Luci Lights by MPowerd Candle Lantern

Luci Lights by MPowerd Candle Lantern
Luci Lights by MPowerd Candle Lantern
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Candle Lantern by Luci Lights by MPowerd
Whether you are backpacking through wilderness or hosting a backyard gathering, Luci's Candle Lantern sets the mood with candle-lit ambiance. Made with a built-in solar panel, you never have to worry about batteries and cords, and with eight hours of sun exposure you receive 12 hours of burn time. The single amber-colored LED light has three modes of candle flicker, dim, and bright, and give an alternative to bright and abrasive lighting that is easy on your eyes and comfortable for surrounding insects and wildlife. The unique, inflatable design makes this collapsible and lightweight lantern great for backpacking and can easily be attached to the outside of your backpack for on-the-go charging.

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SKU: LCU0008
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