The Waka Waka is the most efficient solar lamp in the world. The whole planet. That's pretty special.
Equipped with a ludicrously capable solar cell, just leave the Waka Waka out in the sunlight to soak up a few rays and when night falls it will provide you with a retina-popping 40 hours of light. It's the perfect lamp for a long (incredibly long) midnight read and there'll be no more scrabbling around a pitch black tent looking for that damned toothbrush. Use the one large central button to scroll through four increasing brightness levels as well as a useful (but hopefully never used) SOS signal.
Lightweight and portable, with an innovative fold-down stand that allows the free-standing Waka Waka to be attached to the top of a bottle or even hung from a ceiling hook. Not only is the Waka Waka a powerful lamp but you can also use it to fully replenish the battery of your mobile phone (or other USB powered device) and it'll still have the stamina to pump out a few more hours of bright light.
Armed with an automatic energy-saving mode and 4 LED battery indicator, you can be sure that you're never short of juice in the tank. And don't worry if you haven't the patience to wait for the Waka Waka to power up in the sun, you can also charge it in just a few hours via the mains or your computer – though this isn't nearly as fun.
With its friendly-face features and exceptional solar charging capabilities, the Waka Waka is the perfect companion for campers and adventurers alike.
May attract jealousy from less efficient devices
The most efficient solar lamp in the world (22% efficiency Sunpower cell)
40 hours of light from a single day of sunlight
Scroll through four increasing levels of brightness with one button
Made of recyclable and ruggedised ABS
Fully charge mobile devices (in approx. 2 hours) and still have hours of light to spare
Well worth it, works in the UK, even on an overcast day, fully charged it can refill my phone and have enough power left for several hours using the lights. Brilliant for an emergency kit. Eddy S, Lincoln - 21st September 2013