The Luxess Table from Larala featured in Trend Prive Magazine

LED furniture table

Some great work that was featured in the Trend Prive Magazine late last year, the creative director on this project was Cameron Carpenter. How cool does the Luxess Table look!

May 30, 2018

Latest stock has finally arrived!

After experiencing many delays with manufacturing and shipping we are very pleased to announce we are now fully back in stock of all our lines.
March 15, 2018

Delays delays delays

Many of you will notice our most popular styles such as the Egg, Tear Drop, Mini Sphere, Oval and Cube are all "out of stock"! We have been experiencing some delays with our manufacturer and hopefully new stock will be on the ship to NZ soon.
January 15, 2018

Summer time!

After a hectic lead up to Christmas it's always nice to have a bit more of a relaxed period. We sold out of quite a few of our most popular styles and are about to start a new manufacturing run!
September 11, 2017

Auckland Home Show 2017

Auckland Home Show


Another great year at the Auckland Home Show 2017 displaying our LED furniture and portable LED lights! 

Introducing: Active Lights

It's crazy the number of people you see out exercising in the morning or evening that don't make any attempt to make themselves visible. You can barely see the dark outline of dog walkers, joggers, runners and cyclists during dawn, dusk and in darkness. It's no wonder that around 70% of pedestrian fatalities occur during these hours then. Drivers are more distracted and pedestrians are much harder to see. That's why it is so important to follow the basic safety rules of making yourself VISIBLE. Wear lighter coloured clothing and avoid dark coloured clothing all together. Reflective strips and hi-vis will help but don't rely on them solely. By simply slipping on a lightweight and comfortably fitting Active Light you dramatically increase your visibility and reduce the chances of being hit by another pedestrian or vehicle. That's why Larala Lights has decided to use the same technology employed in their LED furniture and portable decorative lighting range in their new Active Lights range. At present there are two options: one is the LED Arm Band and the other is the LED Waist Bag. 


LED arm band running night light

LED Safety Band - designed to be worn around the arm (or leg). Two modes either static or flashing.  

The active light band is designed with the user in mind. An elastic Velcro strap means it is adjustable and can be tightened to comfort. LED light technology allows the active band to be compact and light which is what you want when exercising; there are two settings for the LEDs which are static or for a more noticeable light then a flashing mode. The entire weatherproof silicone band lights up to provide an easy to see strip of light. The active band is suitable for wearing around the arm or around the ankle. Included in the active band are two x CR2032 batteries – the same kind that powers many portable electronic devices like watches, calculators and modern car keys.

There are two colour options: Red & Green.


LED waist bag running belt bag

LED Waist Bag - designed to be worn around the waist. LED lights incorporated into the design along with a weatherproof zip pocket perfect for phones, keys, cash or cards.

The LED sports belt bag is made to keep you seen in the darkness. An internal LED light and reflective strips help you stand out when out in the darkness. The water-resistant pouch is big enough to hold the majority of smartphones - even an iPhone 6 plus at a squeeze! Perfectly suited for holding your phone, a debit/credit card and your house keys. 

The LED light is rechargeable with a common household mini USB cord so there's no need to replace batteries. 

An adjustable elastic strap and buckle is designed to suit most body sizes. The elastic keeps the belt bag tight to your body so you don't need to worry about it moving about.

From Factory To Sea to Warehouse

Yesterday our  latest shipment arrived from our partner factory in China. It's always a satisfying feeling watching the entire chain from planning the manufacturing process to -> the actual manufacturing runs of LED modules and rotationally moulded plastic cases that combine together to create the unique and stunning LED furniture range to -> the final stages of assembly and quality control to -> the packaging of each unit to -> the loading of a container at the factory door to -> the shipping process from factory door to the local port in China to the Auckland port to -> loaded onto the back of a truck at Auckland Port and slowly driven through the early morning Auckland rush hour to our warehouse where -> the container is unloaded and stored. 


LED Furniture factory

The front desk at our partner factory in Shenzhen, China.

LED Furniture wholesaler

A container arriving at our warehouse in Auckland, New Zealand. Pretty skilled driver to reverse down that narrow driveway! 

The best part is knowing we have replenished our stocks of our most popular selling styles and designs of LED lights in New Zealand! 


Manufacturing Time!

LED Furniture Factory

Rotational mould - the process of transforming powder into the hard, outer material of the lights. 

LED Furniture Quality Control

 Quality Control - the ever important process of checking parts.

Floating Globe Light

A simple, yet effective method for testing the waterproofness of the floating LED Sphere lights.

Kiwi 3D Night Light

A newly designed product - Kiwi 3D illusion lights - all packaged and waiting for loading into container to be shipped from the factory to New Zealand.


We're running a pretty cool competition at the moment. Entering is easy. Simply go to our Facebook page and you will see the top post which has the picture below. On the post it has the simple steps on how to enter. Which are:

Entering is easy:
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Tear Drop lights

June 02, 2017

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