|Brand Name||Simply Brilliant|
|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.9 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||LIB353031|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5033|
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- Four super bright white LEDs for 4X the brightness
- 40% more solar panel output for faster charging
- Lighter-only 10.5 oz. for bottle and cap
- Translucent unbreakable cap is12% lighter and glows
- Brighter focusing lens for much more light and even dispersion
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The LightCap 300 is a renewable lantern, a one liter water bottle and a waterproof container for valuables. It is 20% lighter, 4 times brighter and charges 50% faster than the original solar powered lantern. It also has a 50% wider opening than standard bottles for easier cleaning, mixing, drinking and storing contents. Weight: 9.7 oz.
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It leaks! Yes the seal around the mouth of the bottle to the cap f$%# leaks half the time, so it's inadvisable to throw it in a backpack full of juice or something. Sort of kills the whole primary purpose of having a water bottle.
The seals that keep water out of the electronics also leak, so there is regularly condensation INSIDE the cap. It's not dishwasher safe, and you have to even be careful washing it in the sink or you'll get water into the cap.
The light sensor broke. The cap is equipped with a little sensor to turn the LEDs off if it's too light outside. Seems like a good idea, except the sensor is uber sensitive so sometimes the reflected light from the bottle would be enough to turn the lamp off, resulting in flickering. Finally my sensor stopped working altogether, so I took the unit apart and bypassed it.
The battery corroded. I had to take the unit apart another time because it refused to work altogether. Wha thad happened is the battery terminals were all crusted up with corrosion, presumably from the water that keeps getting in there. While I was in there fixing it, I was able to take stock of the terrible handiwork used by whoever assembled it. The wires were all glued together with some awful snot like glue, all the solder joints were ready to fall apart, all the seals were squashed and hardened (no wonder water keeps getting in).
Anyway I really like the idea of this product, and I enjoyed having it while it works, but at the end of the day it's kind of a cheap piece of crap. I'd be tempted to put more effort into completely repairing the issues with it, but there's no getting around the fact that the cap to bottle seal leaks - deal breaker.
It is top heavy when empty, but balances out when full of water. It is bright enough to illuminate the immediate area, but little more than that. Would be great in a tent or as a nightlight.