Essential oil burners have come a long way since the hippy communes of the 1960s and 1970s. Nowadays, burning essential oils has become a widely accepted method to enhance your space, your mood, and in many cases your health too. Two problems many have with oil burners is that they are messy and not very imaginative in design. Not surprisingly, Japan has an answer to both issues and it is the Bruno Nostalgic Aroma Lamp.
Containing a vacuum tube like those found in amplifiers and radios of the 1930s and 1940s (hence the “nostalgia” in its name) with thin wire filaments that heat up and become incandescent, the Bruno Nostalgic Aroma Lamp will softly light up your room and become a beautiful and stylish addition to any interior decoration scheme, even if you don’t use it as a burner. And when you want to use the burner, a few drops of essential oil on the cavity at the top of the outer bulb are enough: no need for water tanks, refilling, and so on. Premier design and premier functionality make this device a wonderful addition to any room.
The Bruno Nostalgic Aroma Lamp features:
Color: dark wood, silver, pink gold
Size: 106 x 162 x 106mm (4.1 x 6.3 x 4.1″)
Weight: 420g (14.8 oz)
Materials: ABS, glass
Lighting/heating source: proprietary 30W vacuum tube with an E26 base
Power cord length: 1.8m (5.9 ft)
Essential oils not included
Instruction manual: Japanese (but easy to use)