SOI sensor bag light allows you to find items in your purse right away.
It’s a running joke that a certain friend of mine is just like Hermione from Harry Potter when it comes to her seemingly bottomless purse. While she has almost anything you could possibly imagine in her handbag everywhere that we go, it takes her ages to find specific things in said purse.
Even though I don’t carry an enormous purse, this has happened to me too. I’ll be in a movie theater, frantically searching with my fingers in my bag for a tissue because a scene is making me cry, only to end up with my customer appreciation card from Penguins Frozen Yogurt in my hand.
Leave it to two guys to witness the same thing go down at a music festival, as women around them used lighters or their cell phone flashlights to look in their bags for various items, and end up solving all of our problems. Christian Schech and Bastian Wetzel have created SOI, the world’s first automated bag light.
When you reach into your purse, briefcase or backpack, the little disc instantly lights up. SOI detects whenever a hand is nearby and turns on, then automatically shuts off when you take your hand away.
The battery-operated SOI is light and easy to transfer from purse to purse. At $29.95, SOI is affordable, it’s made from materials that enable it to be 100-percent recyclable, so it’s good for the environment, too.
To purchase an SOI, visit thegrommet.com/soi-handbag-light.