LuminAid will be back in stock in mid-January.
Architecture students Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta were challenged to bring some much-needed light to the tent cities of earthquake-striken Haiti. What they developed was this versatile, low-impact lantern, which is both essential gear in an emergency and a handy tool for camping and outdoor recreation. The lamp's powerful LED light source can shine for up to 8 hours (on the low setting), powered by 4-5 hours of direct sunlight on its integrated solar panel. The durable, waterproof, flexible plastic shell has a handle for carrying or hanging, and can be inflated while in use, which helps to diffuse light around a space. It even floats, making it ideal for boating or river expeditions. All components are lead-free. Made in China.
Please note, the LuminAID Light has been discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.