Your own sustainable solar powered house that is both decorative and educational. A day’s charge in the sunlight will give you 5 hours of light at night.
Charge your Solar Hose by placing it on the window during the day and light it up when it’s bedtime! There’s a on/off switch for better battery time management.
Each “Imagine Solar House” consists of an adhesive solar module and a sheet of pre-cut cardboard. The patented adhesive solar module consists of a mini solar panel, an orange LED, a switch and a Lithium-Ion battery.
Building this sustainable solar house only takes a couple of minutes and doesn’t require any glue. Simply remove the house from the pre-cut sheet of cardboard, fold all tabs of the house, stick the adhesive solar module to the inside and fix the tabs to assemble the house.Fully assembled dimensions are 8 x 6,5 x 7,5 cm.
Each house set is shipped in a A5 sized flat cardboard envelope weighing less than 50g for reduced carbon footprint.
Now you are ready to paint and customize your new Solar House. When ready just place it on the window sill to charge the battery: 5 hours of charging in sunlight= 5 hours of lighting.
Power switch is automatically switched off when exposed to sunlight fro charging.
“Imagine Solar House” is a fun and creative way to introduce children to sustainable development and alternative energies. Easy to build and decorate it’s perfect for children and adults alike, doubling as a toy or a really cool decorative item.
“Casagami” solar houses exists in different designs and colours: the original model is made of kraft cardboard, there are also houses with red & white polka dots, gingerbread and a Castle. The white canvas of the white house and castle allows children to express themselves by painting them, while adults might want to keep it white as a sleek decoration item.
Solar Module Warranty: 1 year
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IMPORTANTE NOTE: Please keep in mind that delays in deliveries are to be expected due to the constraints produced during confinement and Covid restrictions. Dismiss