BioLite PowerLight Lantern

BioLite PowerLight Lantern
BioLite PowerLight Lantern
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PowerLight Lantern by BioLite
One of the most crucial devices to bring on your next camping trip, the BioLite PowerLight Lantern provides warm, powerful lighting and off-the-grid charging, all while fitting in the palm of your hand. The powerful 4,400 mAh Lithium-Ion battery recharges from any USB source and then shares power to any of your USB-chargeable gear. After charging your devices, use the powerful torch mode for 250 lumens of light to find your way through the woods or switch it to the warm, lantern setting with 200 lumens of light to play some cards with the group. The 360-degree S-hook lets you hang it where you please and angle it from any direction.

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SKU: BIO0005
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