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Dec 07

Review: Solarpuff

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Solight Design makes this unique solar powered solar puff.

solar puff

Solight Designs makes this great unique solar powered light puff. Gina’s Library of Reviews is happy to bring you this review.

My Thoughts about the Solar Puff:

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 10 LED (60 lumen at low, 90 lumen at high)
  • Battery: Lithium Polymer
  • Size: 4 1/3” cube (when opened)
  • Weight: 2.6 oz
  • Material: PET, water resistant, recyclable 
  • Settings: Push Button 1x for low setting, 2x for high setting, 3x for blinking or distress setting.
  •  TO USE
    • Hold the base and pull the handle to form a cube shape.
    • Press power button 1x for low, 2x for high and 3x to flash.
    • The Solarpuff will fully charge in 8 hours in bright sunlight and give 8-12 hours of light, may vary depending on amount of sunlight. 5hr of charging in direct sunlight = 5-8 hrs of light (may vary).
    • To close: pinch the sides of the cube and pull, the Solarpuff will begin to flatten back to a thin pack. 

This solar puff is a unique way to have a solar powered light. I love the fact that this puff collapses for easy storage in a drawer until needed. The light has three modes: low, high or flashing. You can use the flashing at night for distress.

As I’ve mentioned before on my blog I live in a campground during the summer. There are times when the power goes out for any number of reasons. It’s important to have flashlights on hand. I have the habit of forgetting to purchase batteries for my flashlights. Since this is solar powered, I am never without power to recharge it.

Another use for this will be on the deck at night. I can now have a light that is bright enough to make it easy to see at night but not have the insects drawn to the light.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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