Green House Salt Water Powered LED Lantern (Eco emergency light lamp GH-LED10WBW) White JAPAN

May 25, 2016 - Comment

Batteries unnecessary. LED lantern for power generation with water and salt. Magnesium (-) and to generate electricity to meet the saline between carbons (+). By placing the saline to the electrolyte solution, ionic melts, – a mechanism that generates electricity by being moved in the + from. It allows the use of up to 120

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Batteries unnecessary. LED lantern for power generation with water and salt. Magnesium (-) and to generate electricity to meet the saline between carbons (+). By placing the saline to the electrolyte solution, ionic melts, – a mechanism that generates electricity by being moved in the + from. It allows the use of up to 120 hours (the life of the metal bar). Since the convenient handle and wall-mounted hole to carry is equipped with, outdoor, etc. to the ideal. Also, using the supplied cable, it can also be of USB devices charge. Compared to batteries, friendly clean energy to the environment. As with the emergency, as the go items such as camping, big success in a variety of applications.

Comments

Francis Nader says:

It actually works! I bought this at first because 1. I camp a lot. 2. I am interested in everything “unusual”. 3. I needed to see if this actually works. I’m sceptical of almost everything.I cracked a loud laugh when I filled it with salt and water and IT ACTUALLY LIT UP WELL!Great lamp! Just because of the fact that it surprising… made me think to myself if I can actually power a boat from the salty seawater beneath it :P.I wish it had a couple replacement rods though. I’m still looking to buy a few so I can take it with me to several camps.And I’ll also be definitely using it in the harsh winters and the frequent electricity outages when I live. (It’s a lonely rugged cold mountain and I live alone)Oh… and it could use a manual in English. For now, I’ll stick to the Google Translate mobile app.

KENNETH says:

Works great Pour the salt water in and push button, it lights. A well made product and a lot of fun. Have no idea how long it will last though.

Janet L. Thome says:

Led Lantern powered by salt and water!!!!!!!!!!!!! This lantern uses no electricity, no batteries and no Solar.The power is by mixing salt and water.I got my order promptly and though there were no english instructions, it was easyTo know how to use it by the picture.There is a line on the water bag that is the amount for the salt.We filled it up and immediately had light, so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!We have it our greenhouse, for when our solar does not get enough sun.You have to replace the rod inside every 120 hours I think.I would recommend this to everyone, very happy with my purchase.

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