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MPOWERD – Luci Outdoor Inflatable Solar Light

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MPOWERD has updated their Luci Outdoor Inflatable Solar Light with two new features; a larger-sized solar panel, and the inclusion of a power indicator. The Luci has three output settings: bright, super bright, and 1 second flashing, from 10 LEDs with a max output of 50 lumens.

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It charges fully in 7 hours of direct sunlight, with an operating time of roughly 12 hours on the bright setting. The Luci retains 95% of its charge per month, when in storage, and is IP67 waterproof rated, with an operating temperature of 15-122°F (-10-50°C). All of these features makes the Luci a great light either for emergency purposes, or in outdoor settings like when camping.

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4 Responses to “MPOWERD – Luci Outdoor Inflatable Solar Light”

  1. Joe says:

    I can confirm that this is civil affair’s new hotness. Both for field use and make nice with the locals.

  2. Agent_Orange says:

    I’ve bought a several of these now because they were relatively inexpensive and made decent emergency lighting for when the power goes out (which it does often in my locale). Biggest issue is they simply do not last. I’m not sure whether the panel goes bad, the on board battery, or the switch. Either way, after a handful of uses / charges, they simply will not switch on again. Good idea, but they seem to be fragile.

    • MPOWERD says:

      Hi Agent Orange, Thank you for sharing your concerns. We are very sorry you are experiencing issues with the units your purchased. If you reach out to our customer service at [email protected] we would love to see how we can resolve them.

  3. Utini says:

    I picked up one of these back in the spring on a lark; frankly, I expected it to suck. Brother, was I surprised! These things are great at the camp site, they put out *just* enough light to make a nice little glow around my bivi and stove, basically my “sit here and chill before bed” space, just bright enough to work by. Since I’m not concerned with running down a battery, I’ve left them on when I left camp at night, a nice friendly little beacon to find my way back to. Fun Fact: they are light enough to hang from a twig, giving you that nice over-head light right where you want it. I love these things, I’ve picked up a few more over the past year.

    I swear I’m not a shill for MPOWERED… but ya know, if they want to toss me a few units to promo for ’em… 🙂