Light in summer: Ideal outdoor illumination
Thanks to smart USB or solar charging features, these models are wireless and great to look at. Take the “Abelia” lantern – its candlelight mode imitates the romantic flicker of a candle and is just perfect for those special moments. All three models have one thing in common: They illuminate and add a special atmosphere to wherever you may take them.
These little powerhouses for your garden or terrace are true eye-catchers. With designs ranging from traditional to modern, you’re bound to find a lamp that suits your outdoor area and style. Here, the common feature is their low energy consumption. “Philip MyGarden Creek”, for example, is particularly long-lasting and efficient thanks to LEDs. Models including the “PLM Design Liberty” are also dimmable and create a particularly soft light. No matter which one you go for, you will get the atmosphere right.
These tall, weatherproof standard lamps emanate lively colours. They illuminate paths and ensure that your garden is shown in the right light. All three models feature energy-saving LED technology and generate warm white light. The “Life Model A” lamp is battery-operated and comes with a remote that allows you to set the atmosphere you want. In addition, you can choose between the four colours red, blue, green or white. The lamp is also suitable for a cozy lounge area.
These models leave nothing to be desired. Perfect for front doors or terrace walls, sporting a minimalist or classic design and giving off plenty of light. The Philips Greenhouse lamp not only looks cool, it also features a state-of-the art solar-driven LED system as well as a twilight. It doesn’t get more energy-efficient than that.
These models have a special charm and are modest – little would you know how smart they are just by looking at them. They are dust and waterproof, making them perfect for outdoor use. What’s more, the Brilliant Reed pendant lamp is dimmable and creates a particularly cozy atmosphere for al fresco dinners.
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