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About this light

The new SM200 solar light was designed to be brighter, more durable, longer-lasting and more sustainable at an affordable price for disadvantaged communities without access to electricity.

Developed for SolarAid by Namene Solar Light Company, it is an important tool that will be used in our work to fight poverty and climate change and increase access to clean, safe and renewable lighting until no one is left in the dark.

What we like about this light

The SM200 is a solid little solar light which is as perfect for festivals or for camping in the UK, as it is in the African outback. It was designed for off-grid customers, with improved efficiency and new features including flashing pulse light mode. You can choose to use this light as either a hand held torch, a freestanding light, or attach the strap and wear it as a headtorch! 

The Techie Stuff

    • Battery: 12hrs on Bright mode, 5hrs on Brighter mode and 3hrs on Brightest mode when fully charged
    • Brightness: High (35 lm) // Low (15 lm,) // SOS
      flashing // Super bright 50 lm
    • Integrated solar panel: 4V, 75 mA, Polycrystalline
    • Adjustable and detachable stand that gives light height for use as a study lamp, and allows it to be hung.
    • Head torch conversion slots
    • Indicators show SM200 is charging and when battery is 0%, 50% & 100% full

Size & weight

    • 58 x 89 x 22 mm, 73 g (without stand)
    • 165 x 105 x 74 mm, 125 g (with stand)

The SM200 is covered by a two years warranty - if your light goes wrong just return it to us and we will replace it free of charge.

Solar lights in Africa

Your purchase is helping us get safe, clean light to families currently living without electricity. Read more about our work here.


If you are interested in purchasing 20 or more of these lights please get in touch with us here.

If your shipping address is outside the UK, please be aware that your order may be subject to duties and import taxes and you will need to cover this cost. These rates are set by local customs departments in the shipping country and can vary between locations. Customs departments will be in touch with you to collect a payment which if unpaid, could result in a delay or return of the order to the UK.