Product Code: SOLMERPUFF

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  • Easy to use lantern features settings for steady color / alternating color effect
  • Uses renewable, clean solar energy, weighs only 2.6 ounces, can be packed flat to 0.25 inches thin
  • Light a room of up to 100 sq. Ft. by pressing power button 1x for low, 2x for high and 3x to flash
  • Pv solar panel can recharge 80% discharged batteries in 4.1 hours of direct sunlight
  • Made from water resistant, recyclable pet
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    Solight Design's SolarPuff is a solar-powered self-inflating lantern that is durable, flexible, waterproof and can float. Made from a hybrid PET sailcloth, it is the lightest solar lantern on the market and emits a delightful dispersion of light. Available in both white and color-changing options.

     


    Easy to Use

    The folding design of the origami balloon inspired the design for the SolarPuff. Just pull up and it pops open to a cube.

    Merlin SolarPuff - the Color-Changing Option

    The Merlin series optimizes the magic of six colors in one unit. Red, green, blue, yellow, white and pink LEDs create a spectacular array of beautiful hues. Simply press the button to change color - display one steady color or set it to automatically change the colors for you.


    Sustainable

    Renewable solar energy means zero carbon footprint and long-term clean energy to mitigate environmental degradation. Charging in the sun for 8 hours will give enough light for 8-12 hours.

    Light, Portable, Waterproof

    Weighs only 2.6 ounces, packs flat to 0.25-inches thin, and can float in water and be submerged to 6 feet below water surface.

    Social, Efficient, Economical

    Enables community gatherings in rural areas and provides safety after disaster; low cost makes light affordable for everyone.


    Beautifully Architected, Sustainable Home Lighting Products

    Our company mission is to provide lights to those who need them most. There are over 1.6 billion people who have no access to electricity and clean sustainable lighting, something most of us take for granted.

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