The Helium Balloon Light consists of 35 "ultra strong" diodes suspended from a helium balloon. There are two versions of the device available —a limited edition cordless version powered by rechargeable batteries and a basic corded version. And just how much would you expect to pay for a technological marvel such as this? How does $1000 strike you? Yeah, I thought so. Call me crazy but I'll just get some helium balloons from a party supply store and a $2 flashlight. [Product Page via 7Gadgets via Geekologie]
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