Solar Powered flashlight

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Let There Be Light
NASA helped create this solar-powered flashlight to provide an energy-efficient substitute for kerosene lamps in the developing world. The really clever idea? When you buy one at full price, you can donate a second one (for just $20) to individuals in places like Uganda, Gaza, and Madagascar. 

$39 or $59 for Buy One/Give One; SunNightSolar.com
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