LEDs Grow on Trees: Nick Foley's Pear Light


Though we've seen things like Candela and Cafe Au LED portable rechargeable LED lights before, none have been quite this tasty. Nick Foley's Pear Tree LED lights use the clever combination of a fruit tree and energy-efficient lighting to create something pretty unique. Each pear is magnetically attached to the tree, and contains 10 LEDs that charge when they're "growing" on the branch; "harvest" them for a good hour or so of pear-ly light -- just don't try to poach them in honey and wine. We're glad to see that LEDs are getting popular enough that they now grow on trees. More pics of the tree, in various seasons, below the fold. ::Nick Foley on Coroflot via ::Product Dose




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