A cute, but not necessarily eco-friendly lamp is back on sale, this time in the form of a lamp made by a Finnish company.
The Pineapple lamp was developed by the Finnish manufacturer Stigberg, which is also a manufacturer of other eco-light devices such as the Tungsten lamp, a small but highly efficient energy-efficient light bulb.
In a statement, the company said the lamp was created in cooperation with the Finnish National Research Council and it was designed to help people with chronic illness, particularly those who suffer from asthma.
“We have a lot of patients who have severe asthma, which causes difficulty breathing,” said Stig, whose product is also available in other European countries, including Finland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and Sweden.
“We decided to design the Pineapple Lamp because it’s easy to use, it’s a great lamp, it is very eco- friendly and it’s light-weight.”
The company said that it has sold over 10,000 of the Pineapples in the last two years, with another 9,000 expected in 2017.
I’m a bit sceptical about these claims.
Pineapple lamps have been around since the 1970s, when a Finnish man named Pekka Mänty took a job at the National Museum of Finland and discovered a way to make lamps with a natural-looking design.
He invented a new kind of lamp that was made from pineapple, and eventually patented it, which was made into the lamp we know today.
But the Pinea Lamp has been in a relatively short-lived resurgence in recent years, and is now a bit of a lost art form.
It was also the inspiration for the new Star Trek movie, which stars James Tiberius Kirk as a Starfleet officer who must keep the Pineapals cool in a Star Trek universe that seems to have a whole lot of Star Trek.
That said, there are plenty of other candles out there, like the candle that’s actually meant to be the Pineadels own candle.
There are also other candle manufacturers, like Candlemaker, which make candles in the traditional manner.
This is the first time I’ve heard of a Pineapple Light being made with natural materials, but there are candles out for sale too.
Stigberg’s Pineapple Lantern is available in three sizes: small, medium and large.
Its candle holder is made of wood, and it has a light-sensitive ceramic base that lets it read the temperature of the surrounding environment, allowing the user to switch on and off the light.
And it can be bought for $25 on Stig’s website.