Unassuming one liter water bottle by day, a mini-lamp for the inside of your tent at night, thanks to the four LED bulbs on its cap.
Such is the dual purpose and singular inventiveness of SolLight’s Lightcap 300. Ideal for camping trips or out-of-town jaunts anywhere, Lightcap can be charged via a built-in solar charger on its cover while not in use and when you need it come the darkness, ta-da!
The bottle itself is just your regular, uh, bottle. Seen common enough tucked inside a back pack, underneath a bicycle or bulging from a good-sized pants pocket. Still, it has got a wide mouth, the easier for it to be refilled and poured.
The cap is just as plain, but carries the infinitely simple hardware that’s sure to endear this humble bottle to the owner.
Imagine this: With a Lightcap around, no more fumbling for matches or the hassle of candles. For just $30 dollars the Lightcap 300 lets you eschew gas lamps, matches, clunky flashlights and extra batteries.
Even better, if you’ve already got a 2-inch bottle lying around, just plop down $25 for the cap. Whether you use it for surviving a post-apoclayptic future or something to wow your friends, we hereby dub this essential.
Via Inventor Spot