Origami lantern provides off-grid solar power

Solarpuff is an eco-friendly solar lantern made for disaster situations and developing countries.

Solight’s Solarpuff lantern is a sustainable source of solar-powered lighting. The pop-up solar light would be useful almost anywhere but it is particularly helpful for people that have limited access to electricity or in emergency situations. Its flat-packed design means that it is portable, compact and lightweight, weighing in at only 2.6 ounces.

Originally designed for Haitians after the 2010 earthquake, the lantern is promoted as an economical off-grid lighting solution for developing countries, disaster situations, or refugee camps. But it is also handy for travelling or outdoor activities.
The LED lantern is made out of PET as opposed to a synthetic plastic like PVC. The material is recyclable and not toxic or harmful to the environment. From its compact form, the lantern can pop up into its full form due to its origami-like construction. A sustainable and lightweight design makes Solarpuff an affordable light source, suitable for any situation.