NowLight – putting instant light and power in the hands of Brits. #NowLight #Solar #OffGrid

Today marks the official launch of NowLight, a London designed product which creates instant light and power just from pulling a cord. It can be purchased online here and retails at £99.

Revolutionary and award-winning tech charges phone and tablets, and illuminates gardens and campsites just from pulling a cord

Through pulling on NowLight’s cord for just one minute, you can create up to two hours of light to illuminate rooms and outdoor spaces, or enough power for 15-minutes of talk-time on a mobile phone. A fully charged NowLight will provide up to 50 hours of light. The kit includes a whole host of extras including a SatLight to spread light even further, a solar panel to create easy energy when its sunny and a charging cable to power your NowLight from the mains.

As we enter the summer months, NowLight is great for the garden, from finding tools in the shed and to brightening up a family BBQ. It is also perfect for outdoors adventures like camping and hiking. In a power cut or other emergency, NowLight is always ready, just pull the cord for light and power.

NowLight has also been designed to support households who live without electricity or who have been displaced by natural disasters or conflict, providing a reliable source of lighting and power for mobile devices. In fact, through partnerships with humanitarian organisations, you have the option to donate a NowLight when you buy one for yourself.

Purchase your NowLight here today we will have our review soon.

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