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Patched Chair: A Unique Way Of Utilizing Second Hand Chairs

Used chairs, used garments, where did we all place them after finding out that they have no value at all to us already? Well, probably they are landfilled, which is obviously harmful to the environment. With the disposable fashion that we currently have, discarded clothes grow faster than it seems. Aiming to combat the growth of used garments destined to our landfills, Korean designer Soojin Kang created the Patched Chair. The patch chair uses a second hand chair covered with a patchwork of used fabric. The chair can look untidy with all the stitches visible, but it looks unique enough to be on our homes. Being a handmade piece of furniture, the Patched Chair manufacturing process produces zero carbon emission.

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Patched Chair

Source: Soojin Kang via Dezeen



Solar Hybrid Air Conditioner: LG’s Pioneer For Eco-friendly Air Conditioner

Comfort living without the guilt of destroying the environment is now made possible by LG with their first eco-friendly air conditioner that has its debut in Korea. The Hybrid conditioner of LG has solar modules attached on top of the outer unit of the air conditioner that collects sunrays and convert it into electric power of up to 70 watts per hour. With this ability, the LG solar hybrid air conditioner will be able to reduce carbon emission of up to 212kg over 10 years, which is equivalent to 780 pine trees. With this product, using your air conditioner can now be more comfortable and at the same time will set your mind free from worries about destroying the environment.

LG Solar Air Conditioner

LG Solar Air Conditioner

LG Solar Air Conditioner

Source: LG Electronics via Designboom



Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern By Athena Brands

Lanterns like Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern is not only perfect for camping and other outdoor adventures but also ideal for use when power blackout or when a calamity happens. Mini lanterns add fun to our outdoor adventure or save us from darkness during unexpected calamities. However, what made this cute mini lantern from Athena Brands exceptional among others is its being solar powered. [Click here for more information about Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern]

Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern

As a solar powered lantern, this only means that you don’t need to spend a single penny for energy or electricity to enjoy a good source of lighting. It requires no battery at all and has a dynamo crank that is ideal for use inside your tent. The lantern has lighting settings of “high” where 6 LED lamps are in use or “low” where 3-LEDS are in use. Charging the lantern for five to six hours will let you enjoy up to 60 minutes of light. The lamp is light enough to carry along on every adventure because it only weighs 10 ounces and stands 7 inches tall. You can use your carabineer or a string to hang the lantern in your tent. If you are looking for a compact, light, and eco-friendly lighting solution for your camping need, patio, hunting, and emergency need, the Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern is presumably the ideal lighting solution to have and to own. [Click here to purchase Soladyne Mini Solar Lantern]



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