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Flux Barry LED Light

By Evan Ackerman

Flux Barry

I have a thing for round lights. I don’t know why, but spherical glowing things like the Mathmos Bubble are totally tubular, even if their practicality is questionable. From Flux comes this indoor/outdoor LED light named Barry for obvious reasons. A curvy mirrored surface in the upper hemisphere is used to reflect light out from the white LEDs in the bottom hemisphere. More information forthcoming as soon as I learn Swedish.

You’ll be able to find it from the Flux store pretty soon for about $1100 US.

Edit- According to one of our readers from Sweden, there are 70 5mm LEDs, and the sphere itself is 7 inches in diameter and made from aluminum and glass. Thanks myoso!

[ Flux Barry ] VIA [ Moco Loco ]







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8 responses to “Flux Barry LED Light”

  1. myoso says:

    Technical specs:
    70 5mm LED’s, 50lm/W, 5000K, White
    Colour: White, Size of sphere: 7″ in diameter.
    Material: Aluminum, glass.
    Reflector: Cromed Aluminum
    Weight: 4,5 KG PowerRating: 230V AC
    Dezigner: Maarten Demunster

    That was all the usefull info i could find on the homepage.

    Many wintery hello’s from sweden.

  2. Barry Flux says:

    Hi I Live in England and my name is Barry Flux!
    So I found this quite interesting!

  3. but spherical glowing things like the Mathmos Bubble are totally tubular, even if their practicality is questionable. From Flux comes this indoor/outdoor LED light named Barry for obvious reasons

  4. RobertLandry says:

    All it is missing are some miniature lights. Then it would be very cool.

  5. rmhuff6 says:

    I love the LED lights, especially the brand new Mini LED Christmas Lights I have for my tree this year.

  6. shaidavies says:

    This reminds me of futuristic Christmas Lights.

  7. shaidavies says:

    This reminds me of futuristic Christmas Lights.

  8. shaidavies says:

    This reminds me of futuristic Christmas Lights.