Solar K-Light

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The problem with solar or crank powered lanterns and radios is that they don’t run for very long off a single charge. But the new solar lantern from PiSAT changes all of the that. The K-Light¬† provides a 1:2 ratio of charge time to light, meaning that for every hour the lantern is charged it provides two hours of light. Charge it for a day, you will get about two nights of light. At $50, the K-Light is an affordable and efficient workhorse.¬† The K-Light has some other notable features as well:

  • LED Lantern or Flashlight
  • 100% Solar-powered
  • No Batteries Required
  • Highly Water-resistant
  • Small, Rugged & Lightweight
  • 120 Lumens

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