Moon Jar - Solar Powered Jar Reviews
Description:Type: Table Lamp / Made with a traditional Mason jar and high tech energy efficient lighting! Captured inside the jar ... more
Moon Jar - Solar Powered Jar ... are a highly efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery and low energy LED lamps. When the jar is placed in sunlight the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery over a few hours. This energy is then used at night to power the three LED lamps inside the jar.
Newest Review: ... You have three options for this product. This one, which is the Moon Jar, which emits a soft blue glow. You can also get ... more
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Customer Moon Jar - Solar Powered Jar Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/01/09, updated on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 291 readings)
There certainly are some unusual novelty products around these days, many of which fit into the genre of ambient lighting. One such item, made by 'Suck UK' is the 'Moon Jar' (also known as the 'Sun Jar: Blue'), a traditional glass 'mason' jar with some solar-powered wizardry inside. So what does it do?... well, as the text on the box explains, "Jam jars store jam, the Sun Jar collects and stores sunshine so that you can use it at night". In practice, this means that by placing the jar on a sunny window-ledge by day, it will gather the energy from the sun, and when the ambient light in the room drops to a certain level, the three LED lamps ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
The humble Moon Jar, one of the most pointless yet incredible inventions I have ever come across in my life. I bought this as a gift for my mum, one of those people who loves odd things and I never have a clue what to get for birthdays/christmas. and it really went down a treat. You have three options for this product. This one, which is the Moon Jar, which emits a soft blue glow. You can also get the 'Sun Jar' which gives a yellowy gold light, and the interestingly named 'Twilight Jar' which gives out pink light (perfect gift for a little girl). The light is beautiful, it is soft and eerie, not too bright, but enough to be able to see in an unlit room. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
My sister had been going on for a while about a solar powered lamp called a Sun Jar, and since I had a £20 voucher for IWOOT.com, I decided to buy a similar one from the same range, a Moon Jar. The Moon Jar is from a company called suckuk and is a solar powered lamp which, during the day when it is not on, looks a little bit like a large, plain, frosted glass jar which is around 18cm high. The jar has a latch on it and when you open the top of it there is the solar panel and a button switch which allows you to turn the jar on or off. You can also lift that section off which reveals the bulb which lights up at night. The bulb is made of plastic so there is no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Moon Jar This year (like most years) we spent Christmas in Italy. As you've probably worked out now our "moon Jar" was a Christmas present. Technically, my dad only got this (it was his present), from a family friend, midway through January. Now, when you take into account global warming, the world is going to die blah blah, this is quite a good present. Well I personally think it's completely pointless and therefore love it. It always makes you feel good about not wasting resources, for example if you go to Oxfam, you can get solar powered phone chargers and other interesting, eco-friendly things. The price, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I had been looking to buy a 'sun jar' but the moon jar was half the price so I thought I would give it a go. It is a solid, weighty glass mason jar, slightly opaque. The solar cell sits just inside the lid and has an on off button for if you decide you don't want to use it every night. Being a mason jar it is waterproof so can be left outside, great if you forget to bring it in after charging especially in Scottish weather. Once charged the blue glow that it gives off is just enough light to read by if it is immediatly next to you. If you like it dark while you sleep then this probably gives off too much light to be in the same room as you. We use it in ... Read the complete review
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