Tuesday 21st August 2018,

Power Practical Luminoodle: on Kickstarter through 10/15/15

Power Practical Luminoodle: on Kickstarter through 10/15/15

Lighting’s been a huge story of late, so it comes as no surprise that innovators Power Practical would add it to their growing arsenal of products.

It all started in 2012 with the Powerpot, a camping cookpot that conveys extra thermal energy to charge small electronics. Their new offering, the cleverly-named Luminoodle, brings functional lighting to a new level. It’s a five-foot-long (there’s also a 10′-foot-long XL model available via Power Practical’s current Kickstarter campaign), flat, waterproof rope light that plugs into any USB charger. A loop at one end allows it to be hung vertically, and magnets at each end (plus one that slides the length of the light) provide more mounting option.

Four reusable “noodle ties” give the Luminoodle further flexibility. The light comes with a white ripstop bag that allows users to use the “noodle” as a lantern that puts out a soft light for chill activities around camp. Battery life depends on what type of power source is connected.

The Luminoodle is live on Kickstarter for just a few more days! Check it out!

Bottom Line: this puppy kicks out a ton of light, and I can’t wait to get it into rigorous testing. Check out the video on their Kickstarter page for a ton of interesting ways to use Luminoodle.

BUY ONLINE: ($19 and up) via the Kickstarter site

Manufacturer’s website: www.powerpractical.com

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About The Author

Allison is a Seattle native who hikes, climbs, skis, snowshoes and fly fishes all over the world. She’s written about base camping, fly fishing, hiking, and food for notable publications such as Outside Online, Sporting Goods Business, Outdoor Industry Alliance, and BACKPACKER. Her wanderlust takes her to hot springs and top-secret fishing holes in Utah, Oregon, Wyoming, and Idaho, as well as Washington’s vaunted North Cascades. When she’s not goofing off outside, you’ll find her backstage at various Seattle –area theatres and concert venues, where she works as a stagehand.

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