Even though the name of this QWNN thingie sounds like Gwyneth Paltrow to us and we loathe her, we’re looking past that to the cool factor. Unlike that tramp.
Since we’re geek lovers, we need this. Origami, plus tech, plus futuristic styling? Yes!
Solight Design recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for its origami-inspired, portable solar lantern power bank. Nifty!
QWNN is lightweight, flat-packable, portable and waterproof. It has a built-in 400 mAh rechargeable power bank (guess that’s good), and charges via sunlight or micro-USB port.
“Since the launch of the original SolarPuff in 2015, we have impacted over 600,000 lives around the world with our Solights, bringing light to those without electricity,” said Alice Chun, QWNN inventor. “Our lights have also shined bright, from backyard BBQs to glamping in the Grand Canyon, from relaxing evenings at home to climbing expeditions in Nepal.”
Look, we ain’t trekking to Nepal. But if someone needs to see a ni-pple—we’d have a cool light for that.
Other ways Crack Wise would use QWNN:
First, change the name to CrackWiseLight.
Use it for making Ramen. That bowl of sodium will seem fancier.
The lights go out as you’re about to pop a pimple… on your butt. Problem solved.
Set a romantical mood for you and Rosy…
Good for a night time potty break so you actually hit the bowl.
You don’t want to binge eat in complete darkness. You might miss the crumbs.
NOTE: for every QWNN purchased, one will be donated to those in need in Indonesia. Do-gooders…
Haus of V is a creative collective that shares a similar mindset -- with a twist.