There's a growing need for energy-efficient solar lighting for homes, highways, and commercial use. With the declining costs of solar lighting systems, along with favorable government grants and initiatives, solar lamps are more desirable than ever. Plus, you can't deny the convenience of not having to do all the wiring work to make your lighting system workable.
But not all solar lamps are created equal. Some use low-quality batteries that can't hold a charge, or cheap panels that don't gather enough power. Plus, not all solar lamps are designed to handle the same challenges. Sometimes you just need a flashlight. Other times you need a floodlight. Lucky for you, GoSun has designed solar lamps to feed every specific illumination need you have. Scroll down to see how easy it is to light up the world with nothing but the power of the Sun.
Light your home, cabin, workshop, shed or outdoors with this Solar Lighting System. These solar lanterns can light up to four rooms or one large off-grid workshop. Mobile phone charging is supported via USB output.
It comes with a solar control box, 8W solar panel, four lamps, and a power cable.
This portable solar light provides 50 lumen of light. The lower setting provides 20 lumens of light for more than 6 hours; a perfect solar lantern which is ideal for reading, cooking or lighting up your home.
- Weighs only 6 ounces - great for backpacking and camping
- 1 full day of sunshine will completely recharge the battery
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This easily rechargeable flashlight packs 280 lumens and brightens anything up. Best of all, with an integrated solar cell, it can recharge using solar energy alone, but if you want to juice it up faster, it can also be recharged with the included USB cord. It comes with three settings: lantern mode, spotlight ability, and a red strobe emergency setting. A magnetic back allows for hands free use.
Check out this video to see what happens when all the lights come together. You can easily light up a small house with nothing but the power of the Sun, even hours after sunset.
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