Luminaid is a company built on a simple idea: to provide cheap, durable and bright outdoor lighting.
This concept led to the company's inflatable lantern series, which is popular in remote campsites, developing countries and disaster areas.
Recently, people affected by recent hurricanes include Harvey, Emma and Maria.
Luminaid is donating a solar lamp to people in need in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean to meet Kickstarter's commitment to its latest activities in order to continue its good Samaritan habits.
The concept behind these lights is that the company's founders, Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stoke, have come up with a plan to provide a light source for earthquake victims.
This simple and ingenious idea has become a successful business model, and light bulbs are now in use in 70 countries.
These lights even won two A points on ABC's shark tank.
Now luminaid is ready to launch its next product and turn again to KickStarter for help.
Intelligent Solar Garden combines green technology with intelligent design to provide power for sustainable life outside the grid.
Enabled solar lights can be controlled by your smartphone and programmed to turn on and off at a specific time.
Their brightness and color can be controlled remotely. Of course, they can also be charged with the energy of the sun.
With these waterproof smart solar garden lights, you should be able to bring some light to any environment, even if there is no exit in sight.
Modular design, these lights are customizable, can provide a glow for your swimming pool. (
Yes, they will float.
Or attend your party.
Each of these new lights can be booked from Kickstarter for $49, with an expected delivery date of June 2018.
Given Luminaid's previous success on Kickstarter, it's no wonder that the company relies on crowdsourcing to bring its latest products to market.
Earlier, the company released a Packlite Max cell phone charger, an inflatable lantern that emits up to 150 lumens of light. That lantern —
It can also be charged via USB. -
Fold into one-
When not in use, the thickness is inch and the weight is 8. 5 ounces.
It is also waterproof and can be completely immersed in water.
Unlike the previous generation of lamps, Packlite Max also has a 2,000 mA lithium-ion battery. -
Ion batteries can not only provide up to 150 hours of power for light, but also charge smartphones, tablets or other devices.
This is because the lanterns are also equipped with standard 5V, 2. 4 ampere USB port-
The first of any luminescent products.
The combination of these features makes packlite Max a potential game-
Changing products is not only for outdoor enthusiasts, but also for people living in developing regions of the world. It is part of the company's mission to provide economic light for poor regions of the world.
Update: luminaid launched the Smart Solar Garden.