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July 09, 2019

We’re excited to introduce ourStarter Set for nonprofit organizations. With an assortment of 5 of our most popular solar lanterns and phone chargers, the Starter Set is ideal for organizations who want to identify the right lantern for their needs. Use the Starter Set to gather feedback from the field or secure approval from board members or beneficiaries. For a flat fee of $99, the set includes the following:

PackLite Max 2-in-1 Phone Charger

PackLite Max 2-in-1 Phone Chargers 

  • Combines the functionality of an ultra-bright solar lantern with a portable phone charger
  • Recharge via USB or solar
  • Charge phones, tablets, and cameras using USB cable; great for field staff and other relief personnel as well as affected individuals

 

 

PackLite Nova USB 

PackLite Nova USB Solar Lanterns

  • Smaller and lighter than 2-in-1 Phone Chargers
  • Recharge via USB or solar
  • Flexibility and longevity are great for long-term use by families

 

 

1 PackLite Halo Basic Solar Lantern

  • Smallest and lightest of our product offerings
  • Recharge via solar
  • Great for high volume distributions requiring minimal extra functionality

 

 

 We hope to help your organization find the best product to fit your needs by offering a sampling of these products at value pricing. And as always, we’re here to help! Email us at nonprofits@luminaid.com with any questions.

A more detailed guide written by our staff that can also help you decide which product is right for your organization can be found here. 



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