3 for prisen av 2! Spesialtilbud!

Kråkebollene bruker ofte skjell som en form for kamuflasje i sitt naturlige miljø. Inspirert av denne fascinerende tilpasningen, presenterer vi vår spesialvariant av Lofotlys - nå beriket med autentiske skjell!

I dette eksklusive tilbudet kan du sikre deg 3 Lofotlys med naturlige skjell for kun 999 kr! I tillegg er porto gratis på dette tilbudet!

Gi ditt hjem et naturlig preg og skap en unik atmosfære med våre Lofotlys med skjell. Dette tilbudet er begrenset, så grip sjansen til å få litt av Lofotens magi rett inn i ditt eget hjem. 

Som alltid kommer Lysene med fat og gule LED-lys! Disse går på vanlige batterier og kan byttes. De store Lofotlysene er mellom 8 og 10 cm i diameter og er laget av ekte kråkeboller. Fargene på selve kråkebollene varierer fra lilla til oransje.

Tilbudet vil gjelde for en begrenset periode! 

Kjøp NÅ!

About Lofotlys

Alexandra discovered the beauty of the sea urchin, when she accidentally put a light underneath one, just after arriving in Lofoten. The first Lofotlys was made when Alexandra got some extra time as her work got closed during covid-19. Later she founded Lofotlys AS in 2021, together with Matias.

Lofotlys are handpicked sea urchins, made into decorative lights.

They go diving in arctic waters and freezing temperatures to locate and capture the urchins. Then they are made into Lofotlys by removing the spikes, cleaning them and finally drilling a hole for a small Led light. It’s all worth it when they see the beauty of nature light up.

The sea urchins eat and destroy the much needed kelp forest, and are considered an unwanted species. Kelp is considered "Norways rain forrest" since it produces so much oxygen and the sea urchins have already removed 50 % of the Norwegian kelp forrest. If you buy a Lofotlys you not only get an exotic decorative light, but you also contribute to important environmental work

Come visit us in our workshop in Løktveien 1 in Henningsvær where you can pick out your own, just have a look or enjoy a nice chat with us :)

Special deal - The classic!

  • What?

    When Alexandra Anker by accident inserted a light into a sea urchin shell , she instantly fell in love with the light she ended up calling Lofotlys!

  • How?

    When Norway was shut down due to Covid, she had time to start diving after and experimenting with the different sea urchins. Discovering there are way to many of them leading to less kelp forest, she decided to start making lights of them, calling them Lofotlys!

  • Where?

    In different spots along the coast of Lofoten, Alexandra and her boyfriend Matias go diving for sea urchins that are later cleaned and made into decorative lights, that all look different and has its own personality.

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Gavekort Lofotlys!

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    Få 25% rabatt på kråkebollelys - ut februar!

    Mens de fleste butikkene kjører januarsalg og generelt har drevet med prisøkning i det siste prøver Lofotlys.com seg på en litt annen vri! Vi kjører nemlig 15% rabatt på alle varer i...

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    The impact of hungry sea urchins:

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    The impact of hungry sea urchins:

    Kelp forests may be significantly impacted by sea urchins. They consume kelp and can easily overgraze an area, which reduces kelp density and causes the emergence of "urchin barrens," where...

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