LuminAID Packlite Spectra USB

LuminAID Packlite Spectra USB
LuminAID Packlite Spectra USB
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Packlite Spectra USB by LuminAID
Bringing multi-colored lighting to your outdoor adventures and backyard parties, the PackLite Spectra USB harnesses solar energy into a fun, color-lit cube that illuminates a relatively wide area. The built-in solar panel charges this cube-like lantern in as little as ten hours, even in cloudy conditions. For more rapid charging, the micro-USB input charges it in only two hours. LED charging indicators let you know of the lantern's available juice, so you're never left in the dark. This portable lantern blows up into a cube with a few breathes, giving it a three-dimensional shape that projects a powerful LED light. Seven different color modes offer a fun perspective to lighting up the night, with a multi-color fade bringing the center of attention to your campsite or backyard bash. There's also a white LED for more traditional lighting when you're shifting through your tent at night. And when it's time to pack up, simply deflate the entire thing before tossing it into your backpack or vehicle glove box.

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SKU: LMN0007
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