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Natural Himalayan Salt Lamp


Retail: R350

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Uses natural crystal salt ore. When the salt light is turned on, the salt crystals generate a large amount of negative ions and are released, which helps to balance the air and relieve stress.

Connect the power supply with the usb cable, then turn it on and off with the touch control buttons to adjust the color and brightness of the light. Built-in soft coloured lighting creates a more romantic atmosphere.

It can be the perfect gift for different festivals, such as Christmas, Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, Father's Day, Mother's Day, or wedding, birthday, etc., to surprise your family.

When the light is off, the Himalayan sea salt lamp looks exquisite and beautiful; when the light is on, the Himalayan salt lamp can be used as a night light to illuminate your room, bringing warmth, pleasure and relaxation.

CE certification, FCC certification and ROHS certification. 100% inspection of each product before shipment, packaging safety, quality assurance

Product Features
  • 100% Pure & Highest Quality Himalayan Salt
  • Great Home/Office Décor
  • Provides a calming atmosphere
  • USB Powered
Product Specifications
  • Power supply mode: USB input

  • Product material: ABS + PC + electronic components
  • Rated voltage: DC5V
  • Product size: 94 x 94 x 141mm
  • Working current: 100-600mA
  • Rated power: 3W
  • Single net weight / gross weight: 620G/780G
  • Qualification: FCC CE ROSH safety testing certification
  • Power cord length: 1.2 meters
  • Product features: night light, ambient light, negative ion light
  • Product standard: one host, one USB cable (1.2M), one copy of the manual
What's in the box
  •  x1 Himalayan Natural Crystal Salt Light
  • 1x USB cord
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