LuDela Pillar is a smart candle that will extinguish itself when falling
This year’s Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so it is about time to start thinking about what gift to give to the person who bred and carried us in her womb for a few months. If you are thinking about the same old flowers and/or box of chocolates, who not go for a more high-tech gift, like maybe a smart candle?
The LuDela Pillar really looks like a regular candle and even has a perfectly normal and real flame. It can be compared to a light bulb, which is turned on or off with the flick of a switch. Something similar happens with this smart candle, with its flame being activated or deactivated with the press of a button in its remote.
The LuDela Pillar looks to be the easiest way to create a calm or romantic mood. It is also way safer than a traditional candle, as it will automatically extinguish its flame if it tips over.
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Everything about this candle is customizable, from the shells, which can be matched with the environment, to the candle’s scent, which can be set thanks to “Scent on Demand”. There are plenty of scents to choose from, and those scents come in convenient and easy-to-replace refills.
When buying these candles from LuDela, you are not only making your home cozier, as you are also helping underserved communities in Africa to get access to books. In fact, for every candle sold, LuDela donates a book via its non-profit partner Books for Africa – an NPO that collects, sorts, ships and distributes books to students in that continent.
So, if you are still wondering about what to gift your mother forMother’s Day (May 12th in most countries, including the USA and Canada), then perhaps the LuDela Pillar is a very good option – especially if she is crazy for candles.
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