PiSAT Solar K-Light Solar Lantern

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Specs

Weight 22 ounces
Solar Shatter-resistant 1.5 Watt Solar Panel
Battery Rechargeable 7.2 volt, 1.6_Ahr NiMH Battery (lasts more than 3,000 charges)

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PortablePowerLantern.com is a lantern, flashlight,…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $95

Summary

PortablePowerLantern.com is a lantern, flashlight, work light and a mobile charger all in one. The battery is rechargeable over 3000 times. Save money on batteries. Can charge almost any electronic devices.

Pros

  • Charge with solar panel
  • Mobile device charger built in

The lantern can be charged in 3 ways: standard ac/dc outlet, car charger or solar panel.  Makes a great emergency kit for backup power and light or camping lantern as it is lightweight (only 1.5 lbs).

Manufacturer's Description

The K-Light is an innovative, eco-friendly solar-powered lantern, designed to stand up to the harshest environments. Approximately the size and weight of a can of soda, the unique combination of its solar-charging battery and bright, energy-efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs) makes the K-Light unlike any other product available today.

Small, lightweight, rugged and highly water resistant, the K-Light is perfect for outdoor activities such as camping, boating and hiking. The K-Light is ideal as an emergency light, too. It can function as either a flashlight or lantern, and it can be powered anywhere—in any situation. A solar panel is included with the K-Light.

The K-Light is a reliable, rechargeable light made to last through any kind of adventure. It’s also economical and environmentally friendly. Simply connect the solar panel to the K-Light and place it in direct sun to be ready for hours of clean, bright light.

PiSAT Solar K-Light Solar Lantern

MSRP:
$59.95

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