British design firm, Therefore, has designed a $5 light for use in the developing world.
It’s called GravityLight, and the design couldn’t be simpler.
Co-creator, Jim Reeves, explains how it works…
“The product consists of the generator ambient light unit. It’s shipped in a very robust bag that takes ballast. You take it out of its bag, you fill this bag with gravel – whether that be aggregate, sand, soil. You attach the bag, you hang the product. And when you lift the bag, then you have your light source.”
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GravityLight can produce up to half an hour of low-level lighting. Not great. But it’s a massive improvement over dangerous kerosene lamps currently in use throughout developing countries.