• The Smart "Cloud" Lamp Brings A Thunderstorm Right Into Your House
  • Posted 21 months ago by Jack Lowe · tech · 90409 Views
  • Designer Richard Clarkson has created an interactive light and speaker which brings a mini thunderstorm right into your house. Shaped like a little storm cloud, the design plays sounds and flashes a Philips LED light to simulate a real thunderstorm. Bluetooth connectivity and a remote control also allow you to play your music through the device. It'll even sync the thunder flashes to the beat of the music. Unfortunately, the Cloud doesn't come cheap. It'll set you back $3,360 USD (approx. £1,950), although you can get a lamp-only version for $960 (approx. £560).

    • Massively overpriced! 64
    • Kaspa Posted 14 months ago · 213 Reply
    • I have always been fascinated with thunderstorms and the CLOUD is one of the most bright ideas that I have ever come across!
    • Donnie LaCrosse Posted 14 months ago · 199 Reply
    • Why does this cost more than any other flashing-lights-to-the-music gadget? The lighting isn't eventhat great. There are huge gaps untouched by light. It should be segmented and alternated better. Not that it would make it worth the asking price, anyway.
    • Paula Posted 13 months ago · 208 Reply
    • I really want one of these as I always used to watch thunderstorms with my grandpa and he has since passed away this is a great reminder of him I'd love to have in my room it's upsetting how expensive it is I'm only 3,260 dollars short
    • mike knight Posted 12 months ago · 175 Reply
    • has anyone bought one of these things???
    • MPLS James Posted 12 months ago · 171 Reply
    • Why is it so expensive !
    • Maddie Posted 12 months ago · 173 Reply
    • Absurd price. This company will fail.
    • S.P. Posted 12 months ago · 178 Reply
    • Amazing product !!!! But waaaay too expensive !!! They need to come down on that price ALOT!!
    • Mrs Hyler <3 Posted 12 months ago · 170 Reply
    • This is stupidly expensive .
    • shay Posted 12 months ago · 162 Reply
    • Love the idea! Way too expensive.
    • Saffron Posted 11 months ago · 155 Reply
    • The price on this thing is just crazy
    • Chris Posted 11 months ago · 155 Reply
    • I would love one I really like thing that are different So if you ever have one spare I would love it x
    • lisa booth Posted 11 months ago · 157 Reply
    • $300-$500 is about fair-ish.....
    • TomBomb Posted 11 months ago · 166 Reply
    • My son is astrophobic (extreme fear of thunderstorms).. would be great fir his cognative therapy. But could never pay that :(
    • joy Posted 9 months ago · 134 Reply
    • Well I was planning to buy one... maybe if I win a few million ...
    • Josh Posted 8 months ago · 129 Reply
    • Probably cost around 80 bucks to make as well... that's sad they try to corner this New market and Mark it up.
    • Pat Posted 5 months ago · 80 Reply
    • Ok... Lemme get this straight, a dude takes a butt-load of cotton and pastes it into the shape of a cloud, in the center he sets a bluetooth speaker, (or a programmed storage music device), and some LED lights programmed to the music. So let's tally up this cost: Cotton for a pillow $2.00 Programmed LED's - $25 MAX Programmed music device - $50 MAX Music and thunderstorm sounds - TIME! What we have is a $77 product for 43 times the cost!?!?!? It will NEVER SELL!! I Want one, but I'll make it my damn self!
    • Aaron B Posted 4 months ago · 69 Reply
    • Why is the price so high!? Is it made out of a real cloud or something??!
    • Stinky McGee Posted 3 months ago · 51 Reply
    • Good luck selling it for that price way way way too much money I figured like 200$ and that being generous
    • Kevin Posted 3 months ago · 53 Reply
    • Yeah I'd pay like $200 bucks for this thing. That's more than double the cost to make it.
    • Josh Posted 3 months ago · 38 Reply
    • I love this idea NOT THE PRICE
    • janessa Posted 3 months ago · 31 Reply
    • I will buy one but I need too sell a kidney first. Any offers?
    • Bloodclarrrrt Posted 2 months ago · 32 Reply