Campers looking for a little eco-friendly light to illuminate their campsite are going to love the Signature SUS Bulb lamp. Designed by green design group Sunnyside Up Solar, the Signature SUS Bulb lamp can be ran off of conventional batteries or solar power.
The solar panels on this lamp cover nearly the entire back portion of it and require an all-day charge in order to provide 5 to 7 hours of light. Charging a lamp all day for a max of 7 hours of light may not sound like a good deal, but when you consider how often you actually turn a lantern on at a campsite or elsewhere, it suddenly sounds a lot better. If you want to get your hands on one of these vintage solar lamps, Sunnyside Up Solar is selling them in their online store for $38.