Solar-Powered LED Flashlight

By WakaWaka

$29.99 More on the way


A solar-powered LED flashlight and lamp on a mission: For every one that you buy, one is provided to refugees or a family in need.

  • Material: 100% recycled PC-ABS, high impact resistant plastic, solar panel, LED light
  • Care: Wipe with damp cloth
  • Sturdy, highly efficient, and sustainable solar power provides up to 40 hours of light with just a single day of charging in the sun
  • Three light settings from 5 to 25 lumens and SOS beacon
  • Flexible positioning, including table top, on a bottle, or hanging from the ceiling
  • Fully charges battery after 5 hours in the sun
  • Every purchase will help spread light and power to the more than 1 billion people living without access to electricity
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 4.56" x 2.51" x 0.55"
  • Weight: 0.29 lb.

9 Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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I keep buying more...they are THAT good!


solar panels but don't want to waste any on interior lights. This design is awesome as we can light up a large cabin by hanging one at each end of the 10' x 8' room. Charges in a couple of hours in the sun and is good to go again for another 6 hours in the evening. So relieved we can charge our cell phones too with the USB port. I bought 3 for my home in case of an emergency. I love that one is donated for each one purchased to a family without electricity! Heavy duty and long lasting!More > < Less


Simple and effective


I keep it in the windowsill and when I need it it works. What more can you ask!


Fantastic LED flashlight!


Love my WakaWaka Light! Great replacement for my battery-powered flashlight. The perfect light during a power outage. I keep mine in my emergency kit. The light charges in the sun and in the wall - would definitely buy again!More > < Less


Really bright!


I like that you can change the brightness levels to conserve the charge. I put these on the tables when we were serving a luncheon to 40 people and the power went out. They loved it and every one wanted to know where to get some. So easy to place it on the window sill and have fully charged each night. Great for camping.More > < Less


Best Flashlite EVER!!


I purchased this flashlight a while ago, and use it all the time -- that is, when someone ELSE isn't using it first!! Our carpenter is a relative, and when he comes over to do work for us, I have to make sure it's charged and readily available!! This, when I tried to show it to him when I first got it, and he was "less than impressed!!" Now, I practically have to do a body search before he leaves, to make sure he doesn't take it with him!!

I use it in place of ANY other flashlight (which usually has weak batteries when I need it!!), especially when I drop something and it rolls under the bed, into that "abyss of total darkness!!" I don't wait until it runs out of energy--I have the perfect window sill to place it on when there's a sunny day. The light is so bright, they could use it in interrogation rooms at the police station!! Would I recommend it to anyone? Absolutely!! Would I loan it to anyone? Absolutely NOT!!!
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About WakaWaka

Spread Light

Camille Van Gestel and Maurits Groen are on a mission to bring light to people who need it. The two cofounders of Off-Grid Solutions created the WakaWaka light, a rechargeable solar lamp that can provide 8-80 hours of light, depending on the brightness settings you choose.

For people who have no access to the electrical grid, the WakaWaka light is a safe, affordable alternative to using kerosene lamps, which pose fire risks and cause health problems. It’s also ideal for people who travel off the grid or choose to live an unplugged lifestyle. At home, it’s a practical solution for camping, emergency preparedness, and everyday outdoor activities.

In strong sunlight, the WakaWaka light takes about 4-5 hours to fully charge. The solar LED lamp has four lighting modes—super bright torch, bright ambient light, bright reading light, and night safety light—plus an SOS beacon mode for emergencies. A cutout in the recycled plastic housing fits over the top of a bottle to create a lamp, and the WakaWaka can put out enough light for everyone around a table to read.

WakaWaka is special because of its state-of-the-art solar technology—and its social mission. For every light purchased, another is subsidized in places where electric power isn’t an option. With safe, low-cost light, more families will be able to read, study, work, and socialize after the sun sets.