The Byron Elro ES24 Fluorescent Floodlight With Motion Sensor helps to illuminate any outdoor area in an energy efficient manner. It achieves this due to its CFL bulb and its use of a motion sensor.
Archive for February, 2010
This Solar Powered Bicycle Odometer features 11 different function settings allowing you to keep track of everything from current speed to fastest speed, the distance of the trip to the calories burnt on the trip. Powered by a small solar panel the odometer will last throughout any length of trip.
The Eolic is a wind powered generator that has been designed to be easily transported to and used in areas that do not have a steady supply of electrcity. It achieves this by being constructed to be folded up into a small and relativly lightweight bundle.
The Lucet is the name given to this solar powered indoor light design. The light comprises three LED lights surrounding one battery charging area that has a solar panel on the back. The device can then be placed onto windows to charge from the sunlight during the day and illuminate the room at night. The concept is similar to the Spider Solar-Powered Light by Powerplus.
This lightweight jacket is made from recycled materials. Featuring ‘Tux’ the linux penguin used as the logo for Linux it is bound to appeal to all open source eco enthusiasts.
The Lightcap 300 combines a water bottle with a solar powered LED light. This portable device allows you to store liquids within it, or seal away documents and other such items in a watertight container, while still being able to be used as a powerful light.
The Pico by Freeloader is a portable solar powered charger designed to charge mobile phones, iPods, GPS systems, and most other portable electronic devices. The Pico has advanced solar panel and battery technology to help provide a quick charging time for the devices internal battery and a quick time for it to deliver the power to the portable electronic device connected to it. (more…)
The Solar LED Torch And Worklight has been designed by Proteam for use outdoors or in any outside building such as a shed or garage. The system is designed so the unit is left where needed to provide light, from either a fixed point or as a portable torch, while the solar panel is mounted on a wall or roof to take advantage of the maximum amount of sunlight/daylight.
The Petal Drops gadget is a water-saving concept by Pieter Laga on the social product development website Quirky. Following an initial design proposal by Pieter, other individuals got involved by making suggestions for the product name, the logo design and product development.
The All For One Remote is a universal remote controller, capable of handling up to 4 different AV devices. The remote can then be used to control all 4 devices without needing to find any other remote and can turn off all 4 devices from standby at the press of a button.