Solight Design Outdoor Solar-Powered Light, Inflatable LED Lantern – Waterproof, Compact, Portable – SolarPuff PET Warm White

5.00 out of 5
(10 customer reviews)


Light Source Type LED
Brand Solight Design
Color Warm White
Power Source solar powered
Material PET

  • RECHARGEABLE SOLAR LANTERN: No external batteries or power sources needed. Battery life up to 12 hours with a 12-hour charging time. Great light for outdoor or indoor decor
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND PACKABLE: Weighs only 2.6 ounces and can be packed flat to 0.25 inches (as thin as an iPhone)
  • MANY USES: Ideal for camping, hiking, fishing, emergency preparedness kits, backyard decoration, pool lighting, survival gear and more
  • BRIGHT LIGHT: Light up a room up to 100 square feet by pressing power button 1x for low, 2x for high, and 3x to flash emergency SOS
  • BUILT TO LAST: Made from heavy-duty, recyclable PET, which has a unique memory for shape retention. Utilizes minimal waste packaging for a low environmental impact


Product Description

Recharge with the sun

Floating Pool Lights

Solar Garden Lights

Origami Lantern

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Important information


90 watts

Bulb Voltage

3 volts

Additional information

Dimensions 0.5 × 4.5 in
Part Number


Item Weight

‎0.32 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎8.25 x 0.5 x 4.5 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


‎1 EA


‎Warm White





Power Source

Solar Powered


‎3.7 Volts


‎90 watts

Installation Method


Item Package Quantity


Type of Bulb


Mounting Type

‎Tabletop Mount

Special Features

‎Rechargeable, Color Changing

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion



Date First Available

November 12, 2015


‎Solight Design

10 reviews for Solight Design Outdoor Solar-Powered Light, Inflatable LED Lantern – Waterproof, Compact, Portable – SolarPuff PET Warm White

  1. 5 out of 5


    A wee bit pricey, but so great!This little light is everything the description says it is. If I had paid closer attention to the dimensions, I would’ve realized it’s smaller than I thought it would be. But it’s perfect for so many little trips or errands, especially with my grandchildren. They absolutely love it! They can be my helpers, and our light won’t break, dim, or be too heavy. I’d get another one if it were cheaper.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Great alternative to backpacking lighting!I purchased both a Solarpuff and a Solarhelix for use on a backpacking trip and found them very useful and well-designed. Light, compact, easy to use. Provided plenty of light to perform camp tasks and to read in a tent. Probably the longest I used it for was four hours, not close to what should be it’s maximum lighting time.Differences between the Puff and the Helix:- The Helix collapses smaller, into a square. The Puff collapses into an oblong shape. It’s still quite small, however. Both are very light.- The light given off by the Puff is more of a cool white, the Helix gives off a more warm white, or even yellow, light.- The Puff has the handle on the opposite face of the cube as the solar cells and the LEDs. This made it easier to affix to a backpack so the solar cell got plenty of light, but when using the lamp while walking the LEDs tend to shine up into your eyes instead of down at the ground. I liked this lantern best when hanging from a lantern hook or a carabiner in my tent.- The Helix has the handle on the same face of the cube as the solar cells and the LEDs. This made it harder to make sure the lamp charged up when backpacking, but I found it more useful for carrying the lamp as a lantern while walking. I liked this lantern best when moving around camp. It often did not get a full charge when I was hiking, however.In the future, I will probably consider these lanterns my main lighting source and only bring a very small flashlight for emergencies or the need for directional light. I love not having to worry about my batteries dying, or needing to carry heavy extra batteries in my pack. They’ll also be great to have around the house for power outages.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Love this solar light for campingWe bought this for our travel trailer and camping trips. We used to use battery or even propane lanterns. This thing is great! In fact, I’ve gotten rid of our heavy propane lantern and no longer need to buy those refill propane bottles or annoying mantels. This thing is great! It’s nice and bright, super light, collapses to nothing and recharges via solar. The ONLY thing I would wish for is a dimmer power mode so if you want a more mellow light that it will get dimmer. Maybe also a brighter mode. I don’t really use the flashing mode and don’t know why you would. But love this light! It’s a nice light. Price seemed a bit high but compared to my old lantern and no need to buy propane this is a good value!

  4. 5 out of 5


    Stopped working right just after return window closedOur friends had some of these so we were excited to get our own. We bought 2, but 6 days after the return window closed the on/off button stopped working. Tried to get Amazon support but they said they were busy …supposed to have a 90 day guarantee so if they honor that I’ll take this review down.

  5. 5 out of 5

    The Purista

    The best of the collapsible solar lightsCollapsible solar lights are a new category of product that I didn’t know I needed, until someone gave me one! We to camp, and these lights have quickly replaced nearly all the other lanterns and LED lights that we used to take along. The solar panel is easy to recharge in the sun during the day (try putting it in the dash of your car while driving) and the battery last a long time, so we rarely run out of light. I have two of these and intend to purchase more as gifts.I like this particular model MUCH better than all the inflatable versions that are sold everywhere. Blowing up the inflatable ones, messing with the little nozzle like on a kids pool toy, and then squeezing all the air out again, is just kind of a pain, and if you get a hole in it, it’s kind of worthless. This one folds open and closed in an origami-like way, no rubber nozzle required. Also, the material that this is made of has a pattern of filaments woven into the material, which help it to stand up. The light it casts is softer and has a faint pattern cast by these filaments that is very enjoyable, almost like candlelight. A nice experience for an LED light.*Note: I only review products that I have purchased and paid for myself.*

  6. 5 out of 5


    Exactly what I wantedVery useful and easy to use.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joey L.

    Beautiful design and soft lightI prefer this warm orangish light to more cold bluer lights. Feels more comfortable. Folds well, material has a nice texture isn’t just a cheap smooth plastic. Mainly used indoors during power outages

  8. 5 out of 5


    Lasts through rain and beer pong!This thing is great! It lasted through a whole lot of fun weekend at the lake, and stays lit for so long!! It’s definitely waterproof – it made several trips out in the rainstorm that hit and left a couple of inches of water in our tent, and everyone loved it! It puts out enough light for a twilight game of beer pong, without being so big it gets in the way. It doesn’t require an outlet to charge when all the outlets are being used by phone chargers. Now we’ve used it when doing home renovations, it’s small enough to fit behind a bathroom sink while you install it, it’s bright enough to light a small room at night. There are two brightness settings, and a third flashing option. The low setting is still bright enough to wake up anyone in the room with you, though, so if you’re looking to camp and not wake up a friend to read, maybe get the other light from this company that glows red.

  9. 5 out of 5


    Absolutely brilliant!This is a brilliant solar lamp in so many more ways than how good it is. When on its high setting it really is bright enough to read by. Recharges really quickly, even when not in direct sunlight, and gives hours of light in return. I’ve just ordered 3 more in the hope that this summer will be warm enough for some late drinks in the garden. The control is simple, a toggle button in the middle of the solar panel, press once for on, twice for stronger light, three times for flashing and four to turn off again. Extremely lightweight and so far has survived being dragged in and out of pockets and bags dozens of times on a walking holiday.

  10. 3 out of 5


    looks good, nice and brightlooks good, nice and bright, although why you’d want a flashing strobe light mode i’m not sure. it seems to have been designed a bit oddly, the solar panel is effectively on the base of the unit, so the strap – when held or hung – is facing the top – meaning it needs to be turned upsidedown to charge it

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