Luma Mobile Phone Nightlight

Clip on lampshade for your phone when using it's flashlight

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Ben TossellPro@bentossell · newCo
I dont know if this is genius or ridiculous haha. Although I dont have any lamps in my bedroom so something like this could actually be useful if I wanted to read.
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
@bentossell this is genius.
eamonncarey@eamonncarey · Early stage investor.
@bentossell definitely genius. This is about a dozen Christmas and birthday presents sorted.
Josh Muccio@joshmuccio · Host of The Pitch
@bentossell this is hilarious to me 😂 even though I get the application it's still a teeny tiny cute little lamp! How precious.
Braxton Huff 🙌🏻Hunter@3raxton · Creator traveling the world 🙌🏻
@bentossell I didn't know about it until yesterday, haha. I think it would be useful for trips and other things but a build for a bulkier phone case would be a good idea as well.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
JB@jay_bee12345 · Founder
This is a cool product! It would be ideal if this was sold on passenger airplane flights as an alternative to using the pesky spotlights above the seats which bother neighbouring passengers.. I would thank a person if they pulled this out on a flight instead of using the spotlight alternative. Thanks, Jaswinder Brar
David@miscalzoncillos · UX Designer at Telefónica I+D
Good idea, bad design... 🤔
Kenny@topcities · Entrepreneur
Would people really leave their phone flash light on all night?
Kitze@thekitze · Founder of React Academy
@topcities probably not. But for an hour of reading a book and not distracting anyone around you with a big-ass lamp ... yup.
Jonathan HowardHiring@staringispolite · Growth engineer & founder
@topcities I imagine the main use case is probably as a reading light on the go. You likely wouldn't leave it on all night at home, but I might use it for reading in bed before I go to sleep.