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LED Potion Desk Lamp


Product Description

Potions. We love ’em. We fill our Bags of Holding with them, because they bring thaumaturgy to those of us who aren’t actual magic users. This is important because you never know when your party healer is going to go down. And the smart enemies know he or she has the fewest HP in the party. One hit, and whammo. No more healing for anybody. It’s going to be a long, painful battle, filled, with blood, sweat, and potions.

It’s time to bring the potion home with you with this LED Potion Desk Lamp. This little bottle may not look like much, but it’s filled with magic (Ed. note: it might technically be science and/or resin). Tap the base and invoke the word “LUMOS!” to light it up. Tap it and whisper “Colovaria” to make it magically change color. Give it a tap and say, “I don’t actually have to say anything because this lamp is touch-activated” to switch colors again. That’s right. It’s like an old-fashioned tap-on/tap-off light except you tap this one to change modes: solid red, green, yellow, blue, or a slow fade across the spectrum. A sensor combined with an LED in the base does all the work for you. All you have to do is plug it in and let the magic happen.


  • Color-changing LED Potion Desk Lamp
  • A Think Geek creation & exclusive
  • Perfect for fans of RPGs of all types and fans of chemistry
  • RGB LED allows you to choose red, green, yellow, or blue light or opt for the slow fade mode to glide across the spectrum
  • Tap base to switch between colors/modes
  • (You can also give it a solid thwack straight down on the cork)
  • Area of Effect: 5 ft. radius around caster
  • Apothecary – it’d be super awesome to stage a row of them all lit up
  • Materials: Glass bottle, plastic base, resin “liquid,” zinc alloy charm
  • Powered by  micro-USB (cable and AC adapter included)
  • Dimensions: 7″ tall x 4″ diameter
  • Weight: 1 1/2 lbs.
  • Includes bottle, base, 6 ft. micro-USB to USB charging cable, and 110-240V~50/60kHz .3A input / 5V 300mA output AC adapter for USB
  • Note: You have to unplug it to turn it off. Based on your feedback, we now know to add an on/off switch as well to future models. Unplug the USB end instead of the micro-USB that goes into the base to avoid stressing it.Read more..

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