‘Kill the light’ with the BANG! Lamp

BANG! is a desk lamp with a gun-shaped remote control, that allows you to shoot the lights out

‘Kill the light’ with the BANG! Lamp
01 June 2012

Bored with turning off your lamp manually by walking over to it? Or by using a remote? Even a clapper seems a bit passé.

Well, now you can turn your lamp off in the style of James Bond with the BANG! Lamp from Dynamism-Gizmine.

The lamp can be turned off with a special gun-shaped remote. All you need to do is point it at the lamp and pull the trigger.

Not only does this ‘kill the light’, but the lamp shade will tilt, like it was hit with a bullet. Then simply shoot the lamp again to turn it back on.

The BANG! Lamp is priced at $299 (€240) and can be purchased here.

See the lamp in action below:



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