Chinab Chugh and his friends went for a camping trip in Utö, the farthest out southern part of the Stockholm archipelago. Read about his HiLight story as he described his experiences. Click here.
I borrowed the HiLight for a weekend trip to Utö, which is situated in the farthest out southern part of the Stockholm archipelago. Since my friends and I have planned to camp there for a night, we felt that the HiLight could come in real handy.
My first impression of HiLight was that it was a very versatile equipment because it can be used in many situations. In the morning, we placed the HiLight on the top of our tent to charge under the Sun. Since the HiLight has a bright orange colour, we found it very easy to locate our tent amongst the numerous tents.
As we were away from “civilization”, we relied a lot on HiLight to charge our mobile devices. Apart from that, it also powered our portable speakers to play music throughout the day. I was particularly impressed with the amount of devices that the HiLight could charge with just a full battery.
During the night, we would turn on the lamp to locate our items. Initially, we wanted to hang it on the top of our tent but we could not find a place to hang it. Even though the HiLight was placed in a corner, it was still bright enough to enable us to see everything inside the tent.
We were very grateful to have the HiLight for our trip and I would definitely recommend it to my friends who are into hiking and outdoor camping.
Photograph in courtesy and by Chinab Chugh
Brandon Leong Hong Ern visited the beautiful Tyresta National Park in Sweden during one of his summer hikes. Read about his experience with HiLight after a fruitful day trip here.
I went hiking in the forest for a full day, from early in the morning till late at night. Throughout the hike, I relied a lot on my iPhone GPS to find my way around. This caused my iPhone battery to deplete quickly.
Fortunately the HiLight was able to charge my iPhone because I used it to charge my phone for the second half of my hiking trip and also during breaks.
As the weather was bright and sunny for most of the day, I left it hanging on the side of my bag to charge from the sun.
I found the HiLight to be easy to use. The versatility of the HiLight to charge almost any device is an important feature and it certainly proved very essential to me during the hike. Apart from that, it was not too heavy and it fitted nicely on the side of my bag.
Photograph in courtesy and by Brandon Leong Hong Ern
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In addition, the light works perfectly on my boat. When I was looking for something in small and dark spaces, the HiLight always comes in handy. Apart from that, the strong LED light enables me to see further into the engine compartment or when I am taking a walk at the bay at night. Since I like to read at night, I used the HiLight to read in the dark. In the past, I often encountered the problem of the boat’s light turning off due to flat batteries. Sometimes in total darkness and without the boat’s light, it is difficult to start the engine. So it is always important to keep the HiLight close to me. Many people are interested in the lamp and mobile chargers.
Once, I met a few sailors during a walk. When I was about to charge the solar light, they asked me ,”What is it?”. We had a converstion about USB, Light and Africa and it generated quite a great interest.
Photograph in courtesy and by Katarina Widoff