23 Apr '15, 3pm

Help kickstart this little SolarPuff lantern that could save the world

is designed with a sustainable and high-performance fabric made especially for durability, flexibility, adaptability and recyclability. The SolarPuff is able to float, with water resistant capabilities to withstand complete underwater immersion. It will produce light for an equal amount of time that it takes to charge in the sun. Its utility is so immense not only for the developing world and disaster zones, but for anyone traveling, camping, hiking, or needing a flashlight. Clearly, everyone in the world could benefit from owning a SolarPuff. You can get one for yourself and support this fledging companies growth by purchasing one on their Kickstarter right now

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/help-kickstart-this-little-solarpuff...

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