After years of research and development, the PSL™ team has launched the Personal Solar Light™ (PSL). A new and revolutionary solar powered lighting device that is now available to the public.
With its release date finally here, the PSL™ is already grabbing the spotlight. Garnering attention in many circles, from happy homebodies to outdoor enthusiasts, from disaster relief volunteers to preppers.
When the lights go out in an emergency, what is your backup plan? When you reach in your backpack only to realize that you left those spare batteries for your flashlight back at the house, what do you do? It seems like everywhere you turn these days, the need for a portable and sustainable light source is proven to be more and more crucial in the modern world.
“Often in life, we take the things we rely upon most for granted, and light is one of those.” Says PSL™ founder Jim Ashmore. “Our team has worked tirelessly to provide the world with one of the simplest yet most valuable resources, and I couldn’t be more excited with the results.”
“Pre-orders, emails, and phone calls have poured in. We’re very happy with the early support.” beams company Vice President Josh Powers.
There are many personal lights on the market today, even portable solar lights, but Personal Solar Light™ has set a new industry standard.
After years of engineering and innovation, PSL™ has created an unprecedented light that emits a robust 107 lumens. This hard-working device outshines the competition. The PSL™ shines on through the darkness for a full 30 hours, with only a few hours of sunlight needed to recharge.
An ideal choice for people of all ages, this compact solar light weighs only 4.3 ounces and fits in the palm of your hand. A patented collapsible design makes the PSL™ a smart addition to any suitcase or backpack, and easy for convenient storage.
Learn more about the PSL™ by visiting their website personalsolarlight.com
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Company Name: Personal Solar Light
Contact Person: Josh Powers
Address:101 FM 3237 Building B Unit C
Country: United States