Released this October, the Nokero 233 is the world’s most efficient solar light. Waterproof and built to take a beating, the 233 is the perfect companion for camping or emergency lighting and can run up to15 hours from a single day’s charge, cranking out 25 lumens. Even better, for every light sold, Nokero will give an equal light to a family in need.
Reasons We Love The Nokero 233:
It's Super Practical: We’ve used these lights for many events from state fairs to music festivals and they are always ready for the job. Just leave it in your car and it will always be charged.
Super Bright (25 Lumens):The 233 is powerful enough to light a room or illuminate a rough trail.
Battery Never Runs Out: Holding 15 hours worth of light on a day's charge, you'll always have light when you need it.
Waterproof:Yeah... that's right!
(Nearly) Indestructible:After years of wear and tear in developing countries, Nokero knows how to make a product that lasts.
The Technology Is Really, Really Cool:Its the most efficient light in the world. We think that's pretty darn cool.
And It's Changing The World:With more than 1.4 million lights sold, these lights are changing life for people around the world who rely kerosene as their main lighting source.
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Matt Gillespie is an industrial designer, permaculture educator, and co-founder of GoSun. He has lectured periodically on permaculture, crowdfunding, and renewable energy technology at the University of Cincinnati's DAAP and Mother Earth News Fairs across the country. An avid gardener, cyclist and outdoor explorer, Matt brings his passion for connecting and serving others to the GoSun Team.
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