Moon Lamp
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Moon Lamp

Moon Lamp

Hold the moon
in your hands.

Moon Lamp puts the moon in
your hands. Literally! Modeled after NASA satellite images, it's
a sight to behold. And be held.

Reach for the moon.

It works without being plugged in, with a battery that lasts up to 20 hours on a single charge. So when you need a drink of water at 3am or to pee in the middle of the night... just reach for the moon and go!

"goodnight room. goodnight moon."

Fall asleep with the moon by your side or in your arms and reach for it when you get up during the night.

It's the perfect portable nightlight.

The closest thing
to the moon since,
well, the moon.

Moon Lamp is an exact replica of the moon, or as close as can be.

How it's made:

Satellite images of the moon taken by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter are turned into a 3D model...

...then 3D printed with an accuracy of 100 microns — the diameter of a single strand of human hair — to recreate the exact surface, shadows, and craters of the moon. And voilà!

Lights up
white or yellow.

One button on the bottom controls everything. Tap to change colors and hold down to adjust the brightness.

The bottom port is also where you plug in the USB-cable to charge it.

Sizes of the moon.

There are 3 sizes to choose from.

Mini — the 4.7 inch moon is as big as a Magic 8 Ball. Our most portable, it fits in the palm of one hand easily!

$29 for Black Friday. Regularly $60.


Midsize — the 5.9 inch moon is the best of both worlds if you want a big moon that's not too big to hold in one hand. It's noticeably bigger than the mini moon, but not a behemoth.

$39 for Black Friday. Regularly $80.


Mega — the 7.9 inch moon is as big as a volleyball and takes two hands to hold comfortably. If your motto is "go big or go home", then you can't go home without this gentle giant!

$49 for Black Friday. Regularly $100.


We'll give you
the moon.

Order now and we'll give you the moon! Just looking at the moon is magical enough. But holding it... touching, feeling, and tracing the surface of the moon with your own fingers... is something else entirely.

You've got to feel it to believe it.

Hold the moon in your hands.

Moon Lamp puts the moon in your hands. Literally! Modeled after
NASA satellite images, it's a sight to behold. And be held.

Reach for the moon.

It works without being plugged in, with a battery that lasts
up to 20 hours on a single charge. So when you need a drink
of water at 3am or have to pee in the middle of the night...
just reach for the moon and go! It's portable and rechargeable.

"goodnight room. goodnight moon."

Fall asleep with the moon by your side or in your arms and reach for it when when you get up during the night. It's the perfect portable nightlight.

The closest thing to
the moon since, well, the moon.

Moon Lamp is an exact replica of the moon, or as close as can be. How it's made:

Satellite images of the moon taken by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter are turned into a 3D model... then 3D printed with an accuracy of 100 microns — the diameter of a single strand of human hair — to recreate the exact surface, shadows, and crates of the moon down to the tiniest of details. And voilà!

Lights up white or yellow.

One button on the bottom controls everything.
Tap to change colors and hold down to adjust brightness.

Sizes of the moon.

There are 3 sizes to choose from.

Mini — the 4.7 inch moon is as big as a Magic 8 Ball.
Our most portable, it fits in the palm of one hand easily!

$29 for Black Friday. Regularly $60.


Midsize — the 5.9 inch moon is the best of both worlds if
you want a big moon that's not too big to hold in one hand.
It's noticeably bigger than the mini moon, but not a behemoth.

$39 for Black Friday. Regularly $80.


Mega — the 7.9 inch moon is as big as a volleyball and takes
two hands to hold comfortably. If your motto is "go big
or go home"... you can't go home without this gentle giant!

$49 for Black Friday. Regularly $100.


We'll give you the moon.

Order now and we'll give you the moon! Just looking at the moon
is magical enough. But holding the moon in your hands...
touching, feeling, tracing the surface of the moon with your fingers
is something else entirely. You've got to feel it to believe it.