The use of oil lamps began thousands of years ago and for ages they were the only source of continuous light. This new "Oil lamp" is named after paraffin - once one of the most popular fuels - that the wick sucked up little by little from the tank through the principle of capillarity. Just like its predecessor, this new "Paraffina" is now equally efficient with its precious source of energy.
LED technology significantly reduces CO2 emissions thanks to its low energy consumption: it enables a saving of 80% over incandescent and halogen light bulbs, and the lifetime of a new LED bulb is a good 25 times longer than that of incandescent bulbs. LEDs also offer new extraordinary design possibilities as they enable the creation of smaller, vibration-free light sources that generate less heat.