IKEA’s Solvinden (sol=sun and vinden=wind) line of products has added a few lamps and now the product line is starting to amass popularity from all over the world. IKEA’s new Solvinden lamps run on batteries that are charged from the sun or wind. The lamp shades are mini-wind turbines that, when spinning, power a mini-generator for battery charging.
The tops of the lamps have tiny solar panels that also offer green charging goodness. Simplicity and enhanced efficiency are the most intriguing attributes Solvinden products are offering the users.
With the latest lamps of this product line giving out 20,000 hours of uninterrupted brightness, it surely kicks away the negative feelings one has towards low life of LED lightings.
Moreover, they are cable-free that make them an ideal solution for outdoor lighting and guaranteeing that the lamps will generate all of their own power.
In a recent video uploaded by NOTCOT, product developer Philip Holm can be seen illustrating the working of these lamps. Watch him explain how they can change our lives in a positive manner.