Barebones Beacon Light

Barebones Beacon Light
Barebones Beacon Light
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Beacon Light by Barebones
Your glamping tent is set up, cozy sleeping bags and pillows have been laid out just right, and you're ready to spend a blissfully relaxing evening under the stars. Illuminate the evening with the Barebones Beacon Light. With a range from one to 220 lumens, this light allows you to play a cutthroat game of Gin Rummy at full brightness for up to 3 hours, or relax and drink some vino with the light dimmed to low mode without having to worry about recharging for up to 200 hours. A sturdy base allows you to set it on flat surfaces, and the stamped seal carabiner top clips to the inside of your tent with ease. Once you're back in the great indoors, plug it in to the included 30in charging cord, and you'll be ready to shine on in 4-6 hours.

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SKU: BRB000C
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