The d. light S300 Lantern & Cell Phone Charger provides you the safety and security of having light when you need it most and the ability to keep your cell phone charged, whether during a power outage or a weekend camping trip. Designed as a replacement for the kerosene lantern for rural off-grid households in developing countries, d. light utilizes the world's best product design principles, along with cutting-edge solar and LED technology to make the highest quality, rugged, reliable and affordable solar lanterns.
The d. light S300 Lantern & Cell Phone Charger features four light settings and allows you to keep your mobile phone charged. The d. light S300 provides a bright flood of white light, enabling the illumination of an entire room. The d. light S300 features four brightness settings, nightlight (100 hours), low (16 hours), mid (8 hours), and high (4 hours). A USB port provides the ability to charge smartphones and a battery indicator shows the charge level.
Lightweight (0.7 lbs), it comes with an ergonomically designed handle and top strap that offers flexibility for use in home, the workplace or outdoors. The portable solar panel includes a lengthy outdoor cable (4 meters) for convenient charging. The d. light S300 can also be charged through a USB outlet using the cord supplied or a standard Nokia AC charger.
d. light is a for-profit social enterprise whose purpose is to create new freedoms for customers without access to reliable power so they can enjoy a brighter future. We design, manufacture and distribute solar light and power products throughout the developing world. We aim to empower the lives of at least 100 million people by 2020. In 2004, during d. light co-founder Sam Goldman’s Peace Corps service in Benin, Africa, his neighbor’s son was badly burned by an overturned kerosene lamp. This incident, along with the knowledge that 2.3 billion people in the world still do not have access to reliable electricity, inspired Sam to participate in a class called Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability at the Stanford Design School, where he met co-founder Ned Tozun. That’s where they developed their initial prototype solar lantern and an ambitious plan to bring safe, bright, and renewable lighting to people around the globe.
The portable solar panel includes a lengthy outdoor cable (4 meters) for convenient charging. The S300 can also be charged through a USB outlet using the cord supplied or a standard Nokia AC charger.
Four brightness settings 16 hours of LED light on a day's charge USB port to charge cell phones 100 hour nightlight setting No Battery replacement ever needed