Developer and entrepreneur Lee Knaggsi based in Australia has created a new sustainable lighting system which uses solar power to charge itself while still providing the features and functionality you would expect from a standard light. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the MiSun lighting system which has been designed to provide a lighting solution for a sustainable future. MiSun has been launched via Kickstarter this week with the aim of raising £28,000 over the next 30 days to make the jump into manufacture, features of the MiSun Sustainable Lighting System include:
– Truly portable lighting, suitable for indoor or outdoor use, with waterproof protection
– Solar/USB charging function, enables you to charge your mobile phone directly from the MiSun light.
– Range of accessories for many uses and attachment options
– Designed for long life, MiSun is a durable product, built with a product life-cycle in mind
– Made from environmentally sound materials, with heavy-metal free battery
– High power LED output performance with adjustable energy saving
– Compact, low-profile design for storage and transportation
– Change the atmosphere or appearance of any space with fully controllable effects and color options.
The MiSun light has endless possibilities for the user, and whether you’re interested in the basic economical White model, the White + Motion Sensor, the Sound model or the premium programmable Color model, there is a MiSun product that will meet your lighting purposes. The fully programmable Color models are controlled by the MiSun App. Which sets the benchmark for hand-held solar light devices. Set the lights for any effect or mood you want, it’s so versatile and controllable! MiSun lighting systems are designed to be super energy-efficient, balancing solar energy capture, energy storage and light output perfectly.
For a full list of all available Kickstarter pledges visit the official campaign page by following the link below. Pledges start from AU$50 and deliveries expected to take place during March 2018.