People in Eastrand, Johannesburg, face a lot of electricity problem, which forces them to switch to harmful sources like paraffin lamps and burning wood that also causes pollution. They also tend to connect the house with an illegal electricity connection which definitely is not safe. Reviewing all these problems, Murray Sharp designed the Hawk Solar Light that is safe, durable, light in weight and inexpensive.
The simple and useful design will offer a wider range of light as it includes three LED strips that have been positioned at an interval of 60 degrees. It is accompanied by a solar panel that harnesses energy from the sun and helps illuminate the space when dusk sets in. The design has a very compact casing that not only uses less material, but also doesn’t consume a lot of space. The cost has been further slashed by fashioning out the lighting unit from just three molds. Hawk Light will brighten up the area for a longer time as the LEDs used in the design consume less power.
It will be accompanied by a secondary power source in the form of a wall plug, in case the need arises. It has an additional outlet that will allow the user to charge cellphones and other electronic devices, in case of a power cut or failure, as well . The aesthetically appealing Hawk Solar Light is quite a thoughtful design that will prove to be a blessing for people residing in areas where there is no electricity.