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The Lightly Clothespins Illuminate Colorfully at Nighttime

 - Dec 6, 2013
References: psfk
A household will not need any Christmas lights this holiday season if they invest in some Lightly Clothespins. Although they look just like traditional clothespins, they have been tweaked to sport solar panels on their topmost surface. Throughout the day, they collect the sun's energy and then illuminate vibrantly at nighttime. Embedded with colorful LED lights, the Lightly Clothespin might as well be created for the Christmas season.

Designed by Idan Noyberg and Gal Bulka, the Lightly Clothespins provide a playful way to visually contribute to neighborhood instead of just being a drab household staple. Although a more decorative tweak than anything else, it could help ensure that people don't accidentally walk into laundry lines. Not to mention that the Lightly Clothespins would make a fun and unique gift for Christmas.