The d.light S2 is the world’s best selling high-quality solar LED lantern. This easy-to-use solar powered light provides over four hours of bright, clean light, an integrated solar panel, rugged design, and an estimated product lifetime of over five years. The S2 enables children across the developing world to study during evening hours, improving their grades and creating a brighter future. Parents love the affordability, reliability and opportunity it provides. The d.light S2 is adding hours of light to millions of lives.
Brilliance on a budget: The affordable d.light S2 provides our customers with a great value. The sturdy design of the d.light S2 is built to withstand daily use, with a product lifetime of over five years. The highly efficient solar panel allows it to charge even on cloudy days.
- Renewable Energy: State-of-the-art solar panels that are compact, lightweight and portable
- Rugged Design: for ensuring weather, impact, dust & insect resistance
- Extremely versatile: Can be carried by hand or hung in many settings
- Completely maintenance free Batteries never need replacing, other components maintenance free, tamper-proof screws
- 2 Year Warranty
A portable companion: The d.light S2 goes wherever you do. The adjustable, metal handle allows the solar light to be placed on a table, set on the floor, hung from a wall or on a hook – it is perfect for use inside the home or outdoors.
d.light is a for-profit social enterprise whose purpose is to create new freedoms for customers without access to reliable power so they can enjoy a brighter future. We design, manufacture and distribute solar light and power products throughout the developing world. We aim to empower the lives of at least 100 million people by 2020. d.light serves over 62 countries, through over 12,000 retail outlets, 10 field offices, and five regional hubs. The company employs over 300 people directly, and indirectly employs hundreds more worldwide.
In 2004, during d.light co-founder Sam Goldman’s Peace Corps service in Benin, Africa, his neighbor’s son was badly burned by an overturned kerosene lamp. This incident, along with the knowledge that 2.3 billion people in the world still do not have access to reliable electricity, inspired Sam to participate in a class called Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability at the Stanford Design School, where he met co-founder Ned Tozun. That’s where they developed their initial prototype solar lantern and an ambitious plan to bring safe, bright, and renewable lighting to people around the globe.