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These Solar-Powered Lights Will Never Leave You in the Dark

By: Janelle Savel - Published: • References: firebox & luminaid
If you often find yourself left in the dark during late night barbecues, camping in the wilderness or inevitable power surges, you should have a solar-powered lantern from LuminAID on hand. 

The light bag has an integrated solar powered fixture and works as a portable alternative to bulky lanterns. Charge it in the sun for six hours then inflate the valve and illuminate it when you’re ready to shine. It features dual settings and lasts for up to 16 hours.

The LuminAID was designed for earthquake victims who required light in post-natural situations. LuminAID is an alternative option for affordable renewal light that is dependable, practical and convenient. This product is water and puncture-resistance plus it can float, so if you’re stuck out at sea at least you’ll have some light to get you through the night. Stats for Solar-Powered Inflatible Lanterns Trending: This Year & Buzzing
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