Travel-friendly lanterns that charge-up by day and keep going all night. Who needs batteries?
Able to cast light in eight different colours, this inflatable solar lantern gives 12 hours of light after a full day’s charge. Great around the campfire, campsite or out on the decking at your Airbnb. Read TravGear’s full review here.
LuminAID’s solar inflatable lanterns have been distributed around the world to people living off-grid having been created by some architecture students after the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. However, they’re just as good for general travel as they are for disaster zones. It takes two hours to recharge and then works for 50 hours. Reviewed here.
Here’s an altogether more serious attempt aimed at more than just overnight campers. Using a separate solar panel to charge-up, and also able to recharge a smartphone or tablet, this lantern keeps going for 500 hours when fully charged.