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Backpackers Gear Guide
Featuring the EverLiteTM
EL8 Solar Headlamp
BackPacker Gear Guide
March, 2008 Issue
Featuring the EverLite™ Solar Headlamp
Excerpt from page 147, March 2008 Gear Guide
EverLite™ EL8 Solar Headlamp
Tired of tossing alkaline batteries or managing batches of rechargeables?
This compact five-LED headlamp powers straight off a packable 0.73-watt solar
panel (it weighs 3 ounces and comes with adhesive-backed hook-and-loop patches
so you can easily slap the panel onto a pack or tent). Our testers found the
battery charge in six hours of full sun (eight hours in normal overcast) and
poured out a 60-foot proximity glow for at least 12 hours on one charge. The
lamp switches off periodically as power runs low, so you never go totally dark
without warning. Optional adapter cords ($10.00-$17.00) let you tap the grid as
well, or charge cell phones and other devices off the solar panel. Bottom line:
A fuss-free perpetual lighting machine for greenies and thru hikers.
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EL8 Solar LED Headlamp
Charging Uses /
For More Information Contact:
Solar LED FLashlight, Inc.
5469 W. 121st St.
Tel: (310) 592-1813