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SkyPanel Fluorescent Light Diffusers – Feel like you’re outside even when you’re not


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Everybody, even cubicle rats, like to enjoy the great outdoors every now and then. Even a brief glimpse of something that doesn’t scream ‘office environment’ can make the day seem a little brighter, even if that glimpse is nothing but a mere illusion.

How many can relate to this scenario? You spent the whole week in an office, trying to ignore the co-worker who won’t shut up about how unfair it is that [insert name here] got voted off that irritating reality singing/dancing/surviving competition, and the weekend skies are filled with nothing but grey clouds and rain, with a little lightning thrown in just for something different. The SkyPanel Fluorescent Light Diffusers can let you enjoy blue skies even when Mother Nature doesn’t want to cooperate.

Going against the currently popular trend of super-sized decals and backlit films that peel off, these panels actually have the outdoor scenes printed on them. They’re made of 100% Acrylic material, pass all fire codes, and come in the standard size of 24″ x 48″, although they can be trimmed to fit smaller lights.

A variety of scenes, ranging from clear skies to skies with a hint of tree branches peeking through, are available, and they come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can get your $$$ back if you decide you like the old boring light panels.

It’s not the same as telling your boss to take the job and shove it, but at least you get to keep that steady paycheck this way. Choose one of the available scenes for $39.97 or have a custom design made for $65.

 SkyPanel Fluorescent Light Diffusers   Feel like youre outside even when youre not

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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