There are a number of portable light sources on the market, but none have the reputation and appeal of LuminAID.
Taking lightweight portability to entirely new levels of function and convenience, the LuminAID PackLite 16 Inflatable Solar Light is a collapsible, 100 percent waterproof solar-powered light pack that’s great for virtually any environment, from camping to emergency kits and beyond.
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Made of a thick, durable, water-resistant TPU (PVC-free) material, the LuminAID PackLite 16 lantern provides up to 30 hours of LED light, with multiple brightness settings to suit your needs.
The PackLite is a small rectangle you can fit in any backpack zipper pouch while deflated, which expands into a waterproof, floatable pillow of gentle light, barely bigger than a deck of cards.
Clip it onto your backpack during the day to juice up on the go, and don’t worry about direct sunlight – the PackLite charges with remarkable ease.
LuminAID was developed out of necessity, when Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta were working to provide aid relief to Haitian earthquake victims. Millions of people were displaced, living in darkness at night, and LuminAID’s efforts with relief aid organizations helped provide badly-needed alleviation in the region.
The device first made a mainstream appearance in an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign during 2011 that raised more than $50K on an original goal of just $10K. More recently, Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta appeared on season six, episode 20 of Shark Tank and received offers from all five Sharks.
Public demand has been enormous, and with good reason: each LuminAID light illuminates up to 125 square feet of space, and is designed to last years and hundreds of recharge cycles.
Not only that, but it looks like a glowing jellyfish – always an added bonus. Pick up your own LuminAID PackLite 16 Inflatable Solar Light for just $21.99 from TNW Deals!