Mossbo is probably a very cute way to teach your child the meaning of conservation and to pass on the message of being eco friendly. It is a small solar powered lamp that will provide light at night to your young ones, keeping them safe and sound. The cute design of the solar powered lamp, by Vivian Lo is very energy efficient and will bring forth the utility of the design manifold.
The user of the lamp has to charge the photovoltaic batteries in the lamp’s outer coating by placing it in the sunlight for a few hours. The batteries have been powered as such, letting them store the necessary amount of energy, which can be utilized at night.
The term Mossbo has been derived from the story of a creature from an extinct forest, when its home was snatched away from it. Your kids would not only love every inch of this lovely, home comfortable creation, but also relish every bit of responsibility they would be endowed with. The bright sparkling lights on the surface of the lamp indicate full power, while the crossed out lights indicate the need to recharge. You can dim the light of the lamp by a small touch and switch it off when not in use by a hard pressed touch.
The idea behind the solar powered contraption is very simple. It involves the use of parents and their children, letting them teach their kids the value of energy conservation. Mossbo has been carved out of biodegradable and renewable materials, making it a very eco friendly device. The design of the lamp is extremely eco friendly and way too useful for lighting up dark enclosures at night.