A portable light source is essential for outdoor adventures and emergencies.
And you don't want to be camping in the middle of a dense forest with a flashlight that could die at any moment.
Solio's CLIP-MINI rechargeable LED light solves this problem.
A solar-powered light with a USB adapter, it uses clean energy from the sun and holds its charge for up to a year.
It also has a convenient clip that allows easy conversion to a bike safety light.
There are no operation costs or toxic batteries to replace, which is good for your wallet and the environment.
To charge, just set it in the sun or plug it into an electrical outlet with the USB adapter.
The CLIP-MINI has five different lighting modes to meet a range of different applications, including full strength, half strength, one-tenth strength, flashing and emergency (SOS).
Fully charged, it provides light for five hours and 30 minutes at full strength, increasing up to 50 hours at one-tenth strength.
The CLIP-MINI weighs 3.6 ounces and has a rugged plastic shell to resist everyday wear and tear.
LED lights are white and red and come with a built-in diffuser to soften the beams.
Price is $35. To purchase online or find other retailers, go to www.solio.com.