|Item Weight||2.88 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.2 x 12.2 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||LUM-LL01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Average Battery Life||16 hours|
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- Push button switch for OFF, HIGH, LOW light settings, 14-16 Hours on LOW for safety, nightlight and 8-10 hours on HIGH for reading, task work
- High-efficiency built-in solar panel recharges internal battery in approximately 6-7 hours of sunlight
- Waterproof up to 1 meter deep (FL 1 STANDARD IPX-7) and can float
- Inflates to 8.5 x 0.2 x 12.2 inches, measures only 5 x 3 x 0.25 inches when folded; weighs under 2.9 ounces
- Small snap to keep it securely folded and carabiner loop for easy charging on the go
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LuminAID Solar Inflatable Light, Version 1
LuminAID's Original Solar Inflatable Light
The LuminAID Solar Inflatable Light (V1) is LuminAID's original solar inflatable light, invented shortly after the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. This light is a solar-powered, inflatable lantern that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern. The LuminAID Solar Inflatable Light provides up to 16 hours of LED light and recharges in approximately 7 hours of direct sunlight. It's ideal for emergency use, camping, or in the home as an extra light source. Tuck it away in a first-aid kit or hook it on your backpack to take with you on your next adventure.
All of LuminAID's solar lights are 100% PVC and phthalate free and are made out of safe and sustainable materials. Our frosted semi-transparent inflatables protect your eyes from the glare of our multi-chip LED lights, creating durable, lightweight lanterns. Our lights are waterproof, and can float.
- 100% PVC-Free
- Up to 16 Hours of Light on 1 Charge
- Waterproof & Can Float
- All-Weather Utility
- Weighs Under 3oz
How It Works
Charge outside in direct sun for 7 hours. Optimum charging occurs when the white LED is off and the red charge indicator LED is on.
*Battery comes partially charged. Charge 7 hours for peak performance.
Gently pinch or bite the valve and inflate your LuminAID.
Press button once for 'low' (lasts 14-16 hours) and twice for 'high' (lasts 8-10 hours).
Use in All Conditions
This is an all-weather device. It is waterproof (IPX-7) and can float.
Awards and Recognition
As Seen On
- The Today Show
- CNN's Start Small, Think Big
- Fox News
- Outside Magazine
- Men's Journal
- CNN HLN
- The White House Blog
- The BBC
- Discovery News
2014 Toyota Mothers of Invention.
2014 US White House Maker of Merit.
LuminAID's patent-pending solar LED inflatable technology was designed by two architecture students, Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork, shortly after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. When thinking about what they could design to make a difference, Andrea and Anna decided to focus on lighting because it had the potential to greatly improve the comfort, safety and survival of disaster victims. Inspired to design a simple, solar-powered lighting product that could be easily distributed in times of emergency, they developed their first solar inflatable light and founded LuminAID to bring the technology to market.
Andrea and Anna first developed the solar LED inflatable technology in 2010 and have filed domestic and international patent applications to cover a broad range of shapes, applications, and uses. LuminAID has multiple domestic and international utility patent applications on file.
In 2015, LuminAID announced the extension of this technology to a new product line: the Pack Line by LuminAID. You can check out LuminAID's other products on Amazon.com as well.
Give Light, Get Light
LuminAID Lab partners with organizations all over the world to distribute lights to individuals without access to electricity through their Give Light Program. The company has also worked to put lights on the ground after emergency situations both in the US and abroad. With the support of customers and partner organizations, LuminAID Lab has distributed thousands of lights all around the world to individuals in need of a better source of light. Our mission: make light more sustainable, affordable, and available for everyone. Thank you for your support of LuminAID's lights.
About the LuminAID Light: The LuminAID light is a solar-powered, inflatable lamp that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern.The LuminAID light provides up to 16 hours of LED light and recharges in approximately 7 hours of direct sunlight. The LuminAID light is ideal for emergency use, camping, or in the home as an extra light source. Tuck it away in a first-aid kit or hook it on your backpack to take with you on your next adventure.The product is completely PVC-free and made out of a lightweight, semi-transparent material to diffuse the LED light and create a lantern effect. About the Company: The LuminAID light was designed by two design students, Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork, shortly after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. When thinking about what they could design to make a difference, Andrea and Anna decided to focus on lighting because it had the potential to greatly improve the comfort, safety and survival of disaster victims. Inspired to design a simple, solar-powered lighting product that could be easily distributed in times of emergency, they developed the LuminAID light and founded LuminAID Lab to bring the technology to market. The product has been featured on the Today Show, Fox News, CNN, and in many print publications. The solar-led-inflatable technology is Patent Pending worldwide. About LuminAID's Give Light, Get Light Program: LuminAID Lab partners with organizations all over the world to distribute lights to individuals without access to electricity through their Give Light Program. The company has also worked to put lights on the ground after emergency situations both in the US and abroad. With the support of customers and partner organizations, LuminAID Lab has distributed thousands of lights all around the world to individuals in need of a better source of light. Our mission: make light more sustainable, affordable, and available for everyone. Thank you for your support of the LuminAID light!
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If this company really cares for the poor people around the world that unfortunately don't have lighting, then I would think they would make it out of heavy see through material that cannot pop unless it is 'pretty much purposely popped'. But this very soft, very thin latex rubber is like the same stuff they use to make doctors latex rubber gloves.
Go get a pair of latex rubber gloves and blow the rubber glove up and this is the same very weak material they are using on this LuminAid.
It's just pitiful and sad !
They should use at least the same type of plastic that people use to vacuum seal their meats to put them in the freezer to save the meats for a long time, because that clear plastic is much less pop-able then then latex rubber.
The LuminAid can be developed into being a good product, but not while it's being made out of such highly pop-able latex rubber glove material. Okay this luminaid rubber isn't quite as easy to pop as latex, but damn close.
I went with sunjack camp light and you can either buy the SunJack Portable Solar Charger or buy the PowerFilm AA Foldable Solar Charger and an Anker battery pack. I also suggest buying a Ritelite LPL792 Wireless USB 5-LED Touch-On Computer Light.
The best rechargeable flashlight I know of is one of the Zebralight H600 model headlamps. Get one of the Zebralight H600 headlamps and a 18650 Protected 3400mAh Li-ion Rechargeable Battery Orbtronic, and a, XTAR MP1S Intelligent USB 14650/17670/18650/18700 Battery Charger, and an, 18 watt or higher solar panel with USB ports and you've got endless great bright light as long as there's sunlight to make the solar panel work.
You can also charge the 18650 lithium battery with the XTAR battery charger with any USB port you have and you can buy an electric wall outlet adapter to be able to plug the USB port into that electric wall outlet adapter and then into a normal wall outlet and if you buy the XTAR battery charger that comes with the car charger you will be able to also plug and charge your 18650 lithium battery from your vehicles cigarette lighter outlet.
Here is our observation after the initial charge and first few uses:
1. It is extremely light weight and doesn't take us hardly any space as it folds flat
2. The amount of light it puts out in a dark room is amazing. (When I first opened it and turned it on I was skeptical)
3. The package said to place it in direct sunlight OUTSIDE. But we did a test and placed 1 outside and 1 inside, both in direct sunlight for the same amount of time and we did not notice any difference in the charge. They both received a full charge and worked equally well.
4. They do blow up and float which is pretty neat
5. I am a little concerned about the durability of the plastic when outside hiking or camping. I am not sure how easy it would be to get a hole punctured in it from a stick, rock, or some other item.
A great product overall and really does what it claims to do!
Update: Still working. However, the light is not so bright. But better than nothing~