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The new Solar and Water charged Lamp brings a innovative and alternative way of creating enough energy to enjoy your favourite book every night even if you experience rainy days.


It features can be used for four hours on on a full charge, and can be recharged in 9-12 hours on a sunny day or you can switch to it's alternative charging technique by simply plugging it to it's easy to use charging device with you attach to your water tap while you take a shower or wash the dishes . When the panel is fully charged the light intensity is 400 to 500 lux at its starting point. After 3 to 4 hours the light intensity has lowered to about 300 lux. It is available in five colors: green, blue, red, orange and yellow.


It is 100% safe and 100% Eco Friendly.


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Comment by Shakwei Mbindyo on March 28, 2010 at 6:13pm
+1KS. Great infomation. I have heard of solar powered lamp but never of water powered. Thanks for sharing. Any idea what this lamp costs?
Comment by Michael Jaggernauth on March 28, 2010 at 6:22pm
Very useful, but not very effective. If you tell someone who doesn`t give much thought about being green that they should replace their high powered lamp with this chargeable, less intense lamp, they may not want to simply because it takes to much effort to work. 9-12 charging hours for 4 light hours at alternating power: not very attractive.

Don`t get me wrong, I personally find it really cool, so I`ll like to think of this as a prototype of sorts- make it more efficient with less effort and you`ll truly have a place on the market. Please respond, I`d like to know what you think.
Comment by Andreea Dejan on March 28, 2010 at 6:34pm
Thank you very much for your reply, what I want to state is that this lamp isn't real. Also I am not an engineer or never been very good at physics but what I do have is imagination. I would really like if people would discuss this matter and maybe someone would find this useful. Also the lamp has in it's description that it is for "enjoying your favourite book" wich shouldn't take more than 4 hours before sleep. :)

Thanks again for commenting. Looking forward in hearing more.

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