World's best portable solar light!
This new generation Nokero N233 indoor or outdoor solar light is perfect for camping, backpacking, emergency lighting and other off-grid lighting. It is bright enough for reading, working or lighting up a tent and runs up to 15 hours after just a day's charge. Use it hanging or standing as a desk lamp, or carry as you would a torch at night. It's light, compact and tough, made from high impact ABS, polycarbonate, steel.
Designed and tested in the Rocky Mountains of Nokero's home state of Colorado in the US, it will withstand years of daily use in the world's harshest conditions. Made in China.
Help light up lives around the world
For every lamp sold, Nokero will provide light to a person in the developing world. Over 1.4 billion people lack electricity and light is a crucial part of improving their lives. To read more about the impact of this brilliant scheme, see the Nokero website.
Tough: Fully weatherproof and designed for the outdoors
Bright: High and low brightness settings
Simple: Hang it, hold it, or stand it up
Dependable: Includes a 2 year warranty and the built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 5 years
And one more thing: the Nokero N233 is the world's most efficient light!
Nokero (short for No Kerosene) designs and manufactures world-leading small-scale solar products for communities that need them most.
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