Lately, we've been talking about high-end flashlights using 18650 batteries. And over the last year,…
The new and improved N200 features a design that allows for a single large solar panel and a switch that allows you to choose from low output to high.
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The Nokero N200 is the most economical solar light on the market.
In most countries, the Nokero N200 pays for itself in 15 days to 2 months by eliminating the need for expensive candles or kerosene.
The Nokero N200 also makes an ideal camping light, or a portable RV light, emergency light, or marine light.
It brings 6 hours of light per night on “low” and 2.5 hours of light per night on “high”,* but it can be charged for multiple days in a row to extend its lighting time.
The battery will last for 2-3 years, and can be replaced to keep the bulb lasting for years.
- Ni-MH battery lasts 2-3 years, and is replaceable
- Hangs outdoors for charging
- Simple to use
- One state-of-the-art, high quality solar panel
- Four wide-angle, light emitting diodes
- AA-sized recyclable battery
- Automatically switches off in bright light to save charge
- On/Off switch
- Customizable by brand or color
Nokero was nice enough to send a couple demo units to play with. So far, it’s a thumbs up, but official review will be out in another month or so when I have time to really see how it does – i.e. needs more abusing.
ERRATA: There was an error in the original specs listed. The Ni-MH battery will last 1.5 years before needing to be replaced, not 2-3 years.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]