Get your own 6-pack of Solar Muscle Solar lights or donate them!
Now available online for delivery worldwide!
Prices are in AUD, today the AU$99 6-pack will cost about* USD $101, €78 Euro, CAD $103 or £66 Pounds + shipping costs**.
* Exact exchange rates are rounded and can vary slightly, these rates are automatically updated a few times per day and already include the 3-4% that Paypal will charge for conversion.
** Shipping rates depend on quantity and destination. Contact us if you want to order more than 6 “6-packs” (36 lights), for special rates.
The lights are shipped from Australia and shipping within Australia is included in the price (and we have discounted the DHL rates for international orders by $15/order)! Note that the destination country might add/charge import duties and local taxes, these are NOT included in the price.
Save money using the Solar Muscle solar lights
Our light is not just perfect for developing countries. Also in Australia they are more than useful and will earn themselves back quicker than you think! There are many ways you can use your FlexiWay Solar Muscle:
- You can use them in your home or outside, not just to save the planet, but also to save on your electricity bills (see below for testimonials!)
- They are perfect when camping, hiking or biking.
- Do you have an emergency pack at home? In case of floods, earthquakes, power cuts or other unexpected events that always seem to happen at night? Our light is perfect, does not need grid power and will remain charged for months, so it’s ready when you need it!
Hi James, recently I purchased your flexiway solar six pack and have contacted you in regards to an excellent product. I am paying of my house and now I do not have to turn on a light. Thanks again James? Will purchase some more in the not to distant future. Regards Gary S.
I just like to say a big THANK YOU!I just received my electricity bill and I save 1/4 and this is with the recent rise in prices here.
I was expecting a much bigger bill, instead I got a saving, perfect timing for Christmas
Thanks again, Vincy
Nicky: I wanted to see and feel the product that we were distributing. I wanted to understand how much light was generated from them and to understand how they were used in everyday living. I also wanted to know any problems that I encountered using them so we could have the best possible light. I asked a few friends to trial the lights to get additional feedback as well.
I find that the higher I hang the lights, the better “throw off“ of light it produces. By hanging them from a suction hook on my doors, it is practical and the light shines in all the areas that I want. I still cook, bath, clean up with electric light, but once those duties are done and it is my relaxing time, I prefer a dimmer light anyway, so the solar light is perfect.
When my first electricity bill came in I was amazed, surely lights being turned on and off could not possibly make that much of a difference? I hardly have any lights on! I had saved well over 50% on my bill (I reduced my peak usage by 2/3)!
Now I have quite a routine: I have suction hooks on my windows and each morning as I open up the curtains I simply take the lights from my doors where they shine at night, and hang them from the window. The sun shining through each day is enough to charge the lights and in the evenings as I close up the curtains, I place them back on my doors as I walk out. It really is so simple.
I have lights in each of my bathrooms and toilets, one on each of my doors in the hallway. I can walk into any room of my house and have sufficient light to do most things that I like, of course I still use my electric lights when I want. My little boy uses them as his night light, and I leave my bedroom one on all night so he can always find his way to me in the middle of the night.
Aletia: (Nicky:)I asked my friend Aletia to test the solar lights, to confirm that lighting could really be responsible for such a large part of our electricity cost. They are a family of 2 adults and 2 children. I explained how I use the lights on doors, and the way I charge them.
Aletia checked her electricity meter reading the week prior to using the “Solar Muscle”. The first week showed 15% reduction. Over the next couple of weeks the results got better and better as they got used to using them and found the places that worked best for them as a family.
By the end of the trial, they were saving an average of 40% on their peak use each week. We found that it only altered her off peak slightly as they were usually all in bed by the time the off peak rate cuts in.
Aletia was amazed when her electricity bill came in.
Their average cost per day had changed from $6.71 to $4.71. This means that she would have earned back her 6-pack of lights within 2 months, while making the planet cleaner…
The idea: share the light in Australia!
After seeing the stories on Australian TV of so many people coming off the electricity grid and families struggling to keep up with the soaring electricity prices, we decided to do an Australian launch of the lights as well:
A 6-pack of solar LED lights, for only $99 including P&H. This is a limited pre sale offer, as our normal price will be $125.00.
In addition, for every 6-pack sold, one light will be donated to the Kokoda Track Foundation, to assist the poorest in Papua New Guinea, most of them have no light at all or rely on expensive and toxic kerosene and batteries.
We had already shipped and distributed 3500 lights to them earlier this year (see the report and photos here).
Outdoor & travel use of the solar muscle solar light:
Harry: I have climbed all over the world and have recently cycled from Alaska – Patagonia. I wish I had the Solar Muscle with us that trip! It would have been perfect: charge during the day and light up our tent or at night.
We needed headlights with batteries instead, that always quit at awkward moments (like pitching a tent or going for a pee in the middle of the night!).
This year I took a Solar Muscle to a Patagonian Volcano. It was empty when we started hiking, but I left it on my pack and it charged during the climb up to the hut. It was a military shelter and 2 soldiers were on guard. We were with 7 climbers, so a total of 9 persons in the window-less shelter.
I attached the Solar Muscle to the laundry lines that ran through the shelter, switched it on at 50% (half the LED’s) and it gave enough light for all of us to switch off our head lamps and talk, walk, pack and cook inside!
The only problem is that everyone inside wanted to buy the light, but they are not yet available in Argentina…
Just got my solar light today and wanted to say thank you so much. I really look up to people like you who care so much about others. I feel really bad I didn’t buy/donate more. I know you did not manage to meet you goal but you should still feel very proud. It’s absolutely great stuff what you’re doing.
Radek V, UK
PS – the light is positively cool!!
I just want to say a big thanks, the light arrived few days ago! A great thing!
I´m also glad your wonderful project had been successful.
They work amazing for camping. I was at a camp ground, and we were setting up a charcoal BBQ and food on some tables but there wasn’t much lighting outside at night. I had two of these lights with me, so I set them up to light up the area with the food so that everyone could work and not have to be bothered holding onto flashlights.
And since they are charged via the solar panel, I didn’t have to worry about the batteries going dead on me later in the trip
Nick C, Canada
Get your solar lights now, they are in stock and ready to be shipped!