May 1, 2017


So, we've seen it all! We have seen all the kind of things the eyes can see and the brain can archive as knowledge... But did we, really? Is it really possible to think there is one thing in the world that can't evolve?


Surely, there is no such thing! Almost everything we thought was solved and resolved and nothing else could come out of it, is still in a development process. Every tool, every gadget, every smart issue, every... absolutely, everything, is object for design, improvement, development and adaptable into new shapes, new functions, new adaptability to the modern world.

Now, imagine you're going for camping on a weekend...

All alone into the wild! Somethings, you're sure to be working out fine, right?

What if some heavy and constraint things could be matched into one simple, small and portable object?

The Playful Base, from Japan's Root Co. fits it all!

It's a little different from other water bottle-lanterns (already available) and nothing like we've seen before.

Instead of a screw base illuminated on the top, the Playful Base integrates a Bluetooth speaker on its base. This base also comprises a lantern shade, includes a 2,000-mAh battery for up to 10 hours of illumination, 10 hours of music, or six hours of simultaneous functions.

An available 6,000m-Ah battery, also includes two USB outputs for external gadgets charging.

The 2.8 inches (70 mm) diameter cylindrical base fits perfectly into a backpack's water bottle holder. The lantern puts out up to 120 lumens light capacity and it's water and dust proof.

It is available online for a minimum price of USD 95 for the basic package, or 143 USD for the extra package.
As all good things in the world, it will only be available in June, 2017, and it's sure to run out in the same day.

Contacts: * Prefeitura de Kanagawa, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun Yumoto 213-3 - TEL: 0465-42-9509 * Infoattoroot-co.Net

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