If you’re a fan of desk toys, you may have noticed the rise in popularity of things that levitate. Most of the time they’re pretty useless, but LeviMoon is different, it’s the first one that doesn’t make me want to throw my computer down an elevator shaft.
The LeviMoon features Earth’s very own overly attached satellite as it spins in a way that makes it look similar to the real thing. It also looks like a pretty highly detailed replica of the Moon too, and it even lights up with a simple touch of the base.
Of course, at $290, it costs about as much as the first couple Apollo Moon Landings. But hey, no one said class came cheap. Now, can I borrow $290? And when I say borrow, don’t expect me to pay you back right away. I’m a free spirit that can’t be caged after all.
[ The Gadget Flow ]