Solar Capsules

The Capsuli is a rechargeable solar powered LED emergency light kit that’s small enough to be stored while powerful enough to emit light from the palm of your hand. As small as it is, this thing is bright. Each capsule docks onto a pad embedded with solar cells. You activate the light by twisting the capsule. It’s just a concept for now so technical specifications aren’t available but the idea is sound. In fact, I think cities should be giving citizens basic emergency supply kits – each one should include something like the Capsuli.

Designer: Ukseop Jeong & Hanna Son

Ukseop Jeong

40 Comments

  • Greysky says:

    seem like there is already a better solution, its called a flashlight

    • Dontforget says:

      especially since there are ones that only require shaking for power… not that bright but will get the job done

  • Jawzxy says:

    I want these.

  • 104 says:

    great idea, the thing is the light is so small, i would think a handle/holder for the light pod would make using the light source easier and would keep me from loosing such a small object. the holding device coule even have a magnifier in it to focus the light into a usable beam like many other LED based light sources. hope this concept takes flight!

  • Mgccl says:

    What if kids eats them…?

  • Nick says:

    Impractically small

  • judysolar says:

    It’s a bit complicated. Solar torch can have similar emergency function.—judysolar.spaces.live.com

  • wouter says:

    Simply by having a solar energy renewal system it is brilliant, funcionality adapts to natural necesity. i want one!

  • Jewels says:

    I have come to the conclusion ,there is no such thing!

  • reza faraji says:

    hi
    we are a emergency compony of iran
    and we want buy this contacts
    thanks
    bye

  • krevproductions says:

    I want this. Really, I know there are very good uses for it in a black out since they come in a good amount and take little space, making it simple to grab them and put them all around a room without looking for a space to put them. If a kid eats it, i guess it's small enough to appear in the plumbing later on…

  • luz0rz says:

    I like that they show a child using a common flashlight as an example.

  • luz0rz says:

    I like that they show a child using a common flashlight as an example.

  • JIll MacKay says:

    Are these on the market? I can find no place that sells them. PLease advise. Thank you.
    JIll MacKay

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