A-List: LuminAID Lights

LuminAID - A-List

Airstream searches every corner of the outdoor and camping world to find the coolest gear to feature in A-List. We often partner with brands and create affiliate relationships for the products featured here.

Getting out there and seeing what’s over the next hill – and the next after that – is what Airstreamers are all about. And LuminAID helps light the way.

An innovative inflatable solar light that packs flat, LuminAID is the perfect space-saving, energy-efficient companion for any outdoor adventure. But the story is so much bigger than that.

LuminAID was invented by design students Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork after the Haiti Earthquake to help recovering populations regain one of our most basic needs: light. Since the prototypes, LuminAID lights have been used in 70+ countries after disasters.

Because they were designed to be simple and durable, LuminAID lights are easy to operate and are sturdy. Charge them in the sunlight, inflate the light and turn it on. That’s it. The lights are waterproof and designed to float. Take them anywhere, fold them back up when you’re done, and use them over and over.

To take it up a notch, try LuminAID’s PackLite Max 2-in-1 Phone Charger. This is the perfect all-purpose solar device. This solar, inflatable lantern doubles as a phone charger and packs flat for easy carrying and charging on the go. Use it to light up your campsite or provide back-up power to your devices when you need it most.

The PackLite Max provides over 150 lumens of bright LED light on Turbo mode and can run for up to 50 hours on Low mode. The 5V USB output port will recharge your phone in two to four hours, depending on your phone. And, it recharges fully in 14 hours of sunlight or by USB input in just one to two hours.

You can also help with the distribution of LuminAID lights to individuals who need safe, rechargeable light all over the world. By sponsoring a light for a family in need, you earmark a solar lantern or solar phone charger to go directly to the organization of their choice. So far, more than 50,000 solar lights have been sent to families through the Give Light Get Light Program. 

Get Yours

More A-List