Solar powered ‘StudyLite’ claims the 2010 Red Dot Design Award

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Winner of the 2010 Red Dot Design Award, the “StudyLite” is a rechargeable desk lamp based on the study by eye research institute Sankara Nethralaya that reduces the stress on the eyes of the children during extended study sessions. Claimed to be the world’s first “Safe for Eyes” certified rechargeable study light for children, the new desk lamp is developed to help out low-income students in developing countries with power shortages. Removing all the ultra-violet, infrared or heat radiations, the StudyLite integrates LED bulbs, ensuring perfect luminosity and illumination, estimated to last for 100,000 hours. Allowing up to 6-hour backup with mains and a solar charging port, the rechargeable desk lamp emits smooth light to eliminate eyestrain.


Via: StudyLite/Core77

One thought on “Solar powered ‘StudyLite’ claims the 2010 Red Dot Design Award”

  1. Dear, I am doing solar powered LED lamp for rural area in developing country. I need you design information about this device.

    I hope, you will give positive reply as soon as possible.

    Thank you

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