Introducing UMA Mini, the newest addition to the UMA family, and now more portable than ever to travel with you anywhere you go. The revolutionary UMA Mini Lantern takes all its cues from its big sister UMA, fusing state-of-the-art warm dim LED technology with 360° high fidelity surround sound, while boasting a party mode feature that allows for pairing up to 24 units simultaneously via Bluetooth® to create the perfect ambiance. UMA Mini also features touch sensitive volume control with 3 soft light level settings to set the perfect mood. Invoking the primal symbol of the lantern and the warmth of a campfire, UMA Mini is the perfect centerpiece for social gatherings at home, restaurant lounges, and any outdoor setting.
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Matte White/Gray Fabric
MATERIALSDiffused polycarbonate lens
Protective cotton bag w/ leather cord
FEATURESPortable + rechargeable
3 stage dim control
Rich 360° sound
Party Mode up to 24 units
20 Hour Battery Life (Light Only)
15 Hour Battery Life (Light & Music) USB-C Rapid Charging
Power consumption: 4W (light) 8W MAX (speakers) Color temperature: 2000K
Luminosity: 100 Lumens MAX
Color Rendition Index: 90 CRI
Lithium ion battery: Up to 20 hours of use Charging time: Up to 3 hours
Power cable length: 6’ (183cm)
1 year warranty
CE, ETL, IP 55
- Uma Mini
Carmine DeganelloBased in Milan, Deganello is an experimental product and architectural designer concerned with materiality. Crucial to his work is his research on materials and the ways in which this information can unexpectedly drive his practice. Pablo PardoVenezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo has defined his career by creating beautiful, sparse, utilitarian lighting that fosters harmonious relationships between people and their environments. Pablo StudioThe Pablo Studio is a small group of makers and inventors with a diverse background in industrial design and craft, and a deep understanding of manufacturing, materials and technology. They aim to foster a sense of discovery and deeply personal utility in people’s interaction with objects.