Don’t throw out your empties, recycle bottles into lamps with a super bright LED. Shaped like a cork, with a light, internal battery and USB charger. Make interesting lights with vintage drinks bottles or create a cosy, improvised table feature. Perfect outdoors (where the wind will blow out a candle stuck into an old wine bottle).
An idea by Steve Gates made by Suck UK
23 x 50 x 23mm | 10g
Rechargeable light that turns
bottles into lamps
Don't throw out your empties, transform your bottles into lamps with this rechargeable light. Shaped like a cork with a super bright LED that recharges via USB. Make interesting lights with vintage drinks bottles or create a cosy, improvised table feature. Can also be used outdoors - where the wind will blow out a candle stuck into an old wine bottle.
Design by Steve Gates
Product conformity is of paramount importance. Safety and responsibility for environment begins at the design stage of each product, the specification of materials and components, right through to the production method. We strive to supply you with a safe product and one that conforms to all regulations.
General Product Safety Report (3 Page PDF)
Electric toys – safety (4 Page PDF)
REACH Annex XVII item 23 (3 Page PDF)
Battery Directive (3 Page PDF)
EN 55014-1 & EN 55014-2 (6 Page PDF)
REACH SVHC (4 Page PDF)
Verification of Conformity - FCC (1 Page PDF)
Verification of Conformity - IC (1 Page PDF)
47 CFR Part 15 requirement - FCC (19 Page PDF)
ICES-005 requirement - IC (19 Page PDF)
RoHS+XRF (7 Page PDF)
EN 62471 (5 Page PDF)
Verification of Conformity - CE (1 Page PDF)
EMC verification (27 Page PDF)
CA Prop 65 (2 Page PDF)
CE Mark Meets health, safety and environmental protection requirements of European directives.
RoHS Restriction of Hazardous Substances. Minimises the environmental impact of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) by reducing the quantities of four heavy metals and two brominated flame retardants. Specifies allowed limits of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE).
This is not a Toy This product has not been classified as a toy, and therefore is not intended for younger children.
FCC (USA Only) Complies with part 15 of FCC rules. Safe to use without interfering with other electrical devices.
IC (Canada only) Wireless products tested to comply within Canadian regulations
USB Universal Serial Bus. Allows devices to be powered or charged with a standard USB power adaptor.
Recyclable Packaging Made from materials that can easily be recycled if disposed of correctly.
Plastic Recycling Type-1 Please be responsible and recycle any unwanted plastic product or packaging. PET and PETE are Type-1 plastics. Other products that use this type of plastic include soft drink bottles and plastic jam jars.Your local recycling centre will have the capability to recycle this type of plastic.
Plastic Recycling Type-7 Please be responsible and recycle any unwanted plastic product or packaging. Other plastics such as PC and ABS are Type-7 plastics, common products that use this type of plastic include CD's and lenses for sunglasses. Your local recycling centre will have the capability to recycle this type of plastic.
Since graduating with a degree in product design from the Nottingham Trent University Steve has worked in product development roles producing giftware at Suck UK and luxury lighting pieces at Lee Broom. Steve currently works as a product design manager for Joseph Joseph creating new and innovative kitchenware. Apart from design Steve's favourite things are Football, Coffee, Sunshine and the colour orange (pantone 021C)