A home decorist is trying to get some of her clients out of their homes with a product that she says is worth up to $500.
The Samsonite Light Box is an affordable, environmentally friendly way to get out of a dark porch light.
Samsonites are small, light-absorbing stones that can be cut from a single piece of timber or even a tree trunk.
The box contains a metal sheet that slides on the wall and snaps shut to block sunlight from shining into your home.
It’s meant to be the ultimate solution to getting your home out of the way of light pollution.
It has already sold out on Amazon, but the manufacturer, a Canadian company called Samsonitronics, is hoping to expand to the U.S. in the coming weeks.
The company has just opened a Kickstarter campaign to raise $50,000 to sell its product to people who want it.
It says the goal is to raise enough money to order a dozen boxes.
That’s about 1,000 boxes, which is more than most people need.
And it’s going to be difficult to get enough of them to make it work, said Dan Vosper, a Seattle-based engineer who runs the Kickstarter campaign.
“People don’t want to invest the money in something they can’t use.
They want something that they can use when they need it,” Vospr said.
The problem is, the Samsonitic company says, many homeowners aren’t really that keen on having light in their homes.
“The majority of people who are putting up the light in our home are not really happy about it,” said Samsonixic’s chief executive, Chris Lopata.
“We’re looking at getting rid of the light.”
Lopatra says that with the Samssonite Lightbox, there’s less of a chance that people will want to turn off the light.
“If you turn it off, you can still see the house through the box, but there’s a lot less light,” he said.
So the Samsons are going to have to get creative and find a way to make the box work.
Lopatalas product, which uses a ceramic tile, is meant to help reduce glare.
The ceramic tile itself absorbs more sunlight than the metal box.
So instead of cutting a piece of wood to make a box, the company is using a single tile to create a ceramic structure that traps the sunlight.
The design is based on the ceramic tile used in the flooring in a room.
The tile absorbs light in a similar way to a glass or ceramic wall, but in a way that’s better for the environment.
The tiles absorb more heat than wood.
Lopes product also uses a different material to create the lid that seals the box.
The lid is made from a mix of wood and ceramic that absorbs a lot of heat.
The interior of the lid is coated with a thin layer of plastic that is designed to absorb light.
That plastic is then used to create an insulating film around the lid.
Lopeas is also adding a sensor to the lid so it can detect whether it’s open or closed.
The sensor uses infrared cameras that measure the amount of light reflected off the lid, and the lid can be programmed to respond when the lid opens or closes.
“That’s going into the software,” Lopes said.
Loes product is going to cost $35 per box, and if the Kickstarter succeeds, the Kickstarter project will close in a few weeks.
That would put it at about $500 a box.
But it’s not a low price.
Lops company is trying hard to raise money to create enough boxes to supply its 1,200 customers, and he said he expects to raise about $1 million in the next two months.
The project is still in the early stages, and Lopes says it’s looking to raise additional funding to get the box in people’s homes as soon as possible.
But if the project doesn’t succeed, the samsonites company will likely take the box down for good.