SolarPuff lanterns offer a unique and innovative lighting solution
SolarPuff lanterns are small emergency lights powered by small-scale solar panels. Developed by designer and professor Alice Min Soo Chun, the lamps were created to help people in need after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
The lanterns weigh only ounces and fold flat for easy storage. The tiny solar panel powers a ring of LEDs, and on a four hour charge the light lasts eight to ten hours.
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