If there is one thing that Japan can't seem to get enough of, it's cute characters. As a matter of fact, it seems that the country even needs to import some from other countries to meet demand, and this is why together with Hello Kitty and the Sumikko Gurashi gang, you will find Snoopy from the US or Miffy from the Netherlands. Or the Moomin from Finland, the magical creatures from the novels and comics by Finnish writer and illustrator Tove Jansson, which have inspired a huge range of products and items. Like the Moomin Hattifattener LED Lamp!
The Hattifatteners are one of the Moomin franchise's strangest characters: they look like mushrooms but without the caps, they have fingers protruding directly out of their bodies, they keep moving toward the horizon, and are charged with electricity during storms. The approximately 20 cm (7.9") Moomin Hattifattener LED Lamp takes its electricity in a less dramatic way (three household batteries) to light your space for about 56 hours. And it stays lit even if you take it off its base, so you get a nightlight and a flashlight in one cute package!
Specs and Features:
- Licensed Moomin merchandise
- Light: LED
- Height: approx. 20 cm (7.9")
- Power: 3 AAA batteries
- Continuous operating time: approx. 56 hours