The WakaWaka lamp and charger is a very useful thing to have on your boat. It can help you charge your phone or music boombox, or find stuff in the dark. It is handy to have around as a back up light for night navigations too.
WakaWaka is a personal portable solar power station. It has an excellent reading light and allows you to charge any device with an USB cable. Leave it in the sun and you’ll have a full battery after 12 to 24 hrs.
When it’s full charged, the WakaWaka can give your phone its full juice back and even provide light for a couple of hours.
The light is super bright, although you can soften it, at many different levels by pressing the only button on the device. You can’t go wrong with that one.
The most noteworthy thing?
The Waka-Waka venture is behind a good cause too. Part of the company’s ‘mission’ is to stop people in third world countries from using dangerous kerosene lighting. WakaWaka is an impact driven, social venture that fights to abolish energy poverty throughout the world.
Buy a WakaWaka and you get to send one to someone living through a humanitarian crisis.
Survivors of catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal, Haiti and the Philippines; families displaced by war and strife; and many many others are able to tap into the power of the sun for light and power through the exact same WakaWaka design and quality.