MPOWERD Luci – The Original Inflatable Solar Light, Clear Finish (New Features)
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The first Luci light. Luci Original is a no frills, gets-the-job-done kind of light. Bright, compact, and portable, use The Original in any situation from camping and traveling to working around the house. Completely powered by solar energy, The Luci Original is a clean, reliable source of light to use just about anywhere.
- This extremely durable lantern is completely powered by the sun, no additional batteries needed. Set it in direct sunlight for 7 hours and Luci Original lasts up to 24 hours on a single charge
- With 10 cool white LEDs and up to 75 lumens, Luci Original is a clean, reliable source of light for just about anywhere you need it
- 4 modes to light any scene: low, medium, high, 1 second flashing
- Perfect for your patio, barbecues, camping, emergency preparedness, garden and can be a unique gift for any occasion
- Weighs less than most mobile phones at 4.4 oz. / 125 g
- Luci Original is ideal for any emergency situation, especially when the unexpected happens. Rechargeable, durable, and waterproof (rated IP67), Luci Original can be used as a tool for both first responders and those who have been directly impacted.
- Toggle through each of the four settings by pushing the power button on bottom of lantern
- MPOWERD offers a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty on all MPOWERD products sold by authorized sellers
Meet Luci Original: The Light that Goes Anywhere and Does Anything
The first ever Luci light, Luci Original is a no frills, gets-the-job-done kind of light. Bright, compact, and portable, use Luci Original in any situation: from camping and traveling to working around the house. A convenient battery level indicator lets you know just how much power is left so you know when it’s time to charge it in the sun again.
- Lasts up to 24 hours on a 7 hour charge with a battery level indicator
- 10 cool white LEDs, up to 75 lumens
- 4 light modes: low, medium, high, 1 second flashing
- Weight: 4.4 oz / 125 g
Luci Original weighs only 4.4 ounces and collapses flat, so you can easily pack it and take it anywhere your heart desires. Extremely durable and super bright, Luci Original will light up your tent no matter how far off the grid you go.
Dive Right In
Luci Original is waterproof and completely submersible, so it’s perfect for any water adventure! Whether you’re surfing, paddle boarding, fishing, boating or kayaking you can splash and swim without worrying about your Luci light.
Bright as the Sun
Luci Original is a completely renewable source of clean energy with 10 LEDs in four settings: low, medium, high and 1 second flashing. Just place Luci Original in direct sunlight for 7 hours and it’ll last up to 24 hours on a single charge. A convenient battery level indicator located near the light’s solar panel lets you know just how much power is left so you know when it’s time to charge it in the sun again.
Luci Original is the perfect addition to any emergency kit. Completely solar powered and incredibly bright, never rely on batteries again. Whether you’re planning for a storm, or putting together a bug-out bag, trust Luci Original.
Interested In Knowing More About Green Energy? Look Here!
It’s simple to reduce the amount of energy your home is using, or make it more green. If you make some small changes, and even a big one or two, you can lower your environmental impact and save a lot of money. Read this article for some ideas on how to do this.
Do you currently own a farm? If you own your farm property, you could allow an energy company to rent a small plot of your land, so they can install an energy-generating wind turbine. Not only does it take up very little space, both you and the neighbors will greatly benefit from this free energy.
It is important to clean your furnace filter on a regular basis to be sure you are using as little energy as possible heating your home. Also, put filters on vents that dispense warm air. This stops debris from blocking heating ducts.
Wash your clothes in cold water whenever possible. When you heat up water, you consume much more energy as opposed to using colder water. Provided you are using the right laundry detergent, you will not see a cleanliness difference by washing in cold water. Also, make sure your load is a full one so you do not waste energy washing several small loads.
If you aren’t using something, turn it off. When you exit a room, be sure that everything has been fully turned off. Use a power strip for your home electronics, and turn it off when you aren’t using the equipment. If something is left in standby mode, it is still wasting power.
Solar energy can provide cheap hot water. Buy a hot-water system that is solar-powered. You may pick between a direct or indirect circulation system. The indirect option is probably your best bet since you will not have to think about frozen pipers during the winter.
Plan out and calculate your energy consumption rates for your home solar system for the winter months so that you know what you can consumer on a daily basis. Using this metric means you will meet your energy needs in the winter, while greatly exceeding them in the summer. If you’re using a net-usage plan, in the summer you’ll get cash back from your utility provider.
Replace an energy-hogging water heating tank with a greener, tankless variety. Although they still use gas or electricity, they only heat on demand rather than maintaining an entire tank of hot water at all times. You can get a tankless water heater to heat your entire home’s water supply or you can get a smaller one that heats only water that comes out of a particular faucet.
One option available to you for heating your home is biofuels. Biofuels are made out of a variety of things, including: oil, wood, and animal/vegetable fats. In most cases, if you have a propane furnace, you can hire someone to switch it out to be able to use biofuel. You would be able to use anywhere from 20 to 99 percent biodiesel. However, it is important that you seek professional advice before any attempt is made to utilize this fuel.
Use your microwave oven whenever you can instead of the stove and oven. Any time you cook something on the stove or in the oven it tends to use up a ton of energy. By using the microwave, you are cutting down the amount of energy you use a great deal.
Try a water-saving commode in your bathroom. Experts estimate that almost half of a home’s use of water is flushed. Five gallons is the typical amount used by older models, while low-flow toilets consume about 1.6 gallons per flush.
A great green energy device is the on-demand water heater. Water heaters normally run all the time, even if hot water isn’t needed. A on-demand water heater will only heat your water when you need it, which saves a ton of money and energy.
Save money on your electric bills by being stingy about light usage. During the bright months, try not to use lights until it becomes necessary. You can use dimmers to adjust light usage to a lower amount, and timers or sensors can be used to be sure that lights aren’t left on after someone has left a room.
There are lots of ways to save electricity while you are doing your laundry. Use the setting on your dryer that will turn it off when clothes are dry. Use the high-spin speed to reduce moisture in clothes and thereby shorten drying time. Always clean your dryer filters, and check your dryer vent for any blockages.
Find some way to incorporate what you’ve just learned into your life. Your energy bills will go down and the good you are doing for your environment will increase. Your home can be very green if you make a few changes at a time.