Archive for June, 2009

The Sun Jar

Monday, June 29th, 2009


With an efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery and low-energy LED light, this gorgeous jar absorbs sunlight through the day and provides night-time illumination. It needs to charge in direct sunlight, due to the jar’s frosting.

The Sun Jar costs $45.99 from GreenGadgets.

8-Hour Solar Flashlight

Saturday, June 27th, 2009


Just four hours of sunlight will charge this three-LED flashlight with eight hours of power. It’s shock- and water-resistant and even has a blink button for quick on-and-off switching to preserve night vision.

The flashlight costs $19.00 from Gaiam.

Toilet-Lid Sink

Thursday, June 25th, 2009


An ingenious idea, this loo-top sink saves water wastage by redirecting some of the liquid through a chrome gooseneck spigot. It’ll fit on most standard toilets and even has a soap-dish. Here is a link to a TreeHugger article on Toilet-Lid sinks that may be of interest as well.

The sink is available for $119.00 from Real Goods.

Non-Electric Water Distiller

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009


Pure distilled water is great, but most devices need electricity to produce it. This Non-Electric Water Distiller will work with almost any heat source and comes with a three-year warranty.

Available for $369.00 from Amazon.

Water Bottle With Solar-Powered Light

Monday, June 22nd, 2009


Perfect for twilight runs, this 10.5 oz. bottle is not only light, but it makes light! This Solar Powered Lantern & Water Bottle has solar panels in the unbreakable cap that provide power for 4 super-bright LED lights.

The bottle costs $29.95 from Amazon


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