In the daytime, it captures solar energy, then it lights up the night. On this Minimalist Monday, the sun catcher glass enlightens us: Light does not always require electricity from the electrical grid. The glass lantern is solar-powered. It captures solar energy when the sun is out and emits comfortable light at night.
How does this work? The minimalist’s preserving glass is equipped with LED lamps, which are charged via solar cells in the lid. At night, the light preserve can be used. Simply switch on the lamp using a magnetic bow switch. The light is bright enough to read a book or use it to provide light for an outdoor party with friends.
Simple and ingenious! That is how we love it.