WakaWaka Solar Lamp

April 9, 2014 - Comment

The cool, personal solar lamp designed to survive the extremes of Africa. The patented innovative solar power management technology provides for superior charging capabilities results in no less than 16 hours reading light on less than a full day of sunlight. In suboptimal conditions WakaWaka performs up to 200% better than any other solar lamp.

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The cool, personal solar lamp designed to survive the extremes of Africa. The patented innovative solar power management technology provides for superior charging capabilities results in no less than 16 hours reading light on less than a full day of sunlight. In suboptimal conditions WakaWaka performs up to 200% better than any other solar lamp. WakaWaka ensures you will always have light. Perfect for hiking, disaster preparation, camping, or in-home reading light. No need to connect to USB port or plug into wall. Solar replenished, long lasting rechargeable batteries are included. Simply allow access to light, and the patented technology will deliver powerful LED lighting, anywhere for years. WakaWaka Solar Lamp Solar lamp comes in two colors–gray or yellow. view larger

WakaWaka Solar Lamp

Sleek and convenient, the WakaWaka solar lamp provides a full night of bright, usable light after only eight hours of charging in the sun. Use the revolutionary light for emergencies, the truck, the survival kit, camping trips, and the cabin. If the power ever goes out, the reliable WakaWaka solar lamp will be there to light the way.

Consider Getting More Than One Affordable–everyone in the family should have one One for the emergency kit in the house; one for the car Two lights are great for work bench setups When camping everyone needs their own light Kids and pets love the nite-light feature WakaWaka Solar Lamp Water-resistant construction designed to withstand extreme environments. WakaWaka Solar Lamp Use the solar light for home emergency kits, the truck, or camping. view larger

The WakaWaka light features patented solar-management technology that delivers 16 hours of safe, powerful light on a full charge. In addition to being exceptionally efficient, its water-resistant construction is designed to withstand the most extreme environments.

5 Different Light Modes 200% brightness (120 lumen) super bright torch mode 100% brightness (60 lumen) bright ambient light 50% brightness (30 lumen) bright reading light 10% brightness (6 lumen) night safety light SOS emergency beacon SOS Beacon On a Full Battery (less than 1 day charge) WakaWaka Provides: 8 hours of bright ambient light 16 hours of bright reading light 80 hours of soft night safety light

Product Features

  • Solar lamp provides 16 hours of bright, reading light on a full charge
  • Patented technology ensures 2:1 use time vs. charge time
  • 5 different light modes, including SOS beacon; weighs only 7 ounces
  • Water-resistant construction; WakaWaka has a Rechargeable 800 mAh NiMh battery (included)
  • Measures 4.8 by 4 by 0.8 inches

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Comments

Cameosis1 says:

Extremely Powerful Lamp I received one of the first units off the production line and I love this light. Out of the box the light was ready to go to work after having been in the box for who knows how long. I have had many camping lamps, kerosene, battery and other solar lamps but this one is really compact and powerful. The design makes it easy to bring these lamps on camping trips because they are so compact and lightweight. The kids love it because they can use it as a powerful flashlight when they are out walking in the dark or hang it in their tent or on the table to read or do their chores. The first week we did a test of the claim that the light will last 8 hours on a single days charge. We placed the lamp in the window at 6:00am and began use at 8:00pm. We left the light on the reading lamp level. At 6:00am I awoke to find the lamp still shining bright. I have had lamps with batteries die after a couple of hours and other solar lamps last maybe four hours. This light has successfully…

Chuck The Man says:

Much Cheaper if you purchase it directly from the WakaWaka website First, I must say I had great doubt about this product since most of the reviews here are from people who received it for product review vs those who actually purchase it to use on a daily basis. Also, if you purchase it directly from the […] wakawaka 4light. com, it is only $60 for 2 grey ones with free shipping within the US.I have quite a few solar gadgets all around my house. This is the best solar light currently in the market mainly due to its brightness and duration. I used to like the d.light S10 and S1 until the WakaWaka came out last year. The WakaWaka has 2 LED’s instead of one like the S1 and S10. I have 4 WakaWaka lights on every night in those 3 rooms that I spend mostly in at night and I hardly even have to turn on any light. If you shine it on a white wall, the whole room just lights up. It is great bright ambient light.According to their website, the internal battery should last about 3 years for daily use. Hope this helps…

Pat says:

Everyone should own one…! This is really a good product and I truly appreciate the goals of the company. I think everyone should own one for those emergencies that come up every now and again… plus obviously camping etc. I was really impressed with the light pattern and it was obviously designed to illuminate a small room with a flood pattern, rather than a spotlight effect.However, I decided to knock a point off because I think it could be further improved:* The case is a little plasticky and cheap feeling with the top seam in particular quite toy-like. The instructions state that it shouldn’t be dropped and I would think a drop on concrete may damage the case? I would like to see a rubberized case like some tough external hard-drives have for durability, so there is no chance of damage from a drop. I think the solar panel would also be better protected if it was sunk into the case a little, rather than being flush mounted. I really think a universal product like this should…

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