World's First Inflatable Flashlight Won't Need New Batteries
Jan 06, 2015 11:37
Don't you hate it when your emergency flashlight doesn't work, or has really weak batteries, giving you a very dim light? The creators of the original LUCI, have a new design which will produce a more intense and focussed beam and double up as an emergency flashlight.
The original LUCI is an inflatable solar powered rechargeable lantern. The new Luci EMRG has a new design and uses four new LEDs that shine bright to project flashlight-like beams.
The LEDs glow softer to maximize battery life.
Its batteries also remain rechargeable and can be powered up using a solar cell built into the bottom.
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