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DinoROAR LED Lamp in blue by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in blue by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in blue by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in green by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in green by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in green by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in green by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in green by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in pink by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in pink by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in pink by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in pink by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in pink by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in white by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in white by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in white by Goodnight Light
DinoROAR LED Lamp in white by Goodnight Light
Dinoroar box
$ 110.00

DinoROAR LED Lamp by Goodnight Light

The majestic DinoROAR LED lamp by Goodnight Light was inspired by cult 50's dinosaur movies and designed by British artist Marke Newton. We adore the light's intricate detail that was drawn by hand before being sculpted into this scary pose. Not for the faint-of-heart, this terrible T-Rex is perfect for a boy's room or a daring living room mantle!

10 x 10 x 13.5 (h) inches.

DinoROAR emits a soft glowing light using LED technology and comes with a cord and plug.

Goodnight Light's lamps last for up to 50,000 hours (which we worked out was up to 17 years, switched on for 8 hours a day!). They are energy efficient; their long-life and low energy consumption are thanks to LED technology

DinoROAR comes in beautifully designed packaging so makes a great gift.

DinoROAR is hand-molded in Spain.

Designer Marke Newton says of DinoROAR, “I decided to sculpt a tactile and detailed Tyrannosaurus Rex; it’s more enticing visually, providing a realistic texture and feel. I wanted it to be on a smaller scale but to have the integrity of a life-like dinosaur, with movement and an expressive roar. As the ruler of the dinosaurs my T-Rex is faithful to its fierce roots, but on this scale it’s friendly”