A cool, quirky lighting gadget making its debut at CES this year was miniWIZ's Solarbulb. The lamp fully charges with three to four hours of direct sunlight and then provides six hours of LED lighting.
The coolest part is that the weather proof lamp then screws into any left over plastic water or soda bottle you have lying around to create a nice diffuse light for your living room or garden. The light can be amplified by adding water to the bottle.
A sensor switches on the light when it detects darkness, so no need to worry about the light being wasted during the day. The lamps will come in an assortment of colors and are expected to cost around $25 each.
Compared to many eco-gadgets, this one is relatively cheap and is attractive enough to proudly display in your home and, even better, it's truly useful. This could definitely help you save electricity if you turned off your outdoor flood light and used one of these instead.
written by Kyle, January 16, 2009
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