LiteLite is an environmentally friendly flashlight that uses paper to create the exterior body of the illumination device.
Thick cardboard is scored so that it is able to be folded into a rectangle. Inside the paper is a battery wedged between two slits and a wired little bulb that rests on it. A rubber band holds the device together. To turn on the flashlight you just need to squeeze the handle and release it when you want the light to stop.
The LiteLite is a clever science project that some may of had the pleasure of creating themselves in elementary school. This little eco light packs quite a punch, but it is not the most durable item.
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