I Choose Life Africa, a NGO well established in Kenya, and HiNation signed a distribution agreement. The objective is to start selling the HiNation New product range made to meet the demand and need from large groups of people living without electricity. We are very proud to have I Choose Life Africa as our partners.
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Jenny Bisther went out on a sailing trip in Sweden’s beautiful archipelago. Read about her experience of using HiLight on the sailing boat and how it helped her to solve security issues when out in the sea. Click here.
Sailing and boating is very popular in Sweden. Like me, many Swedes spend several weeks every summer sailing among the 24 000 islands and islets located outside of Stockholm. Most of these islands and islets are uninhabited and it is easy to find your own island for the night.
A well known phenomenon to most sailors is that access to electricity is usually scarce. I have been sailing boats with solar panels and wind generators to enable charging of batteries. They all help to increase the comfort onboard. However, with HiLight I get access to both proper light and mobile charging. I can easily strap my HiLight to the ceiling or bring it with me as a torch when I go ashore after sunset.
Since I’ve started using my HiLight, both comfort and security has increased onboard. I can now read my book in proper light as long as I want in the evenings without worrying that my batteries will become empty. More important though is the security aspect. Access to a working mobile phone is essential if something goes wrong while out sailing. Like me, many sailors carry their mobile phone next to them in a dry bag all the time to keep it ready in case of emergency. However, modern smartphones often come with a poor battery life. With my HiLight onboard I can count on having sufficient mobile charging as well as strong light whenever I need it – at least as long as I’m not out sailing during the dark Swedish winter months!
Photograph in courtesy and by Jenny Bisther