BioLite SolarHome 620

BioLite SolarHome 620
BioLite SolarHome 620
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SolarHome 620 by BioLite
Whether your off-the-grid refuge is a summer cabin or a camping trailer, outfit it with the BioLite SolarHome 620 to power your adventures. This system includes four lights--two hanging, one motion activated, and one on the control box. For background music, the control box houses a built-in FM radio as well as an MP3 player, as well as two USB ports to easily charge your phone or other devices. The 20Wh battery gets its power from a 6-watt solar panel that is designed to efficiently get power from the sun instead of using limited resources, so whether you won't have access or just don't want to use them, you'll be covered self-sufficiently.

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