Natural sunlight is overrated, but slatted blinds and electroluminescent lighting are even more badass than their hype. Cash in on coolness, and brighten up your basement apartment or 10 x 15 cubicle with this simulated window. Scientific magic has already created synthetic diamonds, fur, and thyroid hormones that work just as well as the real things, so now, in a slick little 39.25 x 23.5 package, here comes the sun. Adjust brightness by opening and closing wood louvers with the attached plastic wand, and bask in your desired magnitude of brilliance without developing a melanoma.
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