Light up your life with this Wednesday’s Featured Product: the LuminAID inflatable solar lanterns. Created by two graduate students of architecture at Columbia University, and in response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake that left thousands of refugees in it’s rubble, LuminAID inflatable solar lights offers temporary lighting solutions for anyone in the dark. Whether you’re base-camping at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, or storing them in your emergency grab bag, come on down to Fin & Feather and see for yourself why LuminAID is such a bright idea:
The LuminAID PackLite 12 & PackLite Spectra are the classic design that gave co-creators Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork so much attention. These waterproof, weather-capable solar lanterns increase in size the same way you blow up a beach ball, and after 7-10 hours of daylight charging can supply up to 12 hours of LED light. With a 10,000+ hour battery life, and a compact travel size, these convenient little lights can be with your for the long haul and outlast even the darkest of times. Maximize the white light with the PackLite, and get seven color changing options when you opt for the PackLite Spectra.
Take things up a notch with the LuminAID PackLite 16. Not only in this portable light bigger in size, but at 65 lumens it also outshines the PackLite 12. With 30 hours available (on the low setting) from a single 7-10 hour daylight charge, this light truly shines throughout the night, and with its easily packable design, no matter where you’re going you never have to arrive in the dark with the LuminAID PackLite 16.
LuminAID has received national accolades such as a Top Technology Trend by USA Today, Early Stage Prize at the Clean Energy Challenge in Chicago, and both Andrea and Anna were donned Toyota’s Mothers of Invention at the Women In the World Summit in New York City. Besides all the achievements in the technology world, over 40,000 LuminAID’s have been donated and distributed across the globe for relief in disaster situations, making this one company you should really consider investing in.