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Light Up the Dark

Solarbulb b There’s nothing scarier to a small child than a darkened classroom lit only by a projector. Miniwiz’s SolarBulb solar powered light can help by providing just enough light to keep the boogey man (and woman) away. The sphere twists onto an empty soda bottle and the 0.18 watt solar panel on top soaks up the sun, storing its power in a rechargeable AA battery. As soon as it gets dark, or the lights go out, SolarBulb’s blue LED automatically comes on, lighting the way; 3 hours of charging can light it up for 6 hours. Available in while, orange, red, green and blue, the Solarbulb sells for $25.
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