Casagami educational and fun environment-friendly night lamp
- dimensions : (assembled) 140 x 70 x 88 mm
- weight : 40 g
- kraft bristol board
- autonomy: 20 hours
- solar panel 22 x 28 mm
- orange-yellow tone LED
- rechargeable lithium Ion battery 3.6V
- on/off switch
- electronic circuit
- made in France (Ardèche)
- design: Marc Lebas / Litogami
- sold per unit or in packs (nursery, colleges, schools, communities)
FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :
3 good reasons
- your children need a night lamp in their room at night but you always fear they might play with the electric wall socket
- you want to convey your passion for arts and crafts to your children, and seek fun and customizable objects
- you want to send out an environment-friendly and sustainable development message to your little ones whilst having a good time with them
how does it work?
The Casagami solar-powered night lamp will take about ten minutes to assemble. You can make it with your child:
- if you wish to customize your Casagami, we recommend you do so before assembling it. Decorate the external side only so that the surfaces to glue remain clean. You can use felt tips, pencils, paint, decopatch paper, stickers, ornamental ribbon,...
- this new Cadagami can be totally mounted without glue, but requires a bit of tact and delicacy.
- detach the pre-cut pieces and fold them according to the diagram provided
- fix the mini photovoltaic solar panel on the roof (self-adhesive)
- install the roof: your night lamp is now finished. Switch it on and off with the button.
- In order for your night lamp to function perfectly, place it where it is exposed to natural light in the daytime. It will recharge itself without any intervention. Remember one hour of charging in the sun = 1 hour of autonomy.
Video - the inventor himself gives you an assembly demonstration!
Apart from its function as a night lamp, Casagami conveys to children a clear and meaningful message: over with objects that are polluting, non recyclable, and greedy in raw materials and petrol! Casagami is the fruit of industrials and engineers' creativity, amateurs of progress and innovation. The result? A simple and accessible metaphor of sustainable development, carrying meaning and values
environment-friendly - Casagami was created with recyclable materials and works with solar power, clean renewable energy.
educational - allowing the child to manipulate, use, and understand what a photovoltaic panel is, is an intelligent educational act to raise consciousness about renewable energy.
fun & creative - Casagami works like an origami, it's fun, easy, and rewarding once the mini house is assembled. You can also customize it to make it a unique object.
our clients say it best
Hello Kitty has a wide choice for her new house in Miami. Well done Elisa, Romane and Virginie for these American Casagami.
Huge thanks for their constructions (in order): Clara, Aémilia, Chloé, Elisa, Céleste, Elza, Laura, Léa, Lilou, Louna, Magali, creator of the blue house, Camille and Valentine, Mathéo and Thiméo, Morgane, Sophie and last but not least Vanessa and Gwenaëlle. All these Casagami were created as part of the contest organised jointly by par Toluna.com and LaPaDD.com (May 2011).
Special thumbs up for Melchior's mum who decorated her Casagami with embroidery.