Toronto, ON -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/04/2016 -- Creator Richard Lambert notes that his new invention, the GLO-AID Self-Charging Wayfinding System, requires only eight minutes of natural or electrical light to fully charge and give hours of glow in the darkness. Now, Lambert has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to produce and distribute his GLO-AID line.
According to Lambert, "Everyone knows the feeling of sudden panic or fear when the world, previously full of light, is suddenly gone. In a home, residents instinctively look around, stumbling towards a hidden flashlight or candle, hoping to gain a sense of the surroundings. At work or in public places it could be worse. Shopping malls, offices, warehouses, stairways, or even elevators, unlit, can be extremely dangerous places in which to be." Given the frequency of blackouts, Lambert realized that it was important to develop a line of fully rechargeable light sources that required very little natural or artificial light to replenish them.
GLO-AID provides a safe and economical solution that focuses on aiding people in emergencies by providing them with light that does not require electricity or batteries. It also offers a simple alternative to electrically powered nightlights. GLO-AID works with an active crystal that is powdered and turned into a resin. This allows the resin to capture available light quickly and release hours of bright glow. The G SAFETY SERIES includes AIRO, BEKN, DECORA, DISC, MODA, and SPARK models as well as light switches.
As seen at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1692552050/GLOAID-self-charging-wayfinding-systems, the Kickstarter campaign offers pledge levels from $10 to $310, with rewards including a SPARK 4-pack or an All-In-One 50-pack. For more information on specific prizes associated with each pledge level, visit the Kickstarter page.
GLO-AID is a line of products that quickly recharges using both natural and artificial light. This line of products allows users to quickly recharge their GLO-AID devices so that they are prepared for blackouts or to use them as low-level nightlights. The creator of GLO-AID has now launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise production, marketing and distribution funds.
Contact Person: Richard Lambert
Company: Handy Innovative Products Inc. Verick Intl. Inc.
Address: Toronto, Ontario, Canada