Like tiny round space ships in rainbow of colors, the Solar Balls by Poketo are one of the best ways to bring some fun into your exterior (or interior) design. Conceived of as way to create a fun glow along a pathway or garden, the small lamps have also found their home inside the house for those looking to mix it up.
Solar Light Balls. Manufactured by Poketo.
The Colorful Globes on Tripod, Also Known As Solar Light Balls by Poketo, are Waterproof for Indoor or Outdoor Use.
The waterproof outdoor lamps are entitled Solar Light Balls not only because they take on the shape of the sun. Each of the LED spheres take on the power of the sun as well. Solar-charged during the day, they add a glow to the garden or pathway that lasts all night long. Many people even take the miniature floor lamps indoors for a uniquely colorful addition to the living room or bedroom.
Made using a clear polycarbonate bubble on a steel stand, the Solar Light Balls use just one AAA battery a piece. Each charge from the sun is good for up to eight hours of nightly illumination in your choice of four different shades: clear, orange, green, or pink (although it is recommended to combine all of them for the best effect). Each neon-hued Solar Light Ball measures 2.7 x 11.8 x 5.7” (145 x 300 x 145mm).
Versatile, waterproof, and relatively inexpensive ($35/each) these garden gems play up the fun factor of a great backyard or patio without cords or maintenance. Bring the Solar Light Balls inside or keep them out and enjoy the beauty of Poketo’s lighting innovation.
About the Manufacturer: Born out of a belief in “art for your everyday,” Poketo is an online destination for design-driven wares that take art off the gallery walls and into people’s lives. Founded by husband-and-wife team Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, Poketo (pronounced poh-KEH-toe) has grown from an upstart enterprise known for their limited-edition vinyl artist wallets to a leading lifestyle brand that retains its indie vibe. To date, the shop has collaborated with over 200 international artists to produce their line of wallets, stationery, housewares, accessories, and apparel that have appeared in New York Times Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Real Simple, Dwell, Entertainment Weekly and more.