Table lamp for colourful accents
The Transloetje table lamp is a relative of the popular Edison The Petit table lamp - both come from Fatboy , have a similar shape, convince with extraordinary details and yet both have a very own character.
Transloetje is available in many different bright colours and thus sets lively and colourful accents everywhere - both indoors and outdoors in the garden or on the balcony, because the lamp is ultra-mobile. It is wireless and rechargeable via a micro USB port, so you can easily take it anywhere. For example, it is also the ideal companion for a cosy picnic in the park.
View of the inner workings
In contrast to the Edison The Petit Transloetje offers a view of its inner workings: the portable table lamp in retro design presents the observer with an LED lamp in the form of a traditional light bulb, which is connected to the rechargeable battery in the base by a cable.
Dimmable and mobile
To ensure that the lamp can provide the right light for any mood, it can be dimmed to three different levels. Thereby Transloetje The luminaire does not require a visible switch - simply touch the base of the luminaire to switch it on and off or to dim it. Depending on the light intensity, the light duration per battery charge is between 6 and 20 hours - definitely long enough for cozy evenings at the garden table or in the reading chair.
Where does the name come from Transloetje The word is a made-up word consisting of two terms that sum up the essence of this lamp quite well: on the one hand, Fatboy wanted to design a TRANSparent version of Edison the Petit. They succeeded. And "LOETJE" is the Dutch, ancient derivation of the Italian word "Luce", which means light. That's how simply the name of the lamp comes about.