d.light S1
Solar lantern

Energy and Environment

The d.light S1 is an all-purpose, high-brightness solar LED (light-emitting diode) lantern designed for affordability. It provides up to four hours of light on a full day's charge and uses highly efficient LEDs with focused lighting that can be easily oriented in any direction, making it ideal for working or studying.

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Detailed Description: 

The d.light S1 can be fully charged in one day with the integrated solar panel, or it can be charged in a few hours through the AC power grid using any standard 2mm Nokia mobile charger.

The d.light S1 is highly efficient and easy to use. It has no detachable parts and includes an integrated solar panel that makes recharging simple and easy. It can easily orient toward the sun during the day and focus its light at night. The product has an adjustable handle for flexible use and can be carried, hung from the wall or ceiling, or placed on any surface.

Key features:

  • High-efficiency integrated polycrystalline solar panel
  • Super-bright and focused LED light
  • Smart solar indicator for charge intensity
  • Easily-replaceable, high-performance Ni-Mh battery
  • Ultra-light, ultra-portable design
  • Multiple-setting handle allows flexible usage
  • Tough and sturdy design
  • Weather resistant for sun and rain
  • Solar or AC charging options.
Price Comments: 
This product has been superseded by a newer model
Warranty & Return Policy: 

Please inquire directly

Additional Information: 

The d.light S1 was selected as the Gold Award winner in 2011 by the Spark Awards.

Technical Overview: 
  • Hours of light: Up to four hours 
  • LED lifetime: 50,000 hours
  • Solar panel: 0.3W integrated solar panel
  • Dual charging: Solar and A/C
  • Charge indicator: Yes
Average Product Lifespan: 
3-5 years (replaceable battery excluded)
Maintenance Required: 

Change the replaceable battery once every 1-2 years.

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