Solar Rechargeable Camping Light -Luke Light

$28.50

Solar Rechargeable Camping Light -Luke Light

Description

Solar Rechargeable Camping Light -Luke Light

Tiny, but mighty! A lightweight, portable, durable, waterproof, solar task light that is perfect for bedside reading, camping and your emergency kit. Every day in the sun will give you eight hours of night light. The best part? For every Luke Light you buy, Unite to Light (unitetolight.org) will donate one to someone who lives in darkness after sundown; replacing kerosene and candles with clean, safe, bright and free power from the sun.

Buy One | Give One.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Waterproof IP65
  • Lithium-ion (Li-ion) rechargeable battery
  • 8 hours of night light
  • 20 Lumen bright. 5000-7000 white daylight.
  • Automatic shut-off conserves battery
  • Stand, hook, hang or carry
  • Bendable arm multi-position task light
  • Dust-proof, shock-proof
  • Lightweight—just 6.45 ounces (183 grams)
  • Folds to a small but mighty 3.7″ x 1″ x 3.37″ (fits in the palm of your hand)
  • CE and RoHS Compliant

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Over a billion people live without electricity. Access to clean, affordable light and energy is critical to improving health, education and prosperity. Unite to Light is dedicated to providing low-cost solar light and power to those without electricity across the globe.
Light by light we are changing the world.
Unite to Light started with a visit from Ghanaians Pastor Kofi Fosuhene and Dr. Osei Darkwa to the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in 2009. They explained that many people in Africa, who rely on kerosene for reading, suffer health problems and financial hardship. Aware of the work done at UCSB’s Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE) on high-efficiency LED lights and high-efficiency solar cells, Fosuhene and Darkwa asked if the Institute could design an affordable reading light. Although solar-powered flashlights were available at the time, they were relatively expensive for students. In addition, the men were interested in reading lights because of the problems related to children and education, a focus for both.
The IEE team, in conjunction with UCSB’s Engineers Without Borders, designed, developed and began distribution of our original light in 2010 through the newly created non-governmental organization, Unite to Light. As of 2020, over 125,000 lights have been distributed to people in 78 countries.
Since then the original lamp has been redesigned to be waterproof and stronger, renamed Luke Light, and we have added an important Solar Charger to the product line because of how vital communication and connectedness are around the world.

Since then the original lamp has been redesigned to be waterproof and stronger, renamed Luke Light, and we have added an important Solar Charger to the product line because of how vital communication and connectedness are around the world.