Factory Cheap Hot Solar light LH-C001 – Led Truck Lights
Factory Cheap Hot Solar light LH-C001 – Led Truck Lights Detail:
|Item Name：||Solar light||Carton size：||60||63||48|
|Solar Panel：||5.5V 1.5W|
|Storage Battery：||18650 lithium battery 3.7V 2000mAh||Carton CBM：||0.181|
|Light Source：||4pcs 10LED||qty/inner boxe||1|
|Lumen：||200 lumens 50 each||qty/carton||48|
|Color Temperature：||6500||20′ GP|
|Working time：||4-6 Hours (High Light Mode) 8-12 Hours (Low Light Mode)||40′GP|
|Charging time：||8 hours||40′HQ|
|Function：||light control + switch control||Item NW:（KG)|
|IP Grade：||IP44||Item GW:（KG)|
|Main Material：||ABS +PS||NW/CTN：(KG)||14.50|
|Item Size：||9.1 x 6.9 x 6.8 inches||Accessories：||1pcs*Solar Light|
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My backpack contents. *Keep in mind this is NOT typical of a A.T. thru hiker. Everyones’s gear selection is customized to their needs. I am happy to ‘rough it’ more than most and sacrificed some comfort to be as efficient as possible, while still being safe. *Click ‘SHOW MORE’ below for more notes about this video…
My first long distance experience was the 80 mile Foothills trail in SC. New to hiking, I carried a ARMY surplus rucksack, Wal-Mart tent, big blue sleeping pad, a blanket, Boy Scout mess kit, and other awkward bits of ‘stuff’. Over the next 6 days my pack felt excruciatingly heavy, and rubbed painful sores on my back. The tent was hard to set up and leaked, and most of the junk I carried was never even used. But the hike was still a life changing success, as I caught the hiking bug big time!
I became obsessed with being (almost) as light as possible and found an informative video series that had lots of tips for hiking lighter – but safely. Mostly budget minded too with some DIY (do it yourself) ideas. (http://youtube.com/user/OnlyTheLightest).
I’m poor and all this lightweight gear was going to add up. I took a year to study, shop around, and get it all together. Some items I still had to pay big bucks for but found most on sale or used. And I was happy with this budget ultralight setup:
(0:13) BACKPACK. 20 Liter Laser Elite. 8oz. Terra Nova (out of business). Retail $90 but found on Amazon for $50. Designed for adventure racing and made of light weight material, I planned to buy a duplicate to be mail-dropped when needed. (Buying 2 would still be MUCH cheaper than one of the popular, heavier packs, with weight savings a bonus!) But it held up well and a ninja replacement was unnecessary. Yes it was falling apart by the end, but made it all 2100+ miles!
(0:25) TUPPERWEAR BOWL.
(1:17) COOK CUP. Titanium 600. 2.8oz. (http://snowpeak.com). Retail $34! Found on sale for $25. Holds two cups of water to make Ramen, Rice sides, Mountain Houses, etc.
*IMPORTANT: DO NOT use double walled cups to cook in, they can explode!
(1:27) BEER CAN STOVE. 0.4oz. End-to-End Trail Supply (out of business). $12. Boils 2 cups of water in five minutes using 3 table spoons of alcohol or HEET. Worked great, durable, and super light! Demonstration in video #47. (Look for DIY videos and make your own for free!)
(1:48) REFECTICS. 1oz. $7. Piece of car windshield sun screen cut down.
(1:56) RAIN PONCHO. 5oz. $6.
(2:04) TADPOLE TARP. 11oz. $90. Waterproof items are stored outside.
(2:16) FLEECE BEANIE. 0.9oz. (http://zpacks.com). $13. A must have and super warm!
(2:26) VEST. Thermawrap Synthetic. 6.6oz. (http://montbell.com). Retail $120 but bought demo for $90. Insulates to keep your core warm even when wet. (If a down vest or jacket gets wet – you’re screwed.)
(2:58) CLOTHES: POLY BEANIE. 0.5oz. $7. Duplicate item not needed but wore it a lot.
POLY SOCKS. 1oz. $1 a pair. Family Dollar. Carried 2 pair and replaced when needed. Warm, light, and cheap. (I recommend ‘normal’ hikers upgrade to something more comfortable).
THERMAL UNDERWEAR TOP & BOTTOM. 2oz each. Rockey. Sold at Wal-Mart, but found these at a gas station for $10 a pair. Wore these under my shorts on cold day or freezing nights.
SUPERTHIN SILK TOP & BOTTOM. -0.05oz combined. Retail $40, bargain box find for $20. Really helped keep warm on cold days. (A cheap trick is to were woman’s silk stockings, but I never tired that, lol).
(3:32) CUBAN FIBER FOOD BAG. 0.25oz. (http://ZPacks.com) $15. Held up great! Always keep food in a ziplock for bear bagging. I used ‘zline’ instead of paracord – no carabiner needed.
(3:56) 3/4 DOWN 20* UNDERQULT. 17.5oz. (http://WildernessLogics.com). Retail $195, found used on (http://hammockforums.com) for $155.
(4:13) DOWN 32* SUMMERLITE SLEEPING BAG. 18oz. (http://westernmountaineering.com). Retail $395! Bought a returned item for $225. Bag kept me warm 150+ nights even down to 17*. Held up great with no wear or tears. That being said the loft is not what it used to be, and feathers bunch up and look pretty skimpy when held up to a light.
(4:26) NANO 7 HAMMOCK. 8.2oz +straps. (http://grandtrunk.com). Retail $70, Ebay find $55.
(4:44) APALCA WOOL SOCKS. 2oz. $4 Flea market find. Sleep socks.
(4:57) SHOES! 101 TRAIL RUNNERS. 15oz pair. NEW BALANCE. $75. Recommended by Steve at (http://.hikelight.com). Got my moneys worth with some duck tape and cable ties. 600 miles!
(5:14) TREKING (SKI) POLES. 12oz EACH but FREE! Accepted a weight penalty for cost savings and sentimental value (gift from friends). Super strong and can be found in thrift shops for peanuts.
(5:41) POCKET KNIFE. 1oz. $1. Was pressured to take this giant hunting knife but hardly used it.
*(Video #59 details my hammock gear).
*15lbs quoted included 5 days of food but not water. *Not shown: poly gloves, duct tape wallet (thanks DonDon), and 2 Smart Water bottles. *Bounce box: medical tape, sunscreen, camera wires, and zip drive.
By Julia 2016-11-16 17:16
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By Julie 2016-10-11 12:41