• Radiometer
  • Radiometer
  • Radiometer



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- will be €19,67 for a customer from Germany, as the German VAT rate is 19%
- will be €20,67 for a customer from Denmark, as the Danish VAT rate is 25%

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The radiometer was invented in the 1870s by the British physicist William Crooks, who called it a 'light mill'. Originally, radiometers served as a laboratory instrument, examining the conversion of light energy into kinetic energy. But hey, they look great too! With the Hightide Radiometer you can bring this simple and clever invention into your home as a decorative piece. 

The wings of the radiometer are activated by electromagnetic radiation, e.g. light. The rotation speed of the radiometer changes depending on the light intensity and light source. When placed near windows or incandescent lamps where light enters, you can enjoy the movement of wings that bring movement to any static space you might find in your house.

Measures 8 cm x 16 cm
Brings movement to your living space using only light as a resource
Hand made
Designed in Japan
Packaging measures 9.9 x 20.9 x 9.9 cm

Hightide at Misc-store Amsterdam

At Misc-store Amsterdam we have stocked Hightide items since 2015. In our store, you will find many of the Hightide brands. From their classic brands like Penco, with its American hardware store inspired aesthetic, and Nähe, known for their travel pouches and general purpose cases all the way to new additions to the family like the sophisticated pouches and pen cases by Grains de Sable and fur. And not to forget, every year in autumn, Hightide diaries are omnipresent at our diary table.

About Penco

Penco at Misc-store Amsterdam

Penco is a Japanese stationery brand founded on a single ballpoint pen. As the Americana inspired name suggests it is a company making pens. That is, it started with a single ballpoint pen. But they have ventured into much more than just pens. By now their nostalgic analog inspired collections encompass all kinds of stationery. Ranging from clips to clipboards, notebooks to console boxes and pencases to, well… pens.

Penco is part of the Hightide brand family. Hightide brands are known for their attention to detail, materials and great design. This can be seen throughout the entire Hightide range of casual everyday stationery.  

We’re delighted to carry Penco and present it to our customers in the Netherlands and internationally via our shop online. To see Penco in person, please visit our store in Amsterdam.

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Misc Store supports
climate change solutions &
plants a tree for every order

Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.

Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
A selection of these climate projects are shown here.

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Climate projects supported by Misc Store

Using waste biomass to produce electricity in Chile

Small scale onshore wind in India

Protecting lowland peat forest in Indonesia

Producing electricity from solar energy in Vietnam

Protecting and restoring forests in Papua New Guinea

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