Diamond Sun Lamp

eur 30,00

Only 1 left in stock

The beauty of solar, pocket-sized…
As robust as it is beautiful, Little Sun Diamond is3.2V LiFePO4 rechargeable battery with 300mAh pocket-sized, featherlight, and radiates a sparkling glow.

Designed by artist Olafur Eliasson and featuring a faceted lens inspired by patterns in nature, it is the best friend for urban explorers and nature lovers alike. The incorporated stand makes it a great reading lamp. Exchange the stand for the lanyard and take it with you wherever you go. Five hours of charging in the sun gives you five hours of bright light, fading to long-lasting soft light.

The power of your purchase
When you buy Little Sun products, you make solar energy available to communities without electricity at a locally affordable price. Every purchase allows us to train sales agents, develop local economies and bring solar energy to those who need it most. Learn more about our impact here.

Additional information

Dimensions:

7.9 x 7.9 x 2.7 cm.

Materials:

3.2V LiFePO4 rechargeable battery with 300mAh;
Manufactured in Recyclable ABS & PC, highly weather resistant and UV resistant;
SunPower solar cells, 4.4V (5 hours in the sun gives you 5 hours bright light).

Features

Designed by Olafur Eliasson;
Comes with stand, lanyard, and a story booklet featuring a sketch by Olafur Eliasson in a beautifully-designed box;
Easy, one button functionality;
Designed to fit in your pocket.

Description

It is hard to believe that 600 million people in Africa don’t have access to energy, especially if you’re someone who lives in a world where electricity is available at the flick of a switch. Energy is not just a convenient resource; energy powers lives and creates opportunities. It allows communities to thrive and economies to grow. It powers imagination and allows people to realize their dreams. And with clean energy, the earth thrives as well.

By working with communities, businesses, civil society, and governments, Little Sun delivers affordable clean energy solutions to those who need it most. Solar energy enables children to study at night. Farmers can irrigate their fields and process crops to increase yields. In remote areas, doctors can treat patients and deliver life-saving vaccines. Mothers can give birth safely at night. Entrepreneurs can start and grow businesses.