Clean lighting company Nokero is so proud of its newest solar device they have called it the “world’s most efficient light.” The N233 model just might fit the bill, seeing as it is incredibly affordable, lightweight, and can keep a charge up to 15 hours at a time. Outdoorsmen will rejoice at the light’s durability, making it a necessity for hikers and campers and all their late-night lighting needs.
Nokero (referring to “no kerosene”) has been around since 2010 and has produced a number of lighting alternatives that are cleaner than traditional lights and use renewable resources. They lay claim to the “most efficient” title by proving how their newest light rates high above the rest of the current solar lights on the market in lumen-hours per watt. Currently, 300 lumen-hours per watt is the leading level of efficiency, yet the Nokero N233 light achieves 700 – over double what was available to consumers prior to its release.
The N233 is small, but mighty. With a capability of up to 2,000 charges, the 500 mAH lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery can retain a charge for 18 months. With a variety of settings, the light’s use can span from 6 hours on the high setting and 15 on the low setting. What makes this model even more unique is its ability to adapt to its surroundings. Users can prop the light on a stand, clip it on a backpack, or hold it as a flashlight. The price is right for the unit, as well, coming in at $17.99 per light – making it the perfect addition to any camping adventure, low-lighting reading nook, or emergency kit.
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