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July 12, 2007

Lighting liberated by Viteo

Zoe_4I was at the House and Garden Fair a week or so ago and saw more Viteo products on the Chelsea gardener stand. They really deserve the awards they keep winning : the quality, the line and the design twist they bring to each and every product can only earn them more!

Today I received their press release about Zoe, a free standing outdoor light :

'ZOE - developed by VITEO’s  head designer Wolfgang Pichler in association with Austrian lighting designer Robert Steinböck - is a solar outdoor lamp that makes staying outdoors an even more enjoyable experience. A cylindrical lampshade made of opal acrylic glass has been mounted on top of a 185 cm high metal rod coated with structural powder. The base consists of a mounting plate which can also be screwed fast to any subsurface near the property, for example, if so desired. A further available option features a spit implanted into the ground.Forget about cables and plugs – simply set up the lamp in your garden or on your patio.Thanks to carefully adjusted photovoltaic elements and white LEDs you’ll have light for reading outdoors for up to seven hours in the evening.

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