by admin | September 29, 2015 3:31 pm
When going on an outdoor adventure, having a portable light handy is essential. It certainly helps if it can provide light via renewable energy. If it can easily be packed and stored, then that will certainly be an added advantage. You can enjoy these features and more when you bring the new LuminAID PackLite Spectra with you on your next adventure.
The LuminAID PackLite Spectra is a portable torch that is powered by the sun. It comes with a solar panel built on the top of the torch that recharges the built-in lithium-polymer ion battery. A single charge under sunlight of 7 to 10 hours can provide up to 12-hours of LED light with a 35 lumen output. Users can also choose from 7 distinct color modes aside from the white LED mode at a touch of a button. A multi-color fade add some fun factor to this portable solar powered light.
The LuminAID PackLite Spectra is designed for outdoor use. It floats when inflated and is waterproof. The twist to close features makes it easy to store when not used. It even has a 2-year storage life before you may need to recharge it. The LuminAID PackLite Spectra is available at Think Geek for $30.
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