The Graypants Wick Lamp

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A portable lamp inspired by traditional candle holders.

Since the dawn of humanity, light has been the force that not only chases away the darkness but also brings people together. This concept, along with the belief that light is meant to be shared, provided the inspiration for Graypants’ latest lighting design. Named Wick, this portable lamp reinterprets a traditional candle holder in a creative design. The base has a rounded shape and features a minimalist take on the classic handle; here, a metal circle rests on the edge of the base and provides a perfect grip. Rising tall, the candle-like top ends with a circular “flame” that always stays still and bright. Wick represents the idea of community and togetherness. As a result, it has a completely portable design.

Apart from the convenient handle that makes carrying Wick around easy, the lamp also comes with a rechargeable lithium battery with an USB-C cord. The user can easily make sure that Wick has plenty of juice to stay lit for hours at the heart of a family gathering, get-together with friends, a solitary reading session on a terrace, or even on a busy restaurant patio. Plus, the 1W LED has a color temperature of 2600K. This means that Wick illuminates with a warm and cozy light.

The lamp has four modes: high, medium, low, and pulse. Depending on the mode, a fully charged battery lasts for 12.8 hours on high and 115 hours on pulse. Like other Graypants lighting, Wick is designed in Seattle, Washington. It features a plated aluminum build with a golden color and an acrylic diffuser. Made for use in dry locations and dry weather conditions, Wick suits both indoor and outdoor use. Available now for pre-order, the Graypants Wick lamp will ship from October 2020 in limited quantities. Photographs© Graypants.

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