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d.light S20 Solar Rechargeable LED Lantern Camping Light – Ultra Bright Rugged Water-resistant Camping Lantern Lamp for Camping, Tent, Hiking, Climbing
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- BRIGHT - 360 Degree Illumination with 2 Brightness Settings
- RUGGED - Built with Advanced Water-Resistant and Shock-Resistant Materials
- LONG-LASTING - Up To 8 Hours On A Single Charge
- WARRANTY - Free 2 Year Hassle-Free Warranty
- DUAL CHARGING CAPABILITY - Charge From Solar or From A USB Power Source (USB Charge Cable Included)
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 20.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.57 pounds|
|Light Source Type||led|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S20|
|Shipping Weight||0.6 pounds|
The d.light S20 is a super bright, durable solar-rechargable LED camping lantern. It S20 offers up to 8 hours of 360 degree space lighting. Hang it inside a tent for a game of cards or next to the barbecue for a perfect evening dinner. Take it on your boat for a night sail or use it during a power outage. The d.light S20 is built to survive the toughest conditions, like drops onto concrete, rain, and intense heat and dust. The USB charging option (cable included) allows charging from an AC source even on rainy or cloudy days. With over 60 million people worldwide using d.light products, trust that you are getting a high quality product from the leaders in LED lanterns.
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I keep two inside on a window sill. And I keep two outside in a location only slightly protected from the elements. I can't imagine that you could break these things under normal conditions outside. The only way I could see them "dying" is if they were submerged for a length of time.
One outdoor light will gather water once in awhile and I'll unscrew the plastic covering and empty the accumulation.
But it's just as bright and comes on just like the others.
These things serve their purpose fantastically. I could say that the brightness might not blow you away. but for one LED it certainly seems it should. It's plenty to provide adequate light to a normal sized room (15x15). Two could possibly destroy your retinas. I jest. But in the case of an extended power outage these could be a godsend. If used properly, it will provide plenty of light for reading, cooking, games, etc.
I've got larger solar panels that charge deep cycle batteries and power inverters. and also smaller automotive type battery packs for an assortment of power and lighting options but these get the most use and were probably the most "bang for my solar buck". I use them mainly for camping and they last the advertised amount of time if not longer. they are always ready to go the next night.
I've never charged them via AC but I might pick up an adapter so I can charge them from the larger solar bank should the sun fail to shine for a few weeks while the power is out.
I'd probably have bigger things to worry about if that was happening though.
UPDATE: 22 Aug 2015 - had a chance to test this out during the past couple days. I left unit on my window sill to charge during the entire day. Light stays on longer than 8 hours at low setting. Even at 8 hours it's still bright enough to light your path. After about 9-10 hours still gives out light similar to a night light. Even happier with my purchase after testing it out.
The only thing I would suggest is that users be able to unscrew the lower light diffuser (although one reviewer said he does this, I haven't tried very hard yet to undo it.) This would allow backpackers to use the space inside for dry stuff like spare socks, TP, etc and not just be empty space in a backpack. This isn't now a concern for me, so my five stars still stand.
Update: Yes indeed the diffuser can easily be unscrewed and removed, if you want to store stuff in there while not using the light.
Also, don't look at the single LED light with the plastic diffuser removed! It is bright enough to leave an impression on your eyeballs, even when viewed on Low in a well-daylit room!!
Update #2: Still very satisfied with this light. However, it really does need sunlight or USB to charge well. It does charge from light bulbs, but doesn't seem to last as long and actually faded out on me, after a few days of no sunshine and light bulb charge only, and about 8 hours of use. With solar charging, it's awesome!!! We actually used it for a night walk along the boardwalk built through the pines on the beach (zero streetlights nearby) and it worked great and lit up our way nicely, and about 20 feet around us too!
Major advantages over my old lanterns: It's lighter; about 20 ounces lighter in battery alone. It's a better form factor; it's easier to point at things, it's easier to hang from things, and it's simply easier to deal with. On low mode, it'll last practically all night, and it'll recharge as long as you just leave it in a relatively lit area like a windowsill.
While a little dimmer than the clamshell lanterns, it's still quite bright enough to read by, navigate a darkened house with, etc. I even showered by this light with no problems.
This thing would be great for emergency use during power outages and such; just use it every now and again to keep the battery cycled. It would also be great to carry on camping trips or indeed any outdoor activity when at night.
It occurs to me that the diffuser (the translucent cup-like thing) could be smaller, but since it's the size of an average fast food soft drink cup it's no problem. In fact, I could see storing survival supplies like a space blanket, some waterproof matches, some paracord, a compass and a whistle inside the lantern as an easily portable kit. Mine is going to see regular "around the house" use.