Mpowerd announces the Luci EMRG solar light

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It goes without saying that each edition of the Consumer Electronics Show over in Las Vegas would bring along with it its fair share of interesting hardware – ranging from which will obviously include products from some of the lesser known brands, but the ideas behind those products are no less “lightweight” in nature. MPOWERD has just announced that their most affordable and versatile inflatable Luci EMRG solar light to date can be purchased online, and having seen preliminary orders and demand, this particular light should hit the store shelves of retailers throughout the USA and internationally some time in the second half of 2015

Just in case you are still wondering and scratching your head concerning what the Luci EMRG is all about, this unique device happens to be a lightweight (tipping the scales at all of just 2.5 oz.), all-in-one lantern, flashlight and emergency light. The revolutionary multi-purpose product is capable of delivering up to seven hours of light when it carries around a full charge, and will be able to retains 95% of its charge each month even when you do not turn it on at all. In other words, it is ready to spring into action all the time, making it ideal for use in the event of a power outage or emergency.

Other features found in the Luci EMRG include a safety flasher and a high visibility red and white S.O.S. flasher, and those will be accompanied by an ultra-bright flashlight setting and lantern mode for diffused room lighting. It is extremely compact, no doubt about it, and would relish the presence of rain thanks to its waterproof capability. All of those qualities would make the durable Luci EMRG especially useful for blackouts, car breakdowns and extreme weather conditions such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and tornados. Definitely one of the cooler solar-powered hardware that we have seen to date.

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