at walls or the ceiling with it, so that it is comfortable to know what time it is when one is still lying on the bed. The time can be projected at different places of the room, since the objective is rotatable by up to 180°.
The Lumi LED-alarm clock by Lexon has an automatic dimmer, which adapts to the light circumstances. Besides the network operator, the alarm clock is also able to run with batteries. Lexon manufactures the Lumo alarm clock out of AS and rubber-coated ABS-plastic.
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