d.light S300
Solar lantern

Energy and Environment

The d.light S300 provides bright white light at a wide angle, illuminating an entire room. It features four brightness settings, providing up to 16 hours of bright light (100 hours on the bed light setting). The d.light S300 also charges mobile phones, and comes with a USB port allowing smart phones to be charged. A battery indicator shows the charge level. Lightweight (300g), it comes with an ergonomically designed handle and top strap, which offers maximum flexibility for use in the home, workplace, or outdoors.

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Detailed Description: 

The d.light S300 provides bright white light at a wide angle, illuminating an entire room. It features four brightness settings, providing up to 16 hours of bright light (100 hours on the bed light setting). The d.light S300 also charges mobile phones, and comes with a USB port allowing smart phones to be charged. A battery indicator shows the charge level. Lightweight (350g), it comes with an ergonomically designed handle and top strap, which offers maximum flexibility for use in the home, workplace, or outdoors.

The portable solar panel includes a lengthy outdoor cable (4 meters) for convenient charging. The S300 can also be charged from a USB source using the USB cable or a standard Nokia AC charger. The product comes with a USB cable that includes adapters for many popular mobile phones on the market.

Key features:

  • 4 Brightness Settings
  • 4 Hours on High
  • 8 Hours on Medium
  • 16 Hours on Low
  • 100 Hours on Bed-Light
  • Charges Mobile Phones
  • Free 2-Year Replacement Warranty
  • > 5 Year Lifetime
  • No Battery Replacements Needed
  • Solar Panel: Includes 4 Meter Cable
  • Dual Solar / AC Charging
  • Full Charge from Solar/AC – 8 Hours
  • Battery Charge Level Indicator
  • Glow In the Dark On/Off Button
  • Weather, Dust and Impact Resistant

d.light S300
Price: 
$30
Price Comments: 
Volume discounts available
Ships From: 
Shenzen, China
Shipping Restrictions: 
Minimum Order Quantity applicable
Delivery Lead Time: 
4 to 6 weeks of non-forecasted sales
Warranty & Return Policy: 

2 years of replacement warranty for manufacturing defects

Additional Information: 

d.light was the winner of the Zayed Future Energy Prize 2013, the world’s largest annual award in the renewable and sustainable energy sector. d.light was selected in the small and medium size enterprise category.

Technical Overview: 

Key features:

  • Total light output (lumens): 100 (high setting) and 29 (low setting)
  • Charges Mobile Phones
  • Free 2-Year Replacement Warranty
  • > 5 Year Lifetime
  • No Battery Replacements Needed
  • Solar Panel: Includes 4 Meter Cable
  • Dual Solar / AC Charging
  • Full Charge from Solar/AC – 8 Hours
  • Battery Charge Level Indicator
  • Glow In the Dark On/Off Button
  • Weather, Dust and Impact Resistant
Average Product Lifespan: 
Five years
Available Support: 
Technical support activities will be discussed on a case-by-case basis with local organisations / distributors.
Maintenance Required: 

 

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