Levitating Moon™ Lamp Setup
Preparing your area
Setting up the base
How to hold the lamp
How to make the moon lamp levitateThe moon lamp will levitate once you locate the pressure point of the magnetic field. The base of the lamp as well as the moon contains magnets. Once these magnets come close to each other a strong
force of pushing and pulling will begin. This is why extending your fingers in the previous step will help you find the point of pressure without slamming the magnets together. Start by slowly moving the moon towards the base, when you get close the lamp light will begin to flicker. This means the connection is being made but it not fully resting on the pressure point. To fix this simply move the lamp around this flickering position until the light stabilizes, you should then feel a level of support to rest the moon on and allow it to levitate!
Congratulations! You have now successfully made the moon lamp levitate! At this point the button on the base of the lamp can be used to turn the lamp on and off while levitating. You can also spin the moon, slow it down, speed it up and even bobble the lamp while it still levitates.
How to turn off the moon lampTake special care when turning off your levitating moon lamp. Reducing damages to the magnets will ensure a long life for your galactic lamp. When you are ready to turn off your lamp, simply pull the moon away from the base. If you were to instead push down on the moon until it hits the base or turn off the power source before taking the moon away, the magnetic pressure point will go away and could damage your moon, the lamp base, or both.
- Avoid using your lamp in humid locations, not safe for use in damp locations
- When not in use place the lamp in a cushioned area or back in the insulated product package.
- Avoid high temperatures and freezing conditions which can damage the electronics.
- When not in use for extended periods of time, store in a cool dry place.