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LuminAID Lab LuminAID Solar Light

The LuminAID is an inflatable solar light designed to fulfill the basic need for light in post-natural disaster situations, as well as for those without access to electricity or safe lighting.

LuminAID Lab LuminAID Solar Light

Primary Function: To provide an inflatable light source in relief situations, without the additional requirement of electrical power.

Targeted Beneficiaries: Communities/individuals with limited access to electricity, especially those recovering from natural disasters.

Need Addressed: Lack of light in post-natural disaster situations. Lack of safe and sustainable lighting resources in locations that are off the electricity grid.

Uniqueness: The LuminAID incorporates solar-inflatable technology. It packs flat and inflates to diffuse the light like a lantern and reduce the glare of the extra bright LEDs.. The LuminAID light is waterproof and floats.

Dimensions: 12.5 inches L x 8.5 inches W (when deflated); 5 inches L x 3 inches W x 0.5 inches deep when folded

User Requirements: Sunlight for charging light

Resources: http://www.luminaid.com/about/

Approximate Cost: $19.95 to purchase, $10.00 to donate, $26.95 for Give Light, Get Light package

LuminAID Lab LuminAID Solar Light

Geographic Coverage: Currently delivers to US, Japan, Korea, Canada, UK/Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and Singapore, but international commercial distribution is continuously expanding. Aid distribution through Give Light, Get Light program (learn more at http://www.luminaid.com/give-light/.)

Distributor: LuminAID Lab

Primary Contacts: sales@luminaid.com, info@luminaid.com

Languages Spoken: English

Phone Number: unavailable

Physical Address: unavailable

Website: http://www.luminaidlab.com/

Other Information and Links: http://youtu.be/A6we11VhyZI; https://www.facebook.com/LuminAID

LuminAID Lab LuminAID Solar Light

The LuminAID is an inflatable solar light designed to fulfill the basic need for light in post-natural disaster situations, as well as for those without access to electricity or safe lighting.

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