Exclusive LuminAID coupon + win a “portable campfire” || Holiday Giveaway #2

For each of the next five days I will be raffling off an item featured in my holiday gift guide, which we broadcast via Facebook Live on Wednesday. Return back each day to enter to win.

Yesterday’s winner

Bill O., who was lucky #7, won a Coast HL27 Headlamp. Good luck today!

Today’s giveaway

First, I have an exclusive coupon for readers. Purchase directly from LuminAID and receive 10% off sitewide. Use the coupon SKURKA. It is valid only for the first 25 buyers.

You may recognize LuminAID from the show Shark Tank, which resulted in an investment from Mark Cuban. It’s primary purpose is humanitarian, supplying portable light to disaster-stricken areas like Nepal after major earthquakes last year.

The giveaway is a LuminAID PackLite 16 Light, which weighs 3.1 oz and is solar-charged. Among other uses, the PackLite 16 can substitute for a campfire in areas where fires are banned year-round or seasonally, because it generates nice ambiance that attracts a crowd. While it does not produce any heat (darn!), it’s at least portable, so this psuedo-campfire can be brought into a tent or placed on a picnic table for use as a lantern.

The LuminAid PackLite 16 does not produce any heat, but it's a reasonable (and legal) substitute for a campfire in areas where they are restricted year-round or seasonally. It also serves as a good lantern.

The LuminAid PackLite 16 does not produce any heat, but it’s a reasonable (and legal) substitute for a campfire in areas where they are restricted year-round or seasonally. It also serves as a good lantern.

The raffle for this item is closed. The winner was Jonathan Jay R.

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Posted in on December 9, 2016
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