Solar Powered Water Bottle
Made by SolLight, the solar powered LightCap 300 is a cool marriage of two tools I wouldn’t go without when camping; a water bottle and a rechargeable light. It seems like flashlight batteries always die at the worst possible time, and while a solar powered system isn’t something you will rely on during a midnight hike, the four LEDs in the cap of the water bottle will last long enough for you to relieve yourself in the dead of night without tripping over the dying campfire or walking into a thorn bush.
As you can probably tell, the cap of the LightCap has a solar cell mounted on top, built in rechargeable NiMH battery system, and four very bright LEDs on the underside. The cap and bottle are built from tough plastic and made to handle anything that nature can throw at it. That doesn’t mean you should drop a boulder on it, but it does mean it isn’t going to destroyed if stepped on or dropped in a river. Plus, at around 30 dollars and weighing in at only 4.9oz, this water bottle is a great tool for any camper.
I recommend you visit the company’s website and read their description of the product. You will really get the sense that SolLight listens to their customers and responds with new and innovative products. I like finding companies that create products that are proud and passionate about.