Little Sun Solar Lantern great for camping Giveaway @Eartheasy

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Not everyone is fortunate enough to have electricity, and those of us who do have had instances where our power was out. At my last resident, every time it “thought” about raining, our electricity would go out. Maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but it seemed like it went out frequently and 9 times out of 10 was storm related. The other 1 % was generally due to farmers burning off fields and catching the boxes on fire. We also had a couple of power outage times from semi trucks running into the poles. So, I’ve had my fair share of electricity issues that called for other forms of light. During outage times, it didn’t occur to me that there are many people who don’t have electricity, AT ALL. I’m ashamed to admit that I take electricity for granite because it’s always been available to me.

In the past, I always kept candles on hand for power outages but that was before I was introduced to a nifty little LED solar powered lamp. We all know how long candles don’t last but the batteries last for 2 years in this little lamp. I’ve already started a shopping list of the things I’ll buy in place of candles. It even works easier than candles. I don’t have to hunt through all of my drawers looking for lighters any more. I hang it outside for approximately 5 hours and it provides 10 hours of soft light or 4 hours of bright light. And it’s just so cute. And yellow. This little solar lamp looks like a little sun, hence the name, Little Sun. Want to see it?

Little Sun

Little Sun

The kids will be fighting over who gets to use it first. They are all going to want their own and I’m sure your kids will as well. Everything about the Little Sun is fun.

Little Sun

Place this towards the sun. That’s all. It can’t get easier than that to get up to 10 hours of solar powered light.

Little Sun

Little Sun

The Little Sun was originally invented by a social business focused on getting clean, reliable, affordable light to 1.6 billion people worldwide without access to electricity.” Please consider buying a Little Sun to help support those without electricity. “A portion of every purchase goes towards bringing light to some of the 1.6 billion people in the world living ‘off grid.'”.

PLUS… you can use your solar powered light for anything you would use a flashlight for, for instance, camping… you want to see what kind of critters are lurking around in the dark don’t you? And how about your weekend BBQ coming up? I don’t know anyone that does not like to grill out. You don’t have to stumble around in the dark and risk dropping your edibles. Just put your Little Sun around your neck with the detachable strap that’s included and you have a hands free way of lighting the way. What ever your outdoor activities include, Little Sun is sure to come in handy. One way that I plan to use my Little Sun is to wear it around my neck while taking my evening stroll. I can hear my neighbors now… “Here Comes the Sun”…

I took some photos, shown below, in the dark, to show the difference in soft or bright light. My camera does not cooperate in the dark, but maybe you can get an idea of what I was trying to show.

Little Sun

Little Sun

Little Sun

Short but sweet video I think you should check out.

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  1. robyn donnelly says:

    I would love to win because our power goes out once in while in windy storms and it would be better than a flashlight or a candle.

  2. Jenny Ford says:

    Would make a perfect nightlight for the little ones.

  3. Jan P. says:

    I want to be able to continue knitting, etc. when the power goes out. It would also be a great way to save electricity during regular use, such as a trip to the shed.

  4. Kelley Roach says:

    would love to use for camping

  5. Rebecca Peters says:

    I think it would be great to use camping

  6. T.h.Ransom says:

    This would be perfect for my daughter when she goes camping with the Girl Scouts. I love that it can hang around her neck and I don’t have to worry about her losing it.

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