Kestrelamp

30 Sep

Today I gone on the Farlington Marshes. I seen this kestrel.

Kestrel

Kestrel

It made me do thinking about what it would look like as a lamp. This is what it would look like as a lamp.

Kest rellamp

Specifications:

Accommodates 1 x 40W E17 glass bulb of death

Versatile flexible neck

Overall dimensions – 14 x 13.5 x 19 x 81 x 2 x 17

Pink finish. Lemon start. Mild hampering undertone

Integral on/off switch, outegral off/on switch, detrimental oil switch

Review:

For the price this is a reasonable lamp. It is spoilt somewhat by the flapping and scratching at your eyes, but the bulb tends to last at least an hour before smashing into your face. The multiple switches enable inflight programming and the confusion is just a different type of fun once you get used to it. I give this lamp three stars out of five. £7.99 from most avian-electrical retailers.

I also seen a other things.

Little egret. Ideal for illuminating those hard to reach places. Touch sensative switches. No dimmer. 6/10

Little egret. Ideal for illuminating those hard to reach places. Touch sensitive switches. No dimmer. 6/10

Curlew. Halogen. Too bright for domestic use. Should come with a warning. 2/10

Curlew. Halogen. Too bright for domestic use. Should come with a warning. 2/10

Black-tailed godwit. I've no idea whether it would make a good lamp as it came with one of those funny two-prong American plugs. 0/10

Black-tailed godwit. I’ve no idea whether it would make a good lamp as it came with one of those funny two-prong American plugs. 0/10

A black-backed gull wishing it was a lamp. But failing. 0/10

A black-backed gull wishing it was a lamp. But failing. 0/10

Redshank. Bulb goes here.

Redshank. Bulb goes here. 7/10

BIRD. NOT LAMP.

BIRD. NOT LAMP. PLEASE IGNORE ACCIDENTAL TEXT BOX.

The gull wasn’t at Farlington Marshes. The gull was at the Hayling Island Ferry bit in Eastney. I would have sworn he was great black-backed at the time, but he looks a dull grey in the photo. I hate him.

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