Luminoodle USB Light Rope & Lantern

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Tech

There’s not always light where you need it most, and often we find ourselves in the dark without a light to turn on. Now, a company by the name of Power Practical has set out to provide Luminoodle, a portable string of LED lights that can be tied, hooked or hung on virtually anything.

The 5-foot strand of lights is ultra-bright, shining 10-20 brighter than the average Christmas lights. It’s completely waterproof and highly flexible, so you’re able to use it anywhere you’d need to. It’s USB powered, and on both ends of that USB cord lies magnets, allowing it to be stuck to anything metal with ease. It also comes with a rip-stop nylon bag, which allows the Luminoodle to be used as a lantern. It’s available now on Kickstarter for an early backer price of $19.

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