Hot sale Solar light LH-A018 for Greek Factory

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Hot sale Solar light LH-A018 for Greek Factory Detail:

Item No: LH-A018 Length(CM) Width(CM) High(CM)
Item Name: Solar  light Carton size: 48.5 32.5 37
Solar Panel: 5.5V 3.2W
Storage Battery: 3.2V3000mAh Carton CBM: 0.058
Light Source: 48PCS qty/inner boxe 1
Lumen: 800LM qty/carton 60
20′ GP
Working time: 8-10Hours 40′GP
Charging time: 6hours 40′HQ
Function: light sensor, infrared body sensors Item NW:(KG)
IP Grade: IP65 Item GW:(KG)
Main Material: Aluminum NW/CTN:(KG) 13.50
Crust Color: Silver GW/CTN:(KG) 15.50
Item Size: 230*103*83cm Accessories: 1pcs*Solar Light
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    What should I pack? The classic backpacking question. /// Taking a look at my preparation and hiking gear load-out for an upcoming backpacking adventure to New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Actually, for this trip, we’ll be pretty close to Maine as well, but I’ll fill you in on those details later.

    For now I’ll give you a look into my planning and packing phase. On this particular hiking trip we’ll have a tight schedule. 2 days very far from home in fact (A “Blitz Hike” as we like to call it), so our goal is to keep things lightweight. This should increase our ability to knock out miles, and give us a decent margin of error (*something* will always go wrong), since we kind of need to be back at work 500 miles away after our 2 days off.

    Now, we’re no where near ultra-light yet, which is typically defined as a base weight (gear excluding food and water) of under 10 pounds. We aimed more for the realm of lightweight, typically defined as a base weight of under 20 pounds. I almost made it ringing in at 21 pounds base (Camera gear is a real SOB), and Mike clocked in at 23. My total weight (includes food and water) was 29lb. Mike’s was 33lb, which is pretty much accounted for by the fact that his larger pack was about 2.5lbs heavier and he had to carry about a pound more food due to his higher body mass.

    Another first for this trip was that fact that we did a “no cook” hike for the first time. We decide to ditch the stove, cookware and fuel in exchange for ready to eat food. The downside is that you miss out on carrying lighter dehydrated hiking meals that you can cook / re-hydrate using natural water sources once at your campsite (hopefully). The upside is leaving your cooking gear at home. Of course, you can’t forget about the psychological value of looking forward to a hot, cooked meal at the end of a long hike. We’ll see how it works out.

    A quick note on calories too: the amount calories I’m packing is not a whole lot. (A typical backpacking trip can burn 3-5,000 calories per day.) I’m doing this based on previous experiences and the short nature of the trip. You should probably bring more, especially if you’ll be out there for a more extended period. Luckily, I’ll be eating cheeseburgers on the way home, so trust me, I’ll survive :)

    We’ll be leaving right after work, doing the 9 hour drive, sleeping in the car after arriving on night 1 around midnight, and hitting the trail for 2 days and one night. If all goes as planned, we’ll arrive back at the car on night 2 and drive ourselves home in time for work the next morning.

    My Hiking Gear List:

    Kelty Salida 2 Tent (We’re splitting this between us at a little over 2#’s each)
    EMS Long Trail 70 Backpack
    EMS “Stuffer” Jacket
    EMS Pack Cover
    2 ReVive Solar ReStore chargers for video camera, phone, etc
    Osprey 2 liter Nalgene Bladder for hydration
    Sawyer Squeeze Water Filtration System
    1 Liter Disposable Plastic Water Bottle
    Taurus 740 Slim Sub-Compact Pistol (those flies can be vicious)
    AMC New Hampshire White Mountains paper maps
    Swiss Gear Trekking Poles (Cork Handle Model)
    Therm-A-Rest Z-Lite foam sleeping pad
    Suisse Sport 30 Degree Mummy Bag (yes, this is a cheap $35 bag, but it does the job)
    Nemo Fillo (inflatable pillow) **This thing costs more than my sleeping bag, but my wife got it for me, and it’s awesome!
    Brunton Classic Compass
    Beef Jerky, Vacuum Sealed Tuna, pop-tarts, trail mix, snacks etc
    ‘Light My Fire’ Spork
    Instant Coffee!
    1 oz bottle of Ben’s Max 100 98% DEET insect repellent
    Sea To Summit ‘Insect Shield’ Mosquito Head Neat (It’s Black Fly Season!)
    EMS Camp Cap (synthetic fast dry, & lightweight!)
    EMS Convertible Camp Pants / Shorts
    EMS ‘Velocity’ synthetic lightweight long sleeve shirt
    Nike ‘Pro Combat’ synthetic tee shirt
    EMS synthetic socks
    Garmont Zenith Mid GTX Hiking Boots
    4Sevens Preon 2 Flashlight
    Princeton Tec Byte Headlamp
    Leatherman Squirt Ultra-Light Multi-Tool
    SOG Blink Spring Assisted Knife


    Some of Mike’s Backpacking Gear:

    Gregory Palisade 80 Backpack
    DeLorme PN-60 Handheld GPS
    Therm-a-Rest Self Inflating Sleeping Pad
    Big Agnes Sleeping Bag
    ….and other gear choices similar to mine, but different brands etc.

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