Casagami - School

DIY solar toy

Casagami - School


Casagami is a small cardboard nightlight that runs on solar energy. An "edutainment" concept that gently talks about sustainable development... at a low price.
To assemble, to decorate, to experiment.
Discovery" prize at Maison et Objet


Solar energy / LED light / Recyclable and PEFC paper / Green printing / Solidarity / Delivered flat.


Each envelope contains a pre-cut cardboard house and an adhesive solar module.

The solar module consists of a light emitting diode (LED), an amorphous solar panel, a rechargeable battery LIR 2023, an ON/OFF switch.

  • mounted dimensions (unit): 85 x 65 x 65 mm
  • packaging dimensions (unit): 162 x 229 x 10 mm
  • weight: 55 g

ASSEMBLY (without glue)

- Detach the cardboard house from the base.
- Fold in all tabs and walls
- Glue the adhesive module under the roof.
- Attach the tabs to finish the house.


Place Casagami in the window during the day to recharge the house.
Turn on Casagami whenever you want.
5 hours of charging in the sun = 5 hours of LED light.
The "automatic switch-off" system: Casagami switches off automatically if the outside light exceeds 2000 Lux.


The packaging of the objects (an envelope) allows for simple, fast and low carbon shipping by post.

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