Aura Wireless Christmas Lights

Dec 9, 2014

Category: Tech

It’s right about now that men across the country are doing their best/worst Clark Griswold impressions as they fumble, stumble, and bumble with their Christmas tree’s spider’s nest of lights and wires. There’s gotta be a simpler way, right? Enter Aura, wirelessly powered Christmas lights.

These LED bulbs come in a variety of colors and styles and get activated by the Aura Power Ring that gets put at the base of smaller trees, and nestled in the middle of larger trees. Once the ring is plugged in, the bulbs magically light up when they go cross the threshold. You can control them with the free app for iOS, Android & Windows phones, and the makers say the bulbs should last up to 20 years. Now if we can just get someone on those pine needles. [Purchase]

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