Tetris Stackable LED Desk Lamp
What a wonderful idea! Tetris piece shaped lamps that you can stack. Of course, you're going to have to be sure to stack them non-optimally. If you make a straight line, sure, you'll get points, but then your lamp will disappear!
Hang on, let us double check that...
Oh, phew! It has just come to our attention that when you stack these lamps they do not disappear like in the actual game. Please, forgive us, we figured it was just common knowledge that a Stackable Tetris LED Desk Lamp would actually mimic the game. These Tetris blocks light up when they're stacked together. It seems that there is no science capable of making teleporting light fixtures a thing. We'll have GeekLabs get on it.
- Seven-piece interlocking light fixture for fans of Tetris
- Pieces can be stacked in any combination
- LED light turns on when the pieces are stacked together and stays off when disassembled.
- On/Off switch in base
- You get one of each shaped light per set.
- Multiple sets can be combined for super-keen Tetris illumination.
- Officially-licensed Tetris product
- Dimensions: 7" x 4" x 1" (height and width vary depending on stacked pattern)
- Package Dimensions: approx. 12.6" x 9.4" x 2.8"
- Power: Plugs into standard US 110v outlet
- Weight: 3.5 ounces
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